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16:15 PM October 05, 2013
Refreshing look on areas of China that haven't been discovered by your normal tourists. A great mix of humour and fun, but with an informative edge. I look forward to reading and discovering more.
12:10 PM October 06, 2013
Excellent blog on little talked about places in China- a look into the 'real world' China and the life of an Expat! Well written and interesting.
13:17 PM October 06, 2013
Some interesting special features/bonus round-esque content which all helps to paint a insightful picture of modern working china. Specifically covered is how the ex-pat population is catered for with peices on chinglish and the language of the signs. Bottom line: Worth a read.
16:25 PM October 09, 2013
An interesting and funny blog. Thoroughly enjoyable and definitely worth taking the time to read!
16:33 PM October 09, 2013
Great light-hearted blog on life in China, a good insight and a thoroughly enjoyable read
11:17 AM October 19, 2013
Have thoroughly enjoyed reading every entry into this humorous and informative blog! Its great to be getting an insight into adapting to day-to-day eastern life
16:09 PM October 22, 2013
Getting ready to move to china as a new expat. This blog really helped me to get a thorough insight into being a new expat in china, aswell as a blistering read.