Monthly Archives: January 2011
What Is Identity and Why Is It Important for Expats?
“International relocation,” Ota argues, “confronts the individual with the absence of the latter, ripping from us the context that provided witness to who we are, much as a planet would be gasping for air if its atmosphere were removed.”
Guangzhou's Soft Side
We are here today to show your softer, daintier side, so that perchance a few visitors’ first impulse on arriving in Guangzhou will not be to run away, ere the city explodes.
The Chinese Jesus
How uselessly pleasant to think what could have been if Mo Tzu, the Chinese Jesus, had gained as many converts as the western Jesus.
Revolutionary Art: The Chinese Health Poster
We’ll give you the translated text, you match with the pictures underneath them.
China's Old Rules
A guilty defendant without the virtue of money most often got the bastinado, a beating with a thick cane.
The PRC's First Great Flood
A black and white portrait of why trumping how, a mere six decades ago.
Ah Ji found that the people around the town did not treat him with the proper respect.
The Best Kids Chinese Parents Could Ask For
In China, love is a verb.
Mt. Emei - Every Time, Any Time
Don’t let the season keep you from making up your mind.