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623 Views | 14 Comments | 3 Articles | 5/23/2018 1:11:31 PM

I've been registered on this site on and off for years now.  I joined in 2013, but this was my second stint here. I originally had joined a year or so earlier than this, on my first stretch, that only lasted a few weeks, before I quickly met someone, causing me to leave CLM in high spirits. I eventually made a special trip to China to meet this lady, named Alice. Great stuff. Sometimes luck’s on your side. But a few months later, the friendship unfortunately petered out, causing me to rejoin CLM, feeling both somewhat disillusioned yet optimistic at the same time. Read more…

1381 Views | 8 Comments | 0 Articles | 3/15/2016 1:42:08 PM

If you really wish to be happy living in China (excluding the SARs and that Island ) Read more…

26219 Views | 132 Comments | 0 Articles | 9/18/2014 5:42:56 PM

In October 2012 after my visit of H in Germany, he cut the connection clearly, I didn’t hear one word from him afterword. The following winter of that year was long and cold, and I was lonely and desperate. The phone call from my parents every week turned into sighs and suffocative silence from urging and questions because I was still not married, the looks from the eyes of my friends and colleagues in the weddings of any other who were younger than me turned into pity and sorry instead of direct joking of before, Zoe, when will be yours? Read more…

5115 Views | 29 Comments | 0 Articles | 3/25/2014 3:51:30 PM

In this CLM, I find some guys are curious or sarcastic about what are “Traditional Chinese Women”. I would like to take a try (or challenge) on an introduction of some typical images of “Traditional Chinese Women” in several different periods in our history. Hope it could be helpful to know how “Traditional Chinese Women” have been changing with the passage of time. You would see, deep down even in this modern and westernized world and no matter how open-minded we might be, what is left in our core value, and maybe it could be viewed by Jung as collective unconsciousness. I am not sure how many parts the series might be, and mostly I would let it go naturally. Read more…

2214 Views | 3 Comments | 0 Articles | 2/19/2014 10:49:09 AM

The New Year holiday season in China is drawing to a close. At this time of the year the majority of Chinese people 'head home' to be with family and friends but increasing numbers are taking to self-organised travel and tour groups away from hometown as well, many believing there will be less crowds and fewer lines at the attractions at this time. Read more…

21014 Views | 76 Comments | 0 Articles | 5/18/2013 2:06:07 PM
Point one: Food is supposed to be good for both the body and the soul. Read more…
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