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Real China: Our Review of the Yunnan Province

Beijing. Shanghai. Hong Kong. These are the cities that come to mind when many people think of China or envision a trip to the world’s most populated country. 1,172 more words

Travel Blog

Forty Days And Forty Nights – Part Nine

The Third Plague Pandemic (1855 to 1959)

This pandemic, masquerading under a rather prosaic name, whilst a slow-burner, lasted over a century and accounted for more than 12 million people in China and India alone. 514 more words


Sheer beauty

Nieco ponad tydzień w Chinach, ale mam już swoją opinię na ich temat – są piękne. I duże. Gros czasu spędzam na przemieszczaniu się. Dwadzieścia trzy godziny w pociągu, dwanaście w autobusie, przynajmniej czterdzieści minut w miejskich środkach lokomocji. 202 more words

Getting to know tie-dyeing

Hi everyone, finally I am back from fieldwork in China and can update my blog from now on.  I still cannot believe wordpress is blocked (like Facebook does) in China! 582 more words

Field Work

Climate Change Affecting Your Tea

First, and most importantly, I want to give a huge shout-out to my mommy on her birthday!   She has been putting up with my brother for almost 30 years and with me for almost 27 years.   455 more words

Tea Love

Yunnan Province

Our trip began in the city of Kunming. I’m usually a very big fan of cities. I love the hustle and bustle of life on the street, the anonymity a city has to offer, getting lost in an ocean of people. 303 more words

Treasures + Travels

Ginger Trails of China

Originally published on World Nomads

Sweat decants from my body and evaporates in seconds. It seems the Chinese sun in spring wasn’t so gentle.

Trailing through Southwest China’s Tiger Leaping Gorge has long bridged the extremes of impeccable beauty and formidable risk, 3700 metres deep worth of it. 393 more words