“We Shanghainese value our image. We don’t want to lose face in front of the entire world…”
Here are the top 10 “not to be missed” food at the World Expo (according to various people who have been there already). If you can not go out-of-the-country that often, tasting the yummy snacks at the World Expo could be enough.
First impressions of a first-time traveller to Beijing. And 3 things a laowai should do in order to say one has been to China’s capital.
An introduction to the bunch of China bloggers based in Shanghai who met up for drinks and lively conversation, and a review of the shenanigans they were up to.
1 year after returning to China from abroad, a Chinese returnee summarizes the differences between China and the United States in life, work, food, and leisure.
Carl’s Jr, purveyor of health-be-damned burgers oozing with caloric debauchery, is finally coming to China. First sighting: Shanghai’s People’s Square!
A breakdown of day-to-day living expenses suggests it’s very difficult for most urban Chinese & near-impossible for expats to live on 100 RMB/week. But per day?
When in Taiwan, there are two things you definitely can’t miss: Taiwanese desserts (hot soup & shaved ice versions) & a lot of young girls showing a lot of leg.