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Going to the hospital in China

Before actually going to any hospital in China, I had already heard a ton of horror stories. I am not sick easily so I wasn’t very worried. 1,011 more words


Chinese Massage

There are some things I do in China, that I never did in Spain. One of them is getting a massage. It sounds kind of luxurious if you do it in Europe, but in China it is completely normal and everybody does it. 630 more words


What do we eat today?

I have to confess I am not good at cooking. I can only do a few simple things: pasta, salad, curry rice. Now that we have an oven I should be able to do more grilled stuff, but the truth is that we almost never use it. 873 more words


My Little Confession

By Daniella Djiogan

A year did pass, or should I say 10+ months. At the beginning, it felt like an eternity, but right now, it feels like all was a dream that lasted 10 hours or less. 407 more words


The Shitty Restaurant

A few months ago I went to a toilet-themed restaurant and I forgot to write about it here. Well, here it goes!

The restaurant was located in Tianzifang, an area with narrow alleys and old houses that has become a very touristic place and is full of eateries and cute (and overpriced) shops. 307 more words

Life In China

Team Building

In Chinese companies, or foreign companies established in China, it is very common to organize an annual day out to do outdoor team building activities. If you work in a Chinese company, you will most probably have to sacrifice a day of your weekend to participate in the team building (Chinese companies don’t really understand the concept of “private life”); if your company is foreign, or a nice Chinese company, they will organize it on a working day. 610 more words


Interview in Expat Focus

A few days ago, the website Expat Focus contacted me to do a brief interview for their Experiences section. In it I talk a little bit about expat life and how life in China is for me. 190 more words