Jiaozi and Burgers

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Jiaozi and Burgers
An English prof's musings on China with travel pieces and spiritual reflections too
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  • The Month of Weddings: Part 1 2 days ago There’s something about May. It’s not that it’s especially romantic or terribly alluring. But I suppose spring is an optimal time to say one’s vows. Maybe it’s just me. But May does seem to be the time for weddings. I’ve been to three in the past month. Each were unique in their own...
  • Year of the Rooster, the Great Migration: Part 3 2 months ago Huanggang was cold, but this place was worse. There I was in a blanket cocoon, completely dressed, and praying that my toes wouldn’t get frostbite that night. Earlier that day we (Queenie, her parents, brother, sister-in-law, and nephew) had arrived at Queenie’s aunt’s village, which had one...
  • Year of the Rooster, the Great Migration: Part 2 3 months ago Qingdao was cold, but it had heating. Huanggang didn’t. I had forgotten the Chinese rule that south of Shanghai, regardless of the frigid weather, the government did not supply heating to the cities. Either you buy your own heaters, or you wear a parka for the whole winter. Queenie’s family did...
  • Year of the Rooster, the Great Migration: Part 1 3 months ago Every Chinese New Year tens of millions of Chinese return to their hometown. For some, it might be a bus ride away. For others, a few hours by car. But many go back by train. That’s how Queenie and I planned to travel. But first, before going to her brother’s place, we would stop in […]
  • Away for the Holidays 5 months ago Today is Christmas. There’s no snow (It’s a mild 70F outside). There’s no Santas or Christmas trees (unless you count the occasional fake tree planted in the lobbies of some malls and hotels). But there is non-stop Christmas music playing at McDonald’s, Starbucks, and some malls and...

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04:08 AM April 01, 2015

Hi Paul! I stumbled upon your blog while researching the city of Kunshan. I have just been offered an English teaching position there starting this Fall and am trying to gather relevant information about Shanghai and China. I would love to get your opinion on the city and any additional advice you could offer a first-timer! Thanks :) Karissa

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