04.05.2018 — 1703 views
I loved my Chinese students and bragged about them every chance I got. I was privileged for the opportunity to teach and get to know them, and I have no doubt they are going to make the world a better place.
When we discard stereotypes we start to see real people. And it always turns out that on the inside, they’re a lot like us.
15.03.2018 — 1845 views
Every visitor to China forms their own unique opinion, and foreign-born residents tend to fancy themselves “China experts” within the space of a couple of months or so. As they ...
25.02.2018 — 3739 views
After a glance at Beijing’s skyline today, it would be hard to imagine its appearance in the 1970s, when the Beijing Hotel was the tallest building in downtown Beijing.
24.01.2018 — 2574 views
A splendid history, charming landscapes and unique tea culture make a visit to the Wuyi Mountains highly recommended. I have visited the mountain range several times. Each visit...
29.12.2017 — 3171 views
08.11.2017 — 2321 views
I have visited Guangxi twice. People say the first trip is unique. However, that wasn’t my experience. The second time around, I still couldn’t believe what I saw.
I have a hutong crush. A hutong area is a city inside a city, a community secluded from the rest of the capital yet right in the center of it.
23.10.2017 — 2899 views
Shangri-la, the inspiration for the hidden land described by James Hilton in his novel Lost Horizon, overwhelmed us with its Tibetan Buddhist monastery and beautiful scenery. We...
19.09.2017 — 2820 views
Located in the northeastern part of Beijing and a conveniently short walk from Wangjing South Bus Station, the 798 Art District has been one of my favorite spots since I arrived...
16.08.2017 — 172737 views
We left Yuanyang and headed for Dali and Tiger Leaping Gorge. Of all the pictures we attempted to take, there was not even one that showed the true magnificence of what we saw.
16.07.2017 — 2199 views
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