With more than a decade in the media and 5+ years in ESL education, Harry Hodge's career has taken some twists and turns in locations around the world. From teaching English to S. Korean elementary students to pulling rickshaws in Canada to playing a Spanish colonel on Vietnamese TV, the term "I'll try anything once" has never been more appropriate.
A journalism graduate from Concordia University in Montreal, Harry has worked for publications across Canada and Asia. These include Canada's Metro Edmonton, 24 Hours Toronto, the Timmins Daily Press, the Sherbrooke Record and more. In Asia he has appeared in 21st Century (Beijing) as well as the Korea Herald and the Saigon Times. He currently writes sports for the Word Vietnam monthly and Saigoneer.com.
Books by Harry Hodge
by Harry Hodge
A focus on odd experiences during work or travels when it really seemed to someone (the author or others) that whatever was happening was the most logical course of action. When you are in the moment, "logic" becomes fluid. If someone had told me before moving to Seoul or Ho Chi Minh City or some of these other places that all these strange things would happen, I'd laugh it off and say "you're outta your mind!"