Category Archives: Tourism

Lei Feng Day, Phase II – Three Pagodas

…cont’d from┬áLei Feng Day, Phase I Part of the Lei Feng spirit is giving people the benefit of the doubt, and every day I pass the Shoe Men at the intersection of Fuxing Lu and Foreigner Street, and wave off

Lei Feng Day, Phase II – Three Pagodas

…cont’d from┬áLei Feng Day, Phase I Part of the Lei Feng spirit is giving people the benefit of the doubt, and every day I pass the Shoe Men at the intersection of Fuxing Lu and Foreigner Street, and wave off

The Game

No, not that game. (But “Go Lions!” Wait, they didn’t make it, again? Damn. I’m a little behind the times here in China, if you couldn’t tell.) Back home there’s a radio talk show host my father listens to called

The Game

No, not that game. (But “Go Lions!” Wait, they didn’t make it, again? Damn. I’m a little behind the times here in China, if you couldn’t tell.) Back home there’s a radio talk show host my father listens to called

5 Tips for Eating in China

1. If it looks like an Oreo, but is not an Oreo, don’t eat it. It could be labeled something like Orea or Ordeo and be in identical packaging so you have to look carefully. Don’t eat it. Not that

5 Tips for Eating in China

1. If it looks like an Oreo, but is not an Oreo, don’t eat it. It could be labeled something like Orea or Ordeo and be in identical packaging so you have to look carefully. Don’t eat it. Not that

Splendacious [your country here]

One of the best parts of the expat experience is watching these “country” commercials on BBC World, Asia. Each country has its own advertisement campaign, urging people not just to visit, but to invest in their economy. “With a GDP

Splendacious [your country here]

One of the best parts of the expat experience is watching these “country” commercials on BBC World, Asia. Each country has its own advertisement campaign, urging people not just to visit, but to invest in their economy. “With a GDP