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» A Guide to the Chinese Lantern Festival
19/02/19 13:00 from Chinese Blog
Today marks the fifteenth and final day of the Spring Festival. Known as the Lantern Festival (元宵节 – yuán xiāo jié), the Chinese name can be broken down as such – the character 元 refers to the firs...

» How I Use Gmail in China (despite it being blocked)
14/02/19 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
How do I use Gmail in China in 2019? If you’re like me, you use Gmail or the Google Apps suite for business or for personal email. I love everything about using Gmail except for one thing: al...

» Do I Need a Special Visa or Permit for Xinjiang?
11/02/19 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
Is there a special visa or permit required to travel to Xinjiang in 2019? This is a question that I get quite a few times throughout the travel season and it seems that there might be conflicting i...

» How to Use Facebook in China in 2019
07/02/19 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
For years I’ve been building an internet business around travel across China, and specifically here in Xinjiang. Because most of my readers are “foreigners” and my content strateg...

» The Year of the Pig
05/02/19 22:50 from Chinese Blog
Today is the most important holiday in China – the Spring Festival (春节 – chūn jié). Otherwise known as the Chinese New Year, it’s the start of a 15-day holiday full of interesting...

» How to Teach English in Xinjiang, China (Updated 2019)
04/02/19 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
In this article I want to describe to you the process of finding a good job here with the help of Jan Abbey, an anthropologist and current teacher here in the province. At the end, you will have th...

» Chinese Folk Art: New Year Paintings
04/02/19 10:00 from Chinese Blog
Chinese New Year will be celebrated this year on February 5th. Chinese New Year (春节, chūn jié, literally means “spring festival”) has a lot of customs: New Year dinner, firecrackers, spring festiva...

» How I Access Instagram in China in 2019
01/02/19 12:15 from Xinjiang: Far West China
I’ve become addicted to Instagram over the past few years. As it turns out, I’m not the only one. According to the latest numbers, there are 800 million other people around the world wh...

» Best VPNs for China 2019 (that still work despite the ban)
01/02/19 12:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
Update February 2019: As many of you know, China spent a good portion of last year (2018) cracking down on VPN usage throughout the country and even threatened to ban all non-state sanctioned VPNs....

» Top Chinese Songs of 2018 (Part Two)
31/01/19 12:54 from Chinese Blog
We’re continuing our countdown of the top Chinese songs of 2018 with five more tunes. Go back and check out Part One in case you missed it. Once again, I did my best to find the official musi...

» Saying Goodbye in Chinese
21/01/19 13:00 from Chinese Blog
Chinese New Year (春节, chūn jié, literally means “spring festival”) will be celebrated this February 5th. 春节 has many interesting traditions. One of them is the friendly custom of 拜年 (bài nián) – wi...

» The BEST VPN for China: Our Top 5 Choices (Feb 2019)
16/01/19 14:10 from chinaSMACK
After months 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. [...

» How to Fly as an Air Courier in 2019
15/01/19 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
Is it still possible to fly as an air courier? Back in the day, being an air courier used to be a popular travel hack that would get you free flights. Ever since the attacks on September 11th,...

» Is Xinjiang Safe for Travelers? Security & Threats in 2019
14/01/19 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
The most commonly asked question from people who are planning a trip to China’s western region is this: Is Xinjiang safe for travelers (especially now in 2019)? It’s a legitimate q...

» Is the Internet Accessible in Xinjiang? XJ Q&A #3
02/01/19 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
How is the internet in Xinjiang? Super slow? Is it possible to use a VPN while traveling in Xinjiang, China? These are some very interesting questions I’ve received from travelers over the ye...

» Uyghur Knife from Yengisar | A Lost Cultural Symbol
18/12/18 14:00 from Xinjiang: Far West China
For many people, the Yengisar knife is a timeless symbol of Uyghur culture in Xinjiang. While Uyghur knives are still sold, the original town that created them has become a ghost town. Here’s...

» Chinese Poker: a beginner’s guide
06/12/18 04:52 from ChinaHush
Every single day millions of people all around the world settle down for a game of poker  -in casinos, in bars and, more and more today, online too. There are also a huge number of different types ...

» What are the Most Popular Card Games in Asia?
27/11/18 15:02 from ChinaHush
It’s often been said that the 21st century will belong to Asia. Sports wise we’ve already seen the football world cup hosted by South Korea and Japan in 2002, the Olympics in Beijing in 2008 and th...

» The Unbearable Lightness of Beijing: July 2018
27/07/18 08:13 from The Useless Tree
Most of the usual haunts haven’t changed...

» 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...

» 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 […]

» 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
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 ...