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My Experience in an Ancient Town: Fengjing

My day trip to Fengjing ~ a small water town on the outskirts of Shanghai. Fengjing is one of the area’s ancient towns and is popular with Chinese tourists as a little day get-away. 702 more words

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Coffee(ing) my Lungs out (Sick Day in Shanghai)

I like puns but they don’t like me :( My flu reached it peak today and we decided to book a visit to the hospital. My only experience with Shanghai hospitals has been on the dark side (grimy hallways out of a horror movie, crowds of people rushing line to line, poker-face nurses stabbing needles, and patients clutching their bleeding wrists with cotton pads hastily pasted on). 394 more words

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Lost in the Streets (of Shanghai)

Shanghai Afternoon at the French Concession ~I would love to pick out a roadside cafe, window side table, caramel macchiato (♥) in hand, washed-out afternoon 2pm, and just read poetry. 731 more words

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At the Gates of Shanghai

We are in Shanghai! My home away from home ~ It feels so strange to finally be so close to my family – grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. 136 more words

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To the fallen ~ Nanjing Massacre Museum

Thank you history books for not teaching me about Nanjing. Thank you media for only highlighting China as a red sea of communism and disregarding its people’s suffering. 432 more words

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A Sea of Colors - Zhejiang, China

Here is Zhejiang in a completely different light than my last post. Completely gorgeous – a sea of colors, ever vibrant and lasting of cultural remnants and also, might I say, in touch with nature.  330 more words

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the ones left behind - Zhejiang, China

As I’ve noticed, things in China are meant to be swallowed: the dingy apartment complexes, newspaper stands, drink vendors, all of it. There a silence that seemingly lingers in places only alive in memories, one that begs to be remembered. 391 more words

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