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The Newmans: Andrew and Gail's China Adventure
Categories: Culture, Diary, Expat Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Guangdong » Shenzhen)

The Opposite End of China: See the China you don\'t know! An American doing business in Xinjiang keeps tabs on regional news and shares stories of life and travel in the Northwest. Lots of photos and videos.
Categories: Current Events, Photography, Travelogue
(Greater China » Mainland China » Xinjiang » Korla)

The Other Side: An American college student studying Mandarin in Liaocheng city, where Westerners are still treated like B-list celebrities and/or martians. Musings on life at Chinese University, eating food that make my friends back home scream, and deciphering the complex social traditions of mianzi and guanxi.
Categories: Culture, Diary, Student Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shandong)

The Rice Wine Diaries: I am a writer living in Cincinnati.
Categories: Chinese View, Diary
(Greater China)

The Seagull : Opinions and news from a government IT contractor's point of view.
Categories: Chinese View, Current Events, Technology
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

The Shaky Kaiser: British expat's experiences.
Categories: Diary, Expat Life
(Greater China » Hong Kong)

The Smog Blog: Blog about China by a Beijing-based British crime writer
Categories: Current Events, Expat Life, Politics
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)


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