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Made in China: "so cheap!"

China, known as the land of cheap goods, is really a nice place if you are into shopping. From the small shops on the side of the road to the luxurious shopping malls, you can really buy everything, legal or not (video game consoles, but Xbox One are illegal, it’s slowly changing). 461 more words


The KCR : a traveller's guide to the Guangzhou - Kowloon railway line

The most efficient way to travel between Hong Kong (香港) and Guangzhou (广州) in mainland China is the Canton – Kowloon Railway line (KCR).

At the moment, trains leave from Hong Kong’s Hung Hom station (红磡) on the Kowloon side and arrives at Guangzhou’s East station (广州东站). 1,461 more words


China's Workers Are Getting Restless - Businessweek

China does not have large independent labor unions, yet the world’s second-largest economy has witnessed an increasing number of worker strikes over the past year. 337 more words

China Alert

The Thugs of Mainland China

Last Friday, as the Occupy Central protests convulsed Hong Kong, James Bang, a twenty-eight-year-old digital-strategy consultant, found himself holding down the front line in the district of… 1,306 more words


Investigadores chinos descubren virus que impide crecimiento de células cancerosas

El diario China Daily informó que científicos de esa nación asiática descubrieron un virus extraído de cierto tipo de mosquitos en la tropical provincia de Hainan… 168 more words


I swear I'll post more frequently!

I have to admit that since it is not my first time in China, I don’t feel everything is new and magical like last year. This causes me to take very few pictures compared to Summer 2013, I also tend to have a really shitty sleep schedule which causes me to not remember too well my past weeks… gotta work on keeping up with my journal. 110 more words


Jackie Chan is no friend to Hong Kong’s protesters

By Ishaan Tharoor
The Washington Post

Chinese actor Jackie Chan gestures during a press conference held at the opening of the Chinese Film Festival 2014, in Bucharest, Romania, Sept. 728 more words