Tag Archives: Liuzhou

Beijing’s floods and an ounce of prevention

Seeing photos of the terrible flooding in Beijing, I can’t help but feel for the families affected by the devastation (video). As is usual with disasters, netizens have begun to blame the gov’t for the outcome of what would likely have … Continue reading

Posted in Current Events, Life in China | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The importance of a hometown

One of my first posts on this blog focused on the idea of being a waiguoren (外国人), an “outside country person”, and the fact that a foreigner can never be fully accepted in China. Today though, we’ll be looking at … Continue reading

Posted in Chinese Culture & Language, Life in China | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 19 Comments