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Shanghaiist: Group blog about Shanghai and everything that happens in it.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Expat Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

河國榮, An Aussie in Hong Kong: The thoughts and activities of an Australian working as an actor and performer in Hong Kong.
(Greater China » Hong Kong)

The View from Taiwan : An American university professor comments on life in Taiwan.
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taichung)

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

Social Branding: Observations focused on corporate identity and e-branding, innovation, knowledge management, people and business in China.
(Greater China » Mainland China » Fujian » Fuzhou)

blink. blink. : Expat experiences.
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

I am the Manchurian Candidate: Living, teaching, surviving, and lost in China.
Categories: Diary, Expat Life, Teacher Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Liaoning » Jinzhou)

Mister Bijou: Life as seen from a little island in the South China Sea.
(Greater China » Hong Kong)

Shutting from the Sky : Journal of a crazy 19-year-old Chinese girl who spent half of her life in Tianjin, China, and other half in the USA.
(Greater China » Mainland China » Tianjin)

Bring on the Night : Going from Denmark to China for the first time ever, and the time after.
(Greater China » Mainland China » Guangdong » Shenzhen)

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