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Hidden in Nanjing.

I walk a lot – partly because it’s free, partly because I see more, and partly because I have nothing better to do. On my first morning in Nanjing I walked the 3.6 kilometres to Xuanwu Lake Park – a cluster of islands that sits just past the Ming-dynasty wall. 585 more words


The week that was (again)!

Last Thursday was our classmate’s 20th (yes, so young!) birthday! A dinner was held at an Italian place called Bellini’s. So yes the meal items were a bit pricey for China, but the food tasted amazing! 430 more words

First steps in Nanjing

 Nanjing is a city that has strongly affected Chinese history.  But the city itself has also been affected by history. It has affected history because several times it was the capital of the Middle Kingdom. 807 more words



Stinky tofu, candied fruits, ducks stomach and McDonalds sit side by side along Nanjing’s Lion Bridge. A food adventure and an assault to all the senses, it is the exotic and familiar hub for food in Nanjing. 213 more words


Han Bao Bao.

Not since 2007 when I was apparently a 14 year old brat have I been to China.

I was luckily enough to be sent to a retty snobby private school, but it wasn’t single sex so I think that makes it a little bit better…. 865 more words


Jiangning at Night at the Utopia Film Festival on 10/25/14

Here is an excerpt from Jiangning at Night. This entire film will be screened in the Urban/Rural Landscape program on 10/25/14. More info and the program soon.