I thought we had a “normal baby” but then I remembered, we’re foreign and live in China.
Looking for a non brain-numbing way to learn Mandarin? Enter, Wechat!
An essential guide to China’s super app – Wechat: How it works, why Chinese people love it and why you need to get on the bandwagon.
One thing is sure when moving to China: things are going to change, and drastically. Here are the habits from home I lost while living behind the bamboo curtain that have ultimately changed me for the better.
No, this isn’t me on my Wedding Day. No, this isn’t me on my Wedding Day. It’s Friday afternoon in downtown Gongbei, Zhuhai and my lovely friend and āyí, (nanny, literally meaning “aunt”), Su, is taking me to her beauty school where she studies. Su kindly invited me to have my nails painted – for…
Feel like a nice back rub? What about a nice back scraping? Here is everything you need to know about gua sha – a remedial Chinese treatment straight out of the middle ages.
Living in Zhuhai these past 10 months, there have been ups, downs and in-betweens. Today, I took to Buzzfeed’s community section to voice some of the most common things you hear living as an expat in China. Enjoy! And please add your own in the comment section below or on Twitter. Read: Shit China Expats Say
Look, I don’t know. It just happened, OK?
One minute, we’re exploring the replica of Beijing’s Old Summer Palace and the next, I am up to my elbows in Imperial royalty robes of the Qing Dynasty.
China’s Great Wall may have been built to keep people out, but a new ‘Wall of Kindness’ in Zhuhai is bringing people together.
Chinese New Year traditions and lucky plants.
Jintai Temple: Where peace and tranquility abounds.