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Gareth is an Australian who has lived in JiangSu, SuZhou (Heaven on Earth) for a few years - he is a keen observer of the Chinese people, Chinese culture and the changes that are occurring in China at break-neck speed. He can often be found on his a nightly 'perch' in front of his bar in the famous Bar Street in Suzhou, talking to the locals in his bad Mandarin, teaching the 'flower-selling girls' English, eating street food and smiling at the local chengguan (neighbourhood police). Gareth also has several other businesses in China around Business and English training. His experiences have been varied and interesting and his years in China have taught him to be wary of promises but excited about prospects, not a bad situation to be in!
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Pictorial Differences between Westerns & Chinese Pt1

3209 Views | 5 Comments | 2 Articles | 5/21/2010 7:45:02 PM
These little emails fell into my in-box the other day.... Not sure exactly who created them but I have seen one of two of them before - if you know the website, I'd like to credit it!! Read more…
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AIC Part 3 - Do we function in a group or as individuals?

3449 Views | 1 Comments | 0 Articles | 5/19/2010 1:44:01 AM
Ok, so let’s quit with the anthropology heading – I am actually just a casual observer rather than some learned professional so I all my comments are coming from my own personal experience rather than some multi-tome study on China – I am sure people will disagree with some of my views, and I welcome that! And that is a little bit about what my next topic is about, how Chinese women might ‘function’ in a ‘community’ sense. Read more…

Part 2: Anthropology in China: - What is more important, rules or relationships?

3527 Views | 0 Comments | 1 Articles | 5/17/2010 1:31:17 PM
(This blog post will be more meaningful if you've read the first one...) Ask anyone who has ever been to China and tried to cross the road as a pedestrian or even worse, caught a taxi – rules are irrelevant!!! Well, maybe this is a bit excessive because obviously people do follow a rules or two when driving a car – those are Read more…

Part 1: Anthropology in China – what the hell is going on here??

3647 Views | 1 Comments | 0 Articles | 5/14/2010 1:10:38 PM
I am not an anthropologist by any means – but I guess I have a keen interest in the things around me and like to observe and ponder! Read more…
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