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Tsingtao Nights : WWII, Tsingtao, exploring Qingdao on the cheap.
Categories: Travelogue
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shandong » Qingdao)

Ugly Expat: American TEFL/musician experiences.
(Greater China » Taiwan » Hsinchu)

Ukjoe.com: A Chinese girl's experiences.
(Greater China » Hong Kong)

Under The Bridge: What a professional blogger does after work, focusing mainly on Guangzhou, with the occasional twist.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Politics
(Greater China » Mainland China » Guangdong » Guangzhou)

Under the Jacaranda Tree : Under the Jacaranda Tree is a public forum for discussions about the internal conditions of the People’s Republic of China and their effects upon the international community and the Earth
Categories: Business, Current Events, Politics
(Outside China » Australia » Perth)

Unfocused and Irregular: An unfocused and irregularly updated blog about China.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Politics
(Greater China » Mainland China » Guangdong » Guangzhou)

United Bingdom : Expat experiences.
Categories: Diary
(Greater China » Hong Kong)

Virtual China: Virtual China is an exploration of virtual experiences and environments in and about China.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Technology
(Outside China » United States of America)

Waiguoren Critic of South China : The adventures of a foreigner stuck in South China.
Categories: Diary, Photography, Travelogue
(Greater China » Mainland China » Guangdong » Shenzhen)


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