The WSJ's Road Warrior column is hit or miss, but this edition shares some down to earth advice from someone who's often in the air.
Jiun Ho, a San Francisco-based interior designer, has traveled to almost 100 countries, so it’s no surprise that he draws inspiration from travel in his work. The 39-year-old Kuala Lumpur native often sources arts, objects and antiques from his frequent trips, including three giant skulls during his last visit to Paris.
He spoke to the Journal about picking the right plane seat, wearing kung fu pants in-flight and the trick to overcoming jet lag (hint: deny it exists).
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