Ron Gluckman is an American journalist who has been roaming widely around Asia since 1991. After working for a decade at daily newspapers in the USA, (San Francisco, Sacramento, Ukiah and northern California, and Alaska) Ron spent most of the 1990s in Hong Kong, roaming around Asia for various international publications.
He focused more on China and North Asia while based in Beijing from 2000-2004. He next moved to Bangkok, and from mid-2005 until mid-2009, divided his time between Thailand and Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He was based in Beijing from mid-2009 until the beginning of 2013.
Since 2013, he has been based in Bangkok, but continues to cover the wide stretch of Asia.
Gluckman.com is currently in the midst of a long-overdue revamp. New stories are in section “Latest Stories” in the menu to the upper right, or click http://www.gluckman.com/latest-stories/.
You can see over 25 years of my coverage across Asia-Pacific at www.gluckman.com/index.htm
Articles on this site appeared in varying form (generally with better photos; except as noted, these are Ron’s snaps) in such periodicals as Time, Forbes, Fortune, CNN Traveler, Travel + Leisure, Newsweek, Discovery, Departures, Town and Country, Conde Nast Traveler, Business Traveller, Popular Science, Geo, Geographical, Monocle, Seed, Foreign Policy, the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, Sydney Morning Herald, South China Morning Post, Toronto Globe and Mail, USA Today, Dwell, Tokyo Journal, Los Angeles Weekly, Mother Jones, Dwell, Far Eastern Economic Review, Asiaweek, Asia Magazine, Asia, Inc., Winds, Business Traveller, Budget Travel, Power, Winds, Prestige, Scanorama, Destinasian, Going Places, Good Weekend, Mode, Morning Calm, MSNBC, Volvo, Lexus, Cadillac, Sawasdee, Silk Road, Gulf Air, Four Seasons, Urban Land Institute, Centurion, Closer, Expression, Hotelier International and many others. So many RIP. Sad.
Thanks to all the editors and readers, the photographers, sources, and helpers, translators, fixers. Thanks for the explanations, the hospitality and support. It’s been a great, long, wonderful ride!
And it just keeps going…