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About the Authors Jennifer Eveland (Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore) was a child when she and her family first moved to Singapore, and after returning to the United States, she was drawn again and again to the magic of Singapore, East Asia, and Southeast Asia. She is the author of Frommer's Singapore & Malaysia and Frommer's Thailand, 4 th Edition (available February 2000), and currently lives in Bangkok, Thailand. Michelle Fama (The Philippines) lived and traveled throughout East Africa, Egypt, and South America before coming aboard as the author of the Philippines chapter in this guide. She has been a producer at abcnews.com in New York and is currently a writer/producer for gorp.com, one of the leading outdoor recreation/adventure travel sites on the Web. Mary Herczog (Bali and Lombok) lives in Los Angeles and works in the film industry when she isn't traveling and writing for Frommer's. Her other books include Frommer's Las Vegas, Frommer's New Orleans, and contributions to Frommer's Los Angeles. She hopes this list will soon include more exotic foreign destinations, though Bali—where she spent lots of time in the temples and so felt only marginally guilty when she did goof off on a beach—was a pretty good start. Stacy Lu (Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia) loves writing as a career, in part because it justifies her travel addiction: In 1998 she visited eleven countries, using the Netherlands and China as home bases. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Forbes Digital, and Travel Holiday. She lives, for now, in Tarrytown, New York, and is a producer at abcnews.com. Beth Reiber (Hong Kong) worked for several years in Germany as a freelance travel writer for major U.S. newspapers and in Tokyo as the editor of Far East Traveler. Now a freelancer again and residing in Lawrence, Kansas, with her husband and two young children, she is the author of Frommer's Hong Kong, Frommer's Japan, and Frommer's Tokyo, and is a contributor to Frommer's Europe from $50 a Day. Jonathan Siskin (intro and planning chapters) is a peripatetic writer/broadcaster whose travels have taken him to more than 100 countries on all seven continents. His articles on leisure and business travel have appeared in newspapers and magazines from coast to coast and his radio reports have been heard worldwide over the Armed Forces Radio Network. While spending a year living in Australia, he took his first trip to Southeast Asia and continues to return to this incomparable part of the world as often as he can.
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