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Around Xi’an : TaiBaiShan – white gem in heart of China.

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Around Xi’an : TaiBaiShan – white gem in heart of China.

  Or How we wanted to get to TaiBaiShan, but discovered HongHeGu on the road. As we’ve already stated in our post about Taiping Park , Xi’an is surrounded by beautiful nature reserves. The last one, and the most beautiful among them, that we’ve discovered is TaiBaiShan or, in English,  “The Very White Mountain”. If […]

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Photo of the week: Teaching ESL in the kindergarten, Xi’an, China

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Photo of the week: Teaching ESL in the kindergarten, Xi’an, China

Teaching ESL in the kindergarten in Xi’an. All the kids are so cute.            Send article as PDF   

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Xi’an: Zhao Changjun Martial Arts Academy

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Xi’an: Zhao Changjun Martial Arts Academy

or why we are practicing martial arts.   The Jao Changjun Martial Arts Academy One of the main reasons why we came to China, and stayed here for one year, is our passion for practicing martial arts. And in China we can practice Kung Fu with real and excellent teachers. After an extensive and long […]

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Photo of the Week: Xi’an – Drum Tower in twilight

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Photo of the Week: Xi’an – Drum Tower in twilight

Xi’an – Drum Tower in twilight (2 views)                  Send article as PDF   

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China Expat Beginner’s Guide – Adaptation

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China Expat Beginner’s Guide – Adaptation

We all can agree, that being expat in China is not simple.  In this part of the guide we look at our process of adaptation to China and its people. It doesn’t meter for how long you will live here, 10 years or just one year. It also doesn’t meter whether you know Mandarin or you know just […]

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Photo of the Week: TaiBaiShan – the winter is still around

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Photo of the Week: TaiBaiShan – the winter is still around

TaiBaiShan – even in April the winter is still claiming her rights                Send article as PDF   

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Chinese teaching growing in US

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Chinese teaching growing in US

Here it comes. Our opinion is, that we all sooner or later will need to learn Chinese language. So you’d better start today Chinese teaching growing in US, helped by Beijing (via AFP) Susan Wang couldn’t speak English when she arrived in California from Taiwan, aged 16. Now 49, she heads a school offering US […]

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Photo of the Week – Xi’an: the spring is in town.

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Photo of the Week – Xi’an: the spring is in town.

Finally! Spring came to Xi’an!                          Send article as PDF   

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Xi’an hidden beauty: Taiping Park

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Xi’an hidden beauty: Taiping Park

Xi’an is not only the Terracotta Warriors When you say “Xi’an”, the first people’s reaction is: “Have you seen the Terracotta Army?”. Yes, we have seen them, and yes this is the place that made this city a popular tourist’s destination in first place. But… We also had a chance to go where no other tourists go […]

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Is China coming to a city near you?

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Is China coming to a city near you?

China’s shopping tourism is growing every year. Hong-Kong, Taiwan and South Korea are main targets for mainland shopping crowds…. Is China coming to a city near you? (via The Christian Science Monitor) For 15 years Hong Kong has fought to maintain its local identity, language, and culture despite formal unification with mainland China. But as […]

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