A Mongolian Summer
Going in Search of the Original Horse Meat Steak Tartar - and How To Cook A Camel
The Many Ups and Downs of Yangzhou
A lot of Chinese cities have nine lives or more, but few cling as neatly to the image of a withered man of consequence, recognized and appreciated only by a few fellow musty old souls.
China's Belt Gets Bigger
The premise here is merit-badge cities, not golf-clapping nostalgically for glory days.
Hong Kong for the Non-Consumer
It’s a simple paradigm for the Hong Kong tourist, on the face of things: shop or die.
Many Thanks to Our China Expats!
Hundreds attend our China Expat book launch events
Three More Chinatowns
Those who didn’t fancy steaming down to a frazzle took to selling peanuts in the street, an occupation which the Dutch soon used as an epithet.
A Really Good Typhoon
An exciting, yet often frustrating, part of living in coastal South China are the typhoons.
Boris Lissanevitch – Asian Expat Extraordinaire
How an expat ballet dancer and tiger hunter founded the 300 Club, the Yak & Yeti and Cathay Pacific
Human Glider Flies through Hunan Mountain
Congratulations and insanity awards aplenty go to American wingsuit flier Jeb Corliss, who flew unaided at close to 80 mph through a hole in Tianmen Mountain.
British China Opium War Campaign Medals
One of the legacies of being foreign in China is the dark history that immediately preceded the rise of modern history.