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The Yan Xishan Blog : Notes from China's most promising warlord. Covers a wide range of topics: history, culture, militarism, and hot pot.
Categories: Chinese View, Culture, Politics
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanxi » Taiyuan)

Thinkweird's Blog: A native Chinese writes about China!
Categories: Chinese View, Culture, Language
(Outside China » United States of America)

This is Beijing: The events related to beijing and its people
Categories: Chinese View, Culture, Photography
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

This Ridiculous World: We are two twenty-something expats adventuring under the guise of teaching English. We have recently left Yichang, which has been our home for the last year (a small city along the Yangtze). Now we are traveling until late August. We'll do our best to get something posted every day but sometimes it's difficult to find an internet connection. In September we'll be moving to Nanjing. Everything on this blog is written or captured by us unless otherwise mentioned. Thanks for reading - Enjoy and leave a comment!
Categories: Chinese View, Expat Life
(Greater China)

Thor's New China Diary: Occasional essays on the passing scene, Chinaside.
Categories: Chinese View, Language, Teacher Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Henan » Zhengzhou)

Thoughts about Italy, China and the occasional headlines: China and Italy seen by an Italian man in Beijing.
Categories: Chinese View, Culture, Diary
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

Tianjin Blogs: A group of blogs written by people in Tianjin, China.
Categories: Chinese View, Culture
(Greater China » Mainland China » Tianjin)


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