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» Urumqi Train Travel 2018 Guide 乌鲁木齐站
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» How I Maintain a Facebook Page in China
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» A Visit to Xinjiang’s Kanas Lake and Keketuohai
07/08/18 13:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
Are you planning to visit Kanas Lake or Keketuohai Park in northern Xinjiang? If so, you’ll want to check out the photos, tips and advice from traveler Chris Milton, a Scot who has been livin...

» How to Use the Adverb 究竟?
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» The BEST VPN for China: Our Top 3 Choices (Aug 2018)
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After hours of extensive testing here in China, we’ve updated our Best China VPN guide to help you unblock the web and access Facebook, Google, Youtube, Instagram, Whatsapp, and others. If yo...

» Dim Sum
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» Best VPNs for China in 2018 (that still work despite the ban)
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Update August 2018: As many of you know, China has already cracked down on VPNs in 2017 after doing so multiple times over the past couple years. Not only that, but the Chinese government has been ...

» The Unbearable Lightness of Beijing: July 2018
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» Exploring South China – Fujian
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» How I Use Gmail in China (despite it being blocked)
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How do I use Gmail in China? If you’re like me, you use Gmail or the Google Apps suite for business. I love everything about using Gmail except for one thing: all Google apps are blocked in C...

» Xinjiang Cuisine: 5 Must-Eat Foods (& How to Order Them)
23/07/18 13:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
When it comes to traveling the Silk Road, the Xinjiang cuisine is not to be missed. Here are 5 "must-eat" foods and how to order them both in Mandarin and in Uyghur! The post Xinjiang Cuisine: 5 Mu...

» Visiting the Mutianyu Great Wall
18/07/18 13:00 from Chinese Blog
Pretty much everyone who comes to China hopes to see the Great Wall on their trip. Chairman Mao himself once famously said “You aren’t a real man until you’ve climbed the Great Wall” (不到长城非好汉 – bù ...

» Smoking in China
16/07/18 14:09 from Chinese Blog
China is the largest tobacco (烟草yāncǎo) producer country in the world. Many countries around the world cultivate tobacco, but China exceeds them all: around a quarter of the tobacco fields of the w...

» Traveling China’s Karakoram Highway | Traveler’s Guide
16/07/18 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
If you are traveling to Kashgar in China’s Xinjiang region, the Karakoram Highway is a must-see destination! Often regarded as the “Eight Wonder of the World”, this long stretch o...

» Wucaitan: Xinjiang’s Five-Colored Hills | Traveler’s Guide
09/07/18 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
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» Some Pieces for The China Channel
05/07/18 15:00 from The Useless Tree
While this blog has been dark for a few months, I've been writing some stuff for The China Channel, a rather new endeavor sponsored by the LA Review of Books. I'm going to leave the links here, sin...

» Kashgar’s Iconic Id Kah Mosque | Complete Traveler’s Guide
02/07/18 13:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
Few experiences compare to visiting Kashgar's Id Kah Mosque during Eid ul-Fitr, the day that most Uyghurs break the month-long Ramadan fast. Check out the video! The post Kashgar’s Iconic Id ...

» Buddhist Stupas in Xinjiang | “A Tale of Two Towers”
29/06/18 13:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
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» Podcast #28: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Chengdu
17/05/18 04:58 from Chengdu Living
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» Comfort in Anxiety: Embracing Uncertainty with Artist Jordan Xiang
14/05/18 11:44 from Chengdu Living
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» Tell Me All About Your Bookshelves (Past and Present)
12/04/18 04:15 from A Totally Impractical Guide to Living in Shanghai
  Ten years ago, approximately, I left Istanbul, and along with a city that I loved/loathed, I also left behind a lot of books. By this, I want to absolutely […]

» Damn, That Shit’s Elusive: The Happiness Project Revisited (Plus Books! I have books!)
04/04/18 05:42 from A Totally Impractical Guide to Living in Shanghai
About a year ago, probably longer, I announced that I would be revisiting the 100 Happy Days challenge. You know the one- you post every day for 100 days something […]

» The Best Mandarin Chinese Learning Apps that Really Work!
13/03/18 16:21 from chinaSMACK
Learning Chinese has never been more convenient now that everyone carries a smartphone in their pocket. There are a number of Mandarin Chinese learning apps for iPhone and Android out on the market...

» Podcast #27: One Month in Chinese Jail
04/02/18 16:00 from Chengdu Living
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by Doug, who just emerged from nearly one month in a Chinese jail due to a visa law violation. The post Podcast #27: One Month in Chinese Jail appeared fir...

» Podcast #26: Mastering Chinese
22/01/18 12:19 from Chengdu Living
In this episode of the podcast I have a conversation with Phil, one half of the Chengdu-based Chinese language program called Mandarin Blueprint. The post Podcast #26: Mastering Chinese appeared fi...

» Two Chinese Smartphones Worth Checking Out
08/01/18 17:21 from ChinaHush
We love our smartphones, and they are steadily replacing more of our gadgets like digital cameras and alarm clocks, in fact, research has shown that making an actual phone call is way down on the l...

» China’s ongoing love affair with gambling
03/01/18 15:00 from ChinaHush
It was recently reported that Macau’s gambling industry is seven times bigger than Vegas. That’s quite a large sum of money, especially when you consider that Vegas makes $6.5 billion a year – Maca...

» Gambling in China
01/01/18 17:24 from ChinaHush
When it comes to gambling, China is a country of extraordinary diversity as for decades most forms of gambling have been illegal but despite this fact the country ranks number one in gambling reven...

» Thoughts on the Classic of Filial Respect 孝經 and Student Protest in Hong Kong
28/12/17 07:47 from The Useless Tree
This past semester, on leave from my usu...

» Podcast #25: Moving Money Out of China & Bitcoin
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In this episode of the podcast I sit down with Americans Johnny (of Johnny 5 Donuts, a previous podcast guest) and Mac to talk about moving money out of China and more specifically, bitcoin in Chin...

» Legal Exoneration: A Confucian Perspective
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A reader messaged to ask for a Confucian...

» Hey, Shanghai, I missed you, y’know?
07/12/17 08:19 from A Totally Impractical Guide to Living in Shanghai
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» Mass Evictions in Beijing: What Would Mencius Do?
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» It’s been a while, Shanghai
30/11/17 07:10 from A Totally Impractical Guide to Living in Shanghai
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» Review of Taking Back Philosophy: A Multicultural Manifesto by Bryan W. Van Norden
16/11/17 06:25 from The Useless Tree
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