I thought I could escape my Chinese ESL students. I was wrong. Teaching English in China is sometimes difficult. I left, bound for home…
Shenzhen China: Dawn thru the trees.
One hundred and ninety-two hours. Or 11520 seconds. Or eight days. That is how long before my next weekend off in China.
After two years in China I am sick of small things. I won’t lie; I miss giant, North American-sized appliances.
A multi-colored sunrise in Shenzhen, China, a great place to travel.
Why, I ask myself, Why in China?! I blame the Americans and their marching band madness for this young lad’s ridiculous get up.
A rare glimpse of a blue sky in Shenzhen, China
The Metropolitan Hotel on Nathan Road, Hong Kong. There is more to Hong Kong than meets the eye. The new, the old, and things beyond their heyday.
Teach English in China: Everyone wants to be a big rockstar, one time or other
An introduction, the first post of Asian Ramblings.com