Just talking with a graduate of Keene State College today who had participated in our Peer Mentoring Program. He's thinking of moving to China to teach english and I shared my views on Asperger folks moving overseas...nearly all have had positive experiences! And I'm wondering why that is so...it seems that many folks overseas are tolerant of more "quirky" types of folks...perhaps chalking up their differences to cultural rather than more "personal" differences. Put simply, many of my Asperger college students or grads have felt welcomed in their host countries. I've recently heard that about students visiting New York City as well, where I was visiting myself this past week: Of course New York is such a diverse place...just walking down Broadway in lower Manhattan you can hear scores of languages within minutes. I often encourage my recent grads with AS to consider moving there: no need to drive, lots of diversity, lots of folks who might share one's special interests...Heaven!