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The Mao Mix: Views on China from Canadian-born Chinese guy working there.
Categories: Current Events, Diary, Expat Life

The Newmans: Andrew and Gail's China Adventure
Categories: Culture, Diary, Expat Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Guangdong » Shenzhen)

The Other Side: An American college student studying Mandarin in Liaocheng city, where Westerners are still treated like B-list celebrities and/or martians. Musings on life at Chinese University, eating food that make my friends back home scream, and deciphering the complex social traditions of mianzi and guanxi.
Categories: Culture, Diary, Student Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shandong)

The Rice Wine Diaries: I am a writer living in Cincinnati.
Categories: Chinese View, Diary
(Greater China)

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

The Wandering Monkey : An account of the trials and tribulations of getting a swing dance society built inside Shanghai, China.
Categories: Business, Culture, Diary
(Greater China » Mainland China » Shanghai)

The Wanderings and Musings of Jess and Phill: Blog describing the travels and adventures of two recent college graduates who are teaching English at a a private college in Gongyi, Henan Province
Categories: Culture, Diary, Teacher Life
(Greater China » Mainland China » Henan)

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)

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


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