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Barry from Australia is a questioning soul who looks at social issues from an alternative point of view and instead of asking, “Why?”, he asks “Why not?” He’s convinced that many of his previous incarnations were spent in China. He feels drawn to the people there; attracted by their rich culture and way of life. If given one wish from God, he’d reply, “I want everyone on Earth to be the same colour, speak the same language, and treat each other as they themselves would like to be treated.”
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My First Date After Lily (Part 3)

113 Views | 3 Comments | 4 Articles | 6/26/2017 2:26:16 PM

"To see a world in a grain of sand Read more…

My First Date After Lily (Part 2)

822 Views | 14 Comments | 3 Articles | 6/4/2017 12:27:36 AM

“In order to find yourself, first you must lose yourself.“  I felt rather annoyed by the smug words written in the stupid book in front of me. A supposedly learned treatise on how to live life and feel better. What utter bullshit it was!  How dare they suggest that people should become dysfunctional or desperate, before somehow miraculously stumbling across some sort of supposed salvation. Much better to simply skip the bit about becoming lost and go straight to deliverance! Read more…

My First Date After Lily (Part 1)

1056 Views | 28 Comments | 3 Articles | 5/12/2017 9:58:32 AM

Learned  people inherently knew there were three channels to learn wisdom. The first method was by pondering and reflection, that supposedly was the most noble way. But this was for people smarter than me who sat cross-legged in caves all day and ate nothing but lettuce leaves. Read more…

Our Inescapable Ultimate Destiny

2727 Views | 78 Comments | 3 Articles | 3/23/2017 1:26:19 AM

For those new to my blogs, this article is a continuation of the story that can be seen in the link below.  For the sake of continuity, it might pay newcomers to read the previous blog, before starting on this current one. Read more…

We're born alone. We die alone.

14244 Views | 254 Comments | 8 Articles | 5/19/2016 4:02:07 PM

“Love is poison. A sweet poison, yes, but it will kill you all the same.” (excerpt from ”Game of Thrones”). Read more…

US Presidential Race and Global Affairs

4795 Views | 202 Comments | 6 Articles | 4/17/2016 8:01:37 PM

The race for the US Presidency is on.  Discussions about this and other important world affairs have been made in the comments to my last article, “Perceptions of China – Part 3”.  Rather than muddying the waters however of a discussion about aspects of China that was the original intention of the "Perceptions" article, it’s become apparent that the US election and other crucial political and economic issues should have a blog all their own. Read more…

Perceptions of China - Part 3

2925 Views | 68 Comments | 7 Articles | 3/8/2016 3:56:53 PM

After a year or so spent in China, ranging from urban areas such as Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou through to the rural regions of Sichuan Province, I feel able to present a few random recollections and musings of things I've seen.or experienced here. Read more…

Perceptions of China - Part 2

1601 Views | 27 Comments | 8 Articles | 2/21/2016 1:30:42 PM

After four memorable trips and going on a year or so of living in China - ranging from extreme urban areas such as Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou through to the rural regions of Sichuan Province  -  I feel reasonably qualified to present a few random recollections and experiences of China. Those with a low boredom threshold please stop reading now.  Those idiots, fools and persons of low character, please also stop reading now.  This series of articles is intended only for the intelligentsia amongst us.  Read more…

Perceptions of China - Part 1

1473 Views | 16 Comments | 6 Articles | 2/3/2016 7:18:19 PM

Many of my male knuckle-dragging friends back home have asked me, “Cut the bullshit Barry, what do you really think of China?”.  Initially I only told them the good things, the exciting things, about the place. But as time went on, I realised this wasn't really doing them any good.  I now prefer complete honesty, giving them the whole story, both good and bad, so they can make a well informed decision as to whether to come here  - or more importantly, to work here  -  or not. Read more…

Ugly Men, Beautiful Chinese Ladies - Part 7 of the Teaching in China series

2365 Views | 30 Comments | 3 Articles | 1/14/2016 6:40:26 PM

As a long term unbiased observer of this website, one feature that particularly stands out is the fact that most of the men here on average are of discernibly lower intelligence than the ladies.  As a practising teacher working in China, I can say this definitively, having honed my skills both as a keen student of human nature and mental perspicuity, particularly the differences between the sexes. Read more…

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