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Sigh, China

Apologies for the rant in this post but I think it’s good for me to just get this all down and have a good moan – I’ll probably be fine again next week but this weekend has made me feel a bit homesick and a bit sick of China/teaching life in general. 873 more words



This place was always been in my mind to visit especially for their famous Dimsums. But somehow, I couldnt go. But last weekend, as I have decided to spend sometime with myself with my favourite food, Hunan came to my mind and landed here. 243 more words


Bilingual: My Yale-China story

Celebrating Yale-China Association’s 115 years of anniversary with David Youtz (left, Executive Director of Yale-China), Cynthia Sung (2nd right, trustee of Yale-China), and Neil Clarke (right, professor in Yale-NUS) 846 more words


Zhangjiajie National Park, China

After moving to China in August of this year, I asked around about the must sees of China. From word of mouth, and of course Lonely Planet, I came across Zhangjiajie National Park, which is one of Lonely Planets Top 30 sites. 1,832 more words


Stir Fried Vermicelli

Vermicelli noodles are transparent and, while they take on the color of whatever sauce they’re cooked in…you’ll notice that you can still see right through them. 31 more words


Yanling and bae

So I’m going to tell you about a visit to Yanling I had where I met other foreign teachers in my city and all the adventures that ensued… 1,047 more words


Hunan Woman Tried for Her Faith Refuses to Sign Altered Court Proceedings

October 01, 2016 | By a Minghui correspondent from Hunan Province

(Minghui.org) A Shimen County woman was recently tried for using a cult to undermine law enforcement, a standard pretext used by the Chinese communist regime to frame and imprison Falun Gong practitioners. 524 more words

Falun Gong