2012 was a year in motion. A look back at the destinations, modes of transportation, and achievements of the year.
If I couldn’t have turkey for Thanksgiving, I might as well go to the beach, right?
That’s usually the first question out of friends’ mouths when get a chance to catch up with friends back home. One of the great discoveries I’ve made here has been Dongbei cuisine.
U and I took the high-speed train to Shaoguan this weekend. We were heading for Danxiashan, a national park with beautiful rock formations and attractive fog, hoping to get out of the city for a bit and do some hiking. But a last-minute decision set us off on a totally different adventure.
While I’m here in China, I’m cut off from my usual sources of legal streamed content. Thank goodness! I’ve rediscovered the amazingness of The Internet and the public domain.
Oh, it’s a green vegetable, you say? Yes, but which kind? What’s it called?
I visited China’s Zhejiang province last week, a region known for its entrepreneurial-driven economic success.
I’ve been back in China for a less than 5 days, and already I’ve been to Shenzhen, Ningbo, Cixi, Yiwu, and Ningbo — and now I’m back in Guangzhou. I’ve been on three planes, three buses, an e-bike taxi, and an electric tricycle taxi, and an electric unicycle, in addition to regular taxis galore. I’ve eaten my […]