• 3
A newly married American expat chronicles four years of life in rural China.
Website Social:

Latest Blog Posts »

  • Ho, Ho, Home 7 years ago In the two months since we’ve been home, we’ve watched leaves turn from green to yellows and reds to brown before falling off tree branches now covered in icy snow.…
  • Expat Exodus 7 years ago Our bags are on their way to being packed. Our apartment is on its way to being cleaned up and cleared out. Well, as much as it can be. Iggy…
  • One Last New Zealand Post 7 years ago I remember gorging on RJ’s raspberry and strawberry flavored licorice while listening to Neko Case, Alabama Shakes, and a la-la-lotta Neil Young during the final driving days of our New…
  • In the Spirit of Wordless Wednesday 7 years ago I forgot about posting photos for Wordless Wednesday over the last few months. My brain just doesn’t have much room for non-baby stuff these days. But I’ve got more than…
  • Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum 7 years ago Most museums in Shanghai don’t live up to their potential. Exhibit spaces are often sparsely filled and there’s never enough historical context given (in Chinese or any other language) to…

Contest Entries »

  • Top 9 Things to Know about Expat Life in Rural China Expat Blog Awards 2013 No, Dorothy, You're Not in Kansas (Let Alone America) Anymore: Top 9 Things to Know about Expat Life in Rural ChinaThe international media is chock-full of China-related news these days. Back in the U.S., I was inundated with story after story about...

ExpatsBlog.com Expat Blog Awards 2013: China Bronze Award!

This blog won the Bronze Award for best expat blog in China!

Copy and paste code to display the China Award Badge:

Website Reviews » There are 3 reviews on woshoudebuhao

02:45 AM September 05, 2013

Thanks for listing my blog! I hope anyone interested in hearing about life in the sticks of China will check it out.

13:37 PM January 26, 2014

way to go ppokie , tell it like it is ! no sugar coating - your perception of your everyday experience

18:10 PM February 05, 2014

I have read with great interest your blog and the 9 things about China life. You are doing a great job the best I can tell from the aspect of one that has only spent 9 days in China on a recruitment trip. I certainly experienced the spitting and hacking and can attest to that practice. It appears that I am going to be bid to assist the Operator Training department in Haiyang and would be living in the Expert (Expat) village. I would like to go into this adventure with some knowledge and am curious if I can bother you for some information on the actual apartments and accommodations available while I still have time to negotiate. Our interest would be specific to furnishings, linens, kitchen supplies, clothes care, housekeeping, medical access, food shopping, TV, internet, etc. Any information would be appreciated. I had the opportunity to see the facility but only from the outside gate, nothing on the inside. Anything would help. Thanks.

Leave some love for this blog:

Do you think this blog has what it takes to be listed at the top of Expats in China Blogs?
Please note: only positive or constructive comments will be published. Unnecessary, negative comments won't be published.
  • Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • RSS feed
  • Facebook

3270 Expat Blogs By Destination

Submit your blog for inclusion!

Recently Added Blogs

Blog posts just in!

  • A Life Away (14 July)
  • Crafty Dutch Girl (27 June)
  • Discovering Mexico (02 November)
  • Leanne Meyer (18 August)
  • Japan Everyday (31 December)
  • A Singapore Mummy Blog (13 October)
  • Laidback Hikers - Swiss Hiking Adventures (10 October)
  • Olivia (30 September)
  • THE DESI BUTTERFLY - Blog - Musings of a Desi away from home... (17 September)
  • Life In Riga (26 August)