I keep thinking I’ll run out of funny packages and signs at my university. But China seems to have anÂ inexhaustibleÂ well as I keep finding plenty!
I’ll tell you the end of the story first. Our camera was stolen, from our apartment, and the thief got away. Unfortunately we only have the one camera and therefore I couldn’t take pictures of
Over at Boston.com they have a feature called “The Big Picture” in which they showcase some dramatic/slice-of-life/unknown events through high quality photographs. This time they pointed their lens at China and I think there are
Foreign teachers usually have a hard time with the Chinese yearly school calendar, and not without good reason. The schedule here is crazy, complex and changes every year so that even the students and Chinese
Quick, name the two most famous tourist sites in China. Yep, you got it, the Great Wall and the Terracotta Warriors. Believe it or not the two were the mastermind of the same guy: the
There are plenty of weird things in the snack aisle, but this is a new product that just began showing up everywhere. Of course I had to try it. I figure I’m a fan of
The LA Times has recently had some great articles on China. Usually when people report on China it is political and government based things or environmental articles. But maybe in a testament to China’s growing
I’ve never taken a kung fu class (or karate) and I’ve only seen one Bruce Lee flick yet I have always wanted to go to Shaolin Temple. I’ve read Matthew Polly’s book about training at