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力马克 - 美国朋友的中文网站: 美国人用中文写他在中国和新加坡的经验。马克是美国人, 学了五年的中文。 他以前在北京上大学。 马克的网站有照片,视频等等。 因为他的名字是mark powers,所有用力马克这个中文名字。
(Greater China » Mainland China)

pu chi: Random updates from my life in China.
Categories: Expat Life, Photography, Student Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Fujian » Xiamen)

Shanghai Expat Life: Blog of an Chinese Australian lady who moved from Sydney to Shanghai in mid 2007. This blog contains my thoughts about life in Shanghai and also other random ramblings on topics such as news, entertainment, shopping, fashion, books, language learning and travel.
Categories: Diary, Expat Life, Photography
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

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

I Only Like China: A British research student at Fudan University/intern at the Shanghai Daily's blog about life, university and the media in China.
Categories: Current Events, Media & Advertising, Student Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

Szechuan Vultures: Szechuan Vultures is a photo-blog that compiles Jarrod Curry\'s adventures, misadventures, commentaries, and observations as an American living in China.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Photography
(Greater China » Mainland China » Liaoning » Shenyang)

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

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