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The Chinese Driving Dance

Driving in China is really hard to describe. It is worlds apart from anything in the United States. Even in large cities, the driving is… 514 more words


The Club Life

Clubbing in Guangzhou is something that you have to experience. As you can imagine like in any big city, there are massive

multi-story clubs with lots of flashing lights, drinks flowing nonstop, and electronic music pounding against your eardrums. 825 more words


The Toilet Situation

Alright. I’ll go ahead and write about it, since it is on everyone’s minds. At least on my Western friend’s minds. The squat toilet.

Yes, it exists. 304 more words


Sometimes You Just Have to Be White

I’ve been in China for almost two weeks now. Time to stop procrastinating and write my first blog post. By the way, I have a migraine… 1,226 more words


See the Lives of China's Mentally Ill

To live with mental illness in China is to live in an invisible world.

Of the more than 100 million victims living with some form of mental illness in China, 16 percent are classified as severe, according to a 2009 report by China’s National Center for Mental Health. 622 more words

My First Dinner

My first meal in China happened after I got settled into my apartment. (Settled is being used here as a loose term.) My boss took me to a small restaurant down the street from my apartment. 462 more words


Guangdong Police Responsible for Family's Financial Hardship

July 21, 2015 | By a Minghui correspondent in Guangdong Province, China

(Minghui.org) Falun Gong practitioner Mr. Yang Riming, a young, well-respected farmer, was putting up Falun Gong informational stickers when he was arrested at around 11:00 p.m. 250 more words

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