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Q&A with George Clipp: Finding ‘A Mongolian Couch’

Life is filled with adventures and not always close to home. One way to get really acquainted and learn firsthand with those living far away is by couch surfing. Couch surfers rely on an international non-profit network connecting travelers with local residents willing to open their homes and make cross-cultural connections. Couch surfing has 9 million participants around the world, with the largest number from the United States. Germany, France, Australia and China are also among the top...

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