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Sam's Notes : Remarks about perceptions and portrayals of China
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Media & Advertising
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

Mei Guan Xi : business/consumer/other interesting observations and comparisons/contrasts from the perspective of a taiwanese american engineer/mba
Categories: Business, Chinese View, Culture
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

Eric @ SinoPenn: Life, liberty & the pursuit of cheap booze in Shanghai
Categories: Culture, Expat Life, Travelogue
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

West Peavine : Mostly about Shanghai
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

The Crash Test Dummy: Shanghai by the seat of your pants. The Crash Test Dummy video blogs from his bicycle during his commute to work in Shanghai.
Categories: Chinese View
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

John's Wandering Thoughts : A travel blog written by an American expat in China. Mostly written with China in mind, but does venture into other parts of the world to mix it up a bit.
Categories: Culture, Expat Life, Travelogue
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

Shopgirl's Shanghai: A young woman enjoying the glamourous life in Shanghai, personal thoughts, culture differences, hilarious stories, pictures.
Categories: Diary, Expat Life, Student Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

Laowai in Shanghai : I just turned 30 and decided it was time to document my life events. Currently I am a laowai teaching English in Shanghai. I am here with my husband and 5 year old son.
Categories: Diary, Teacher Life, Travelogue
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)


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