“We Shanghainese value our image. We don’t want to lose face in front of the entire world…”
Forget Obama and Hu, can 40 American & Chinese exchange students contribute to and strengthen US-China ties? I think so and here are my three reasons why.
Taiwan and China agree to set up tourism offices in each other’s capitals (Taipei and Beijing) by early 2010, as Taiwan aims to increase mainland tourists.
…and why that is one of the lousiest arguments in the never-ending debate over whether Taiwan is an independent state or merely a renegade province that rightfully belongs to the PRC.
A recent survey showed that 64.6% of respondents in Taiwan identified themselves as Taiwanese, 11.5% Chinese, while 18.1% both Taiwanese and Chinese. So what?
As more and more mainland Chinese are able to travel abroad, how are they being received? Here’s one account of a mainland tour group in Taiwan by a Taiwanese.
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.