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Nanjing'ed: Life and times in the Southern Capital. Blog about life in Nanjing by a young American professional in Nanjing.
Categories: Expat Life, Food, Technology
(Greater China » Mainland China » Jiangsu » Nanjing)

Natalie Behring Photography: Documentray photography featuring Chinese news, society, and portraits.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Photography
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

Notes of a former native speaker: Comments about life in Taiwan, rhetoric, and other odds and ends.
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taichung)

Old Tales Retold : A blog exploring the possibilities for solidarity between the citizens of the United States and China, focusing on labor issues and "basic-level" governance. History is used here as a guide, but also as a puzzle. The name "Old Tales Retold" comes from a Lu Xun short story collection.
Categories: Current Events, Politics
(Outside China » United States of America » New York » New York City)

Oleg Novikov Photography: I love Far East. Though a Russian national, I have lived, studied, worked and traveled in Mainland China for over ten years. As of now, most of the photographs on this Web site were taken here.
Categories: Photography
(Greater China » Mainland China)

On the Fringe: An American expat living in Linyi, China (Formerly of Shijiazhuang) blogging about daily expat life, international affairs of interest & her work at an aviation academy.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Expat Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shandong » Linyi)

onemanbandwidth: Humor, Editorials, Musings about teaching and touring the Middle Kingdom.
Categories: Current Events
(Greater China » Mainland China » Guangdong » Guangzhou)

OnHongKongIsle: An early blog-attempt by former Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SHUFE) foreign teacher and present English MA and Chinese Language Certification student at the University of Hong Kong (HKU).
Categories: Student Life, Teacher Life
(Greater China » Hong Kong)

Other Means: Change, the New Order and Capitalism with a Chinese Face - part of a weblog on global affairs by a student of international relations formerly based in Shanghai.
Categories: Current Events, Politics
(Outside China » Netherlands » Amsterdam)


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