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3114 Views | 23 Comments | 0 Articles | 9/11/2015 9:55:28 PM

The room seemed tidy enough.  Sparse but not too bad, except for a layer of dust on the floor.  Tina and I entered it cautiously, bags in hand. Read more…

5694 Views | 10 Comments | 7 Articles | 6/29/2014 7:06:22 PM

There is a little secret that happens at dusk in China that nobody wants you to talk about! Middle-aged and older ladies gather in hordes, sometimes with a dishevelled husband in tow, to meet together in synchronised shenanigans - the proverbial Plaza Dance.  Read more…

2682 Views | 8 Comments | 0 Articles | 4/1/2014 1:22:43 PM

If by “most romantic” they meant “sleaziest,” then okay, naming Dongguan as one of the top 3 most romantic cities in China would make more sense!  Read more…

2014 Views | 1 Comments | 0 Articles | 9/10/2013 8:15:05 AM
One thing that can happen in China is your ability to collect, collate and cross-reference news and information is quite difficult. Read more…
4498 Views | 17 Comments | 0 Articles | 5/21/2013 6:41:44 AM
I don’t want to engage in piling on here. Achelle has written a provocative article about Chinese food preparation methods, and I will let that stand and fall on its own merit. I am merely here to provide some perspective. And the perspective is this: Writing a column about the danger that food preparation in China poses to health is a bit like writing a column about the danger that lawnmowers pose for global warming. True, lawnmowers do emit carbon dioxide and so do contribute in fact to global warming, and the way food is prepared in China (especially here in Sichuan) does pose a threat to health (I guess I did wade into things). But in both cases there is a much bigger danger that is being overlooked. Lawnmowers are not the real problem and neither is food preparation. When it comes to life in China, the problem, unfortunately, is the food itself. If you don’t believe me, Google “Chinese food scandals” and see what comes up. It is literally something new every week. This week the news is all about rat meat being passed off as lamb. According to the Wall Street Journal, more than 900 people were arrested in the crackdown and 20,000 tons of product was seized. Read more…
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