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» 5 Gorgeous Xinjiang Destinations You’ve Never Heard Of
18/06/18 21:30 from Xinjiang: Far West China
I've had the privilege to travel around Xinjiang, China for years now and what I love most about the province is that there's always something new to see as long as I'm adventurous enough to find i...

» Dragon Boat Festival History and Customs
18/06/18 13:00 from Chinese Blog
Today is the Dragon Boat Festival, which is known in Chinese as the Duanwu Festival (端午节 – duān wǔ jié). This holiday is celebrated every year on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month, and although it...

» The BEST VPN for China: Our Top 3 Choices |June 2018
18/06/18 01:23 from chinaSMACK
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...

» Exploring South China – Macau and Zhuhai
13/06/18 14:00 from Chinese Blog
After spending a few days in Hong Kong, it’s time to head to the other SAR – Macau. Dubbed the “Vegas of the Orient” for its many casinos, the city is also home to a beautif...

» Exploring South China – Hong Kong
11/06/18 14:00 from Chinese Blog
Hong Kong is an autonomous territory and former British colony in the south of China. It’s also the perfect place to begin a trip, as Hong Kong is a major transportation hub. With a few days ...

» South China Adventure
06/06/18 14:00 from Chinese Blog
China is a massive country with more to see and do than you can experience in one lifetime. When planning a trip to China, a good idea is to focus on one region of the country. In this post we̵...

» How to Cook a Chinese Dish
04/06/18 11:00 from Chinese Blog
As a vegetarian, one of my favorite Chinese dishes is 地三鲜 (dì sān xiān). Not for its elegant name, but for its comfort taste. Whenever I miss China I enter the kitchen to cook myself 地三鲜. In couple...

» Best VPNs for China in 2018 (that still work despite the ban)
01/06/18 13:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
Update June 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 th...

» Podcast #28: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Chengdu
17/05/18 04:58 from Chengdu Living
In this episode I'm joined by Jerry and Andrew of CDBJJ, a local Brazilian jiu-jitsu organization founded in 2011. The post Podcast #28: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Chengdu appeared first on Chengdu Liv...

» Comfort in Anxiety: Embracing Uncertainty with Artist Jordan Xiang
14/05/18 11:44 from Chengdu Living
Insight into how Chengdu artist Jordan Xiang embraces uncertainty, rejects denial, and finds beauty in the bathroom. The post Comfort in Anxiety: Embracing Uncertainty with Artist Jordan Xiang appe...

» 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 […]

» 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
24/12/17 10:46 from Chengdu Living
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
11/12/17 12:24 from The Useless Tree
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
  I wasn’t sure if China wanted me back. The fact that I managed to set the Contagious Disease Carrier detector off at immigration at Pudong Airport was a moment...

» Mass Evictions in Beijing: What Would Mencius Do?
01/12/17 03:45 from The Useless Tree
Beijing gets cold this time of year and ...

» It’s been a while, Shanghai
30/11/17 07:10 from A Totally Impractical Guide to Living in Shanghai
  Well now. Shanghai. Yo. I’m flying in to Pudong International sometime tomorrow afternoon, after nearly four years away from China. I don’t tend to return to cities or countries...

» Review of Taking Back Philosophy: A Multicultural Manifesto by Bryan W. Van Norden
16/11/17 06:25 from The Useless Tree
Last year, Jay L. Garfield and Bryan W. Van Norden penned an op-ed in the New York Times that took academic philosophy departments in the US to task for failing to take seriously non-Western system...

» 8 Photos to Say Goodbye to Chengdu’s Summer
27/10/17 11:55 from Chengdu Living
To wish summer in Chengdu farewell, I've got eight photos from the season to share. The post 8 Photos to Say Goodbye to Chengdu’s Summer appeared first on Chengdu Living .

» Top 5 Digital Advertising Trends in China
26/09/17 15:12 from ChinaHush
China’s advertising industry is increased very fast, thanks to rising of the demands of the consumers. Unlike many Western and other countries of the world, television is not the biggest source of ...

» What else do students do in China apart from studying when they are learning Mandarin Chinese?
25/09/17 15:34 from ChinaHush
We all know there are more and more foreigners studying Chinese worldwide, and that there are increasing numbers of students heading for China to learn Mandarin Chinese. For most who finally make i...

» Signs of corruption in Macau casinos
15/09/17 00:54 from ChinaHush
In recent years casino tourism in Macau has exceeded that of every other area of the world, including famous Las Vegas, NV. In 2011, Macau pulled in five times the revenue of Vegas after collecting...

» Urumqi’s International Grand Bazaar | Worth a Visit?
12/09/17 13:47 from Xinjiang: Far West China
For travelers visiting Urumqi, the capital of China’s Xinjiang region, you’ll likely hear about a place known as the Urumqi International Grand Bazaar as well as the nearby Er Dao Qiao Market...

» Leftover women: a different perspective
07/09/17 15:50 from ChinaHush
  Much has been written and said about so-called leftover women in China; there have even been some documentaries made about the phenomenon. It’s not a new subject, but one which seems to stir a va...

» Traveling China’s Karakoram Highway | 2017 Traveler’s Guide
06/09/17 09:03 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...

» Celebrating Qurban in Urumqi, Xinjiang
31/08/17 07:45 from Xinjiang: Far West China
It’s Qurban Festival in Xinjiang (aka “Corban” or “古尔邦节”) and I decided to take a walk through my local neighborhoods here in Urumqi to capture some photos and a video...

» Xinjiang in 360 Degrees | Virtual Reality Travel
28/08/17 09:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
There is nothing that trumps the ability to personally travel to a distant location and soak in the atmosphere of a busy market, endless sand dunes in a desert or an ancient structure along the Sil...

» Podcast #24: Sichuan Food in Chengdu
18/08/17 07:54 from Chengdu Living
In this episode I speak with Jordan, founder of Chengdu Food Tours, which takes guests from around the world on a journey through Sichuan cuisine. The post Podcast #24: Sichuan Food in Chengdu appe...

» Send or Receive Money in China
16/08/17 17:18 from ChinaHush
As economy globalizes, and working permits gradually become easier to obtain, the need to move money between bank accounts in different countries grows. Businesses and individual clients are consta...