Professor Koseki Sils immigrated to the United States from Singapore in 1968. With his wife and children he decided to learn about his new country first hand. Everywhere he went he took notes of the places he saw and the people he met.
Professor Koseki Sils passed away in 1998 and with his passing his deep understanding of the anthropological and modern sociological make up the United States seemingly passed away as well. That is until his children found a trunk in their father’s attic in 2008 containing volumes of unedited notes on his experiences around the United States of America. In the spirit of their father the Sils children decided create a modern 21st century living index made up of various important information that details the ebb and flow of life across America.
The Sils Index is comprehensive and constantly growing. Take a look at the index now.