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作者Matt Oakley（马特·奥克利） 著
Increased coverage of sustainable travel options throughout the guide. Resident author has spent the last three years living, working and breathing Singapore. Extensive coverage of this ever-changing, vibrant city.
Joshua Samuel Brown AKA "Josambro" is an American travel writer who lives and works in Asia. Since 2006, he has written primarily for Lonely Planet, co-authoring four guidebooks to date for the company, including Taiwan (seventh edition), Belize (third edition)and Singapore City Guide (eighth edition), Greater Mekong (second edition).
His non guidebook work has appeared all over the world in a variety of publications. Josambro's first column, "Politics and Other Dirty Words," ran originally in the Colorado Daily before moving to the Rocky Mountain Bullhorn, where it ran semi-regularly until the weekly closed down suddenly. He also wrote regular articles for the Bullhorn, and was employed there for several months during an unplanned sojourn in the United States following the SARS epidemic of 2003.
His most widely reprinted article to date is 2000's "Confessions of a Sweatshop Inspector" (also published as "Memoirs of a Dog Meat Man"), an expose of the "independent" sweatshop monitoring business stemming from a stint working with California Safety Compliance. In the article, Josambro writes about the futility of sweatshop monitoring, summarizing the industry with the Chinese idiom "guà yángtóu mài gǒuròu", or "hang a sheep's head, sell dog meat".
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