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James Huang - Far far away from Scouseland: I was born to Chinese parents in Liverpool. I grew up being confused about whether I was British or Chinese. I chose the former. Then I decided to live in China and become an English teacher and Mandarin student. I teach professional and learn erratically. This blog is about sharing my feelings and observations about my life in China and the impact of today’s socio-economic situation on left-handed chartered surveyors.
Categories: Chinese View, Diary
(Outside China » United Kingdom)

Abroadsided: Coping with Culture Shock: Observations from a first-time traveler to Asia on living in Beijing.
Categories: Culture, Photography, Student Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

Lost Laowai: The Lost Laowai blog is an extention of both the Lost Laowai site and the Hao Hao Report - two Web sites that work in complementary ways to inform about China.
Categories: Culture, Expat Life, Student Life
(Greater China)

Chinese Blog: Chinese Language and Culture: An American in Beijing writes about Chinese language learning and culture. Includes in-line vocabulary flashcards with native speaker sounds.
Categories: Culture, Expat Life, Language
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

China Videos: Collections of online videos about China
Categories: Culture, Food
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

chinaONEblog - News & Views: Business blog of chinaONEcall - the interpreter in your pocket. Includes news about the service and interesting snippets of information about business, travel and life in China.
Categories: Business, Culture, Language

Better Fiction: Rants on Writing: Writer Wade Ogletree as on vacation in China when the earthquake struck. Now back in the States, he posts his China journal here.
Categories: Travelogue
(Greater China)

Blue China: I have started a new blog called Blue China: www.mybluechinablog.com. In these pages I paint a picture of the China that I have come to see over the years. It is a picture that is shaped mostly by my experiences with the everyday people of China rather than experiences in big business or the formal study of Chinese culture or history. It is also different in that it is by and large hopeful and positive. I hope that my blog has broad appeal. What you might get out of it depends on your starting point: • For those of you who have never been to China, perhaps you simply want to know more; or, perhaps you worry about China’s growth – its pollution, its consumption of resources, the politics – please join my journey of discovery of the human face of China as it has and continues to reveal itself to me. • For those of you who live and work in China, I hope to bring to you two pieces of optics – one is a mirror in which you sometimes will see reflected what you too have experienced; the other is a prism through which you will on occasion get a different perspective. • And for old China hands? Well, please give an optimist a chance… If you like what you read, please subscribe to Blue China (at the top right of the blog home page) so you can be alerted when I have a new story to tell or a thought to share (on average, once a week or so). If you have a thought, have a question, agree or disagree, or come across an interesting article, please drop me a note or post your comment on the blog. Lastly, please also pass my blog to any of your friends who might have an interest. Peter
Categories: Chinese View, Culture, Travelogue


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