• 出版日期:2014/05/08
  • 語言:英文
  • 字數: 93,885


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【X SERIES】This is a young man's journey to rediscover himself and purpose in life. A story of pan-Asia travels and experiences. Beyond programmed lifestyles and ladder-less careers, the world became an enduring challenge.


【X SERIES Official Release on 05.08☆゙】
This is not merely a chance encounter, it's an opportunity to collaborate. Six heart-warming stories from Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, America and Cambodia to demonstrate the power of X Synergy!


"Satellite Life" is an insightful account by an American man seeing new horizons after September 11th.  The author offers glimpses into many of his intimate and funny adventures.  Worthwhile read - and readers may well want to set out to have their own unexpected adventures!

After reading the book, I couldn't help but notice the similarities I faced when embarking on my own journey, albeit one in business where I had to quickly find myself and my purpose.  And yet, the journey isn't over--Chris's memoir reminds us that there is nothing to fear, and much much more to see in life.
—Jonathan Wang@San Jose, CA—

If you don’t have patient, you can’t read it. How much attention you pay, how much wisdom and experience you gain. You will never forget this meaningful journey with Chris.

"Satellite Life"

Satellite Life chronicles the reality of a young man’s pan-Asian journey to rediscover purpose. Struggling to encounter the world beyond programmed lifestyles and ladderless careers, he finds solace in the saunas of South Korea, destitution in Japan, hope in the face of a Vietnamese dissident, and solidity in Taiwan. Chris Tobias thoughtfully examines the events that sent him packing and the compounding challenges greeting his exodus from the United States. Readers are bootstrapped along for the penetrating journey through countries and soul fabric alike, meeting characters of all backgrounds, costly mishaps, unlikely romance, and the brilliant revolution of a young person’s life. A compelling effort, it dares anyone reading to unvicariously reenter their life and the surrounding world, leading the way by example.

About the Author

Chris Tobias

Following school and early work experiences in Chicago, Chris decided there was more to life than the usual grind and set out to broaden his horizons.  He downsized his belongings, collected his senses, and vowed to live life on more creative terms.  Having traveled to 28 countries and counting, he has lived in four unique cultures across Asia Pacific region which he now calls home.

Presently he works in the environmental sector, helping to champion good causes and raise awareness of green issues working in public, non-profit, and educational institutions.

Satellite Life is his first book, and his other written work has been extensively published on a variety of blogs, magazines, and even carried in mainstream and trade media.  Like-minded worldly people are encouraged to connect with him via social media and his website: