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Ive been in Korea nearly three months! (time is really flying)

What I’ve found during these past few months is, ive kind of got myself into this rut. 448 more words

South Korea

Exploring the eastern boundaries of metal

On the sidewalk of a dimly lit street in New Territories, a few twenty something are smoking by the entrance of an industrial building. Mostly working an arty, designer sort of look, they are dressed in the darkest shades, particularly suitable at this hour of the night and for the event to come. 676 more words


Vogue China: Cover call back

Vogue china is reaching its 10th anniversary, and for any brand, business or magazine thats a proud milestone. Angelica Cheung is the editor in chief of  174 more words

Driftwood Detroit by Julie Hogg

Imagine a city built from nothing. A city that didn’t begin its life as a series of villages. A city, once a wasteland that now houses hundreds of thousands of people who work in the purpose-built factories, to make goods for the capitalist world in order to service a communist dream. 648 more words


Shanghai Day 1: The Beginning

6.15am. Pudong International Airport.

Not in the right frame of mind to do anything because of sleep deprivation, but I had expected this because I just can’t sleep on a plane. 2,369 more words


An American Guide to Cross-Cultural Communication: Just Do It

by Peter Gent

When I first moved to Beijing to study, one of my worst fears involved taking taxis and getting lost. This of course happened soon after I arrived. 868 more words


0415 | Bai Ri Yan Huo (Black Coal, Thin Ice)

This captivating thriller by Diao Yinan won the Golden Bear earlier this year at the Berlin Film Festival, and it’s a stylish, meticulously-paced police procedural, one that consistently delivers sudden, unexpected twists and turns. 713 more words