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1137 Views | 48 Comments | 1 Articles | 7/20/2018 9:33:53 AM

This article is a continuation from Part 2 of this series. It presents a random assortment of ideas flowing within a bubbling stream of consciousness concerning China and in fact, significant global issues generally. Once again, I ask that you please contain your excitement and despite your natural inclination, hold your approbation and applause. Thank you in advance. For those who were polite enough to stand, you may now please be seated. Read more…

1810 Views | 24 Comments | 4 Articles | 6/14/2017 3:47:18 PM

"To see a world in a grain of sand, And heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour"  Read more…

5432 Views | 78 Comments | 3 Articles | 3/19/2017 12:29:42 PM

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…

2681 Views | 18 Comments | 7 Articles | 6/29/2015 12:41:29 PM

After yet another night of restive and fitful dreaming, day 23 arrived. Read more…

7645 Views | 32 Comments | 8 Articles | 1/11/2015 4:16:01 PM

Day 22 dawned.  I couldn’t believe how quickly time was passing.  It seemed like I’d arrived in China just a few days or so previously, but the facts were the facts.  I was entering my fourth week here, like it or not.  I felt a vague yet quite genuine sense of sadness that I'd have to be leaving China soon.  I’d felt immensely happy here and inwardly vowed that I would return, though I knew that due to work and other pressures back in Australia, this probably wouldn’t be as soon as I’d like. Read more…

4167 Views | 23 Comments | 8 Articles | 1/5/2015 2:08:04 PM

It was getting quite late.  Tina and I had been trekking cautiously through the dark in the far hills surrounding Shawan, her beloved home town.  We’d miscalculated and found ourselves in this unnerving predicament, after spending too long visiting a half completed Buddhist monastery hidden on the top of one of the distant hills.  The caretaker monk there was astonished to see a Westerner visiting the place, as even most Chinese in the area hardly knew about it, let alone went to the trouble of traipsing to it.  He thus gave us a comprehensive tour of the temple, proudly showing off its major highlights. Read more…

4802 Views | 18 Comments | 7 Articles | 8/7/2014 8:26:45 PM

Please forgive me, but this article has nothing directly relevant to online Chinese dating, but is a crucial one nevertheless, to me at least.  I hope to you also. Read more…

2940 Views | 10 Comments | 0 Articles | 6/15/2013 3:00:16 PM
One of interesting interactions that goes on in relationships that I grapple with the most is the idea of closeness and distance. I am of the opinion that you can be close and distant at the same time - and that these 'boundaries' move constantly and maybe at different speeds for different parts of my psyche. and for different people. Read more…
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