So I’m still stuck in America. It’s been a month so culture shock is a thing of the past (people are back to being assholes and driving like maniacs.) Basically I’m homesick for China. Very homesick, and to make myself feel better I’ve been looking for Chinese things in America.
Jocelyn over at Speaking of China recently answered a question from a 30-year-old single western woman wondering how to meet chinese guys in Shanghai. Or, rather, Jocelyn didn’t exactly answer it herself as she wasn’t sure. Instead she asked a chinese Shanghai guy (who married a foreigner) how to do
To know me is to know I love my iPhone. I was quite late to the game (I got my first iPhone 6 months ago), but I’ve been an iPod owner for the past couple of years. I originally bought the iPod touch for the dictionary app. About 2 and
The other day I wrote about Weixin (english name Wechat) the app that lets you chat easily with people in your area. I could go on and on about weixin and how I think it has actually changed the course of my life, but for now I want to relay
I flew back from America to a ghost town. My normally bustling, vibrant school becomes a desolated wasteland in the summertime. Students are allowed to stay in the dorms if they want to, but with heat indexes of more than 100 and no a/c in the rooms, most opt to