Salina Khan-Fuchigami was born in the bustling, cosmopolitan cityscape of British-colonial Hong Kong to a Japanese mother and a Pakistani father. Today she lives on a remote island in Southern Japan, where she is a writer and permaculturist. By creating an off-the-grid sanctuary-home and food forest with her husband and their son, she practices being the change she wishes to see in the world. Salina has been practicing meditation and mindfulness in the Plum Village tradition for over fifteen years. For a glimpse into her life, visit Instagram @salinakfuchigami.