Armchair travel education in U.S. immigration

A museum in Brooklyn Square in Vanse, Norway, offers a unique experience MONA ANITA K. OLSEN University of Stavanger I once had the opportunity to visit Santorini, Greece, after exploring Athens with a dear friend from Randolph Middle School (RMS), Elizabeth Claps, or simply Liz. I was reminded of this memory recently when visiting a new museum that opened in Brooklyn Square as part of Trunken AS, a local department store in Vanse, Norway, specializing in American products. Liz was assigned to me as my Smile Partner at RMS when I was a recent addition to the school in the sixth grade. My family had just moved from Tokyo to Randolph, N.J., because of my father’s job in
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Mona Anita K. Olsen

Mona Anita K. Olsen is the founder of Innovation Barn AS in Borhaug, Norway, currently bringing Flow to Flow(ers) at Route 8 Flow in Farsund. She holds an academic appointment for teaching and research as an Associate Professor (Førsteamanuensis) at the University of Southeastern Norway (USN) in the School of Business in the Department of Business and IT.

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