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Walking on air

The tallest natural bridge in the world!
If you look closely, you can see me amongst the trees. :-)


Monkeying around

A few of the nice monkeys at Zhangjiajie.
The monkeys here were much less interested in us humans, probably because there wasn’t a stall selling “monkey food” – however some tourists had brought their own snacks, which they were willing to share and I saw people by the south gate buying packets of crackers to give to their children, so they could feed the monkeys. 78 more words


Chinese court puts up 'wall of shame' for overdue fines

By Naomi Ng and Shen Lu

This article was published on CNN.com on 23 January 2015.

In a modern twist of public square shaming, a Chinese court has blazoned the names and offenses of 50 individuals and four companies that have dodged paying fines. 359 more words


Mt. Jiuyi, Ningyuan, Hunan

It’s a winter morning when we visited Mt. Jiuyi in South Hunan. Rolling hills were hidden in the morning mist, as if they were not awake yet, while a flock of ducks quacked and followed the master all the way down to the field, hoping that they can get a first bite of the breakfast. 54 more words


Chinese New Year

It’s the year of the goat! Or the sheep, or the ram. I’m not quite sure which one. The pictures on the new year advertisements dotted around seem pretty ambiguous, along with the translation. 788 more words


The Time I Spent Nearly Three Months in China

Growing up, I spent a lot of time with my parents exploring foreign shores, especially the US.  My father is a die-hard fan of American action films, the typical American ‘muscle car’, and he just loves having a burger and double-thick milkshake once in a while. 464 more words


1 Chronicles 19: The Arameans and the Ammonites

This whole story starts with David being kind to the new king of the Ammonites. When king Nahash died, David sent a delegation to Hunan his son to show sympathy. 226 more words