Shopping is a pastime enjoyed by many of China’s foreign residents. Clothing, electronics, assorted kitsch items: It’s all affordable.
If you’re from a large city you can appreciate what Sanmenkou Island in Shenzhen has to offer. Few cars, few people: It’s peaceful, quiet, and serene.
It’s easy to forget that Shenzhen is more than just concrete. It’s a sprawling city, the east on the South China Sea.
The start of things always sets me back: It use to be the start of a school year or term. So much to do, so little time. Now it’s a “real” job.
Would does snake taste like? Chicken? Frog, another legendary chicken-flavored meat, does taste somewhat like chicken, I have discovered.
With the Japanese at the Changsha city gates, Chiang Kai-shek decided something needed to be done. The Generalissimo decided to burn the entire city.
October 3, 2009 means three things, a strange convergence of lives, the lunar calendar, and past events.
Asians around the world are preparing to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival aka the Moon Festival by eating moon cakes.
China will celebrate National Day, or Guoqingjie, October 1. China turns 60.
There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.