For the MediaPosted on May 12, 2013
Newspaper articles, and printed publications about Dave’s adventures.
- The World’s Most Dangerous Road, by David E.X.N. Nghiem published in Go World Travel, and The Philadelphia Inquirer
- The Honduran Champ in a Mudhut, by David E.X.N. Nghiem published in Go World Travel, and Bicycle Culture Magazine.
- Article about David Nghiem in Nguoi Viet Newspaper, the country’s largest Vietnamese/English language newspaper
- An article about David Nghiem and his adventures in O’Diario, Maringa, Brazil. Portugese language.
- 3,700 Miles, 330 Days, 100 Pounds of Gear.Article about my 3768 mile adventure through South America, printed in BU Alumni magazine
- Expedition Cycling: A How To Primer. An article I wrote about the nuts and bolts (literally!) of equipping for riding in the hinterlands.
Radio Show interviews that I’ve done.
- Cash Flow Radio Show with James Martinez, Los Angeles. One of the many radio show interviews where I was a guest speaking about my adventures.
- Chit Chat Radio Show Interview, 2nd half, 12/27/2010
- Chit Chat Radio Show Interview, 2nd half with a lot more in depth interviews about my crazy animal adventures. 09/08/2011
- Living Through Financial Collapse: David Nghiem on The Robert Wenzel Show A great interview with Libertarian blogger and radio show host, Robert Wenzel about my observations of the Argentine economic crisis, and how it relates to current events in 2013 with Cyprus’s bank desposit confiscation. Don’t miss this one!
I was interviewed on the Bolivian talk show, “Que no me pierdes con John Arrandia.” Don’t Lose Me with John Arrandia. I talk about adventuring on the bicycle, and my motivation for doing it. The program is a cross between Jay Leno and 60 Minutes in Bolivia. It’s in Spanish.
The show was rebroadcast all through Latin America, and I met random people from all over, Colombians, Dominicans due to that show.
Interviewed on the world’s third largest television network, TV Globo, in Matto Grosso do Sul, Brazil, later rebroadcast throughout Brazil.
Interviewed on Programa Credencial with Jany Lima, Maringa, Brazil.