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China Herald: Daily updates of the news in China, from the perspective of a Dutch journalist.
Categories: Current Events, Media & Advertising, Technology
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

Angry Chinese Blogger : A foreigner's political perspectives.
Categories: Culture, Current Events, Politics
(Greater China » Mainland China)

Yogayuga : A girl from Hong Kong writes about experiences living in different places.
Categories: Diary, Photography
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

Laowiseass : An American foreign correspondent writes true stories of petty corruption, unholy relationships and struggles with being Chinese in an international world.
Categories: Current Events, Photography, Politics
(Greater China » Mainland China » Beijing)

The Taipei Kid: An American's commentary on society and politics in Taiwan.
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

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

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

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

ahdont: Tales of an expat living who spends most of his time climbing.
Categories: Diary, Expat Life
(Greater China » Hong Kong)

See Lai : Quirky ex-American blogs about expat life and posts nude photos.
Categories: Expat Life, Photography
(Greater China » Hong Kong)


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