by Tess Humphrys


Getting my first hair cut in Ningbo

One of the potentially most traumatic things a girl has to go through is finding a new hairdresser.

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By Greg Saylor

Taking the longer road home

I was floored both by the unexpected nature of the day's events and the unbelievable kindness and openness showed by the residents of that small village outside of Yangshuo.

By Itumeleng Makgetla

The wonders of Zhangjiajie

Taking a part in the Hunan Province Foreigner Photography contest has been nothing less than spectacular.

By Norton MacKay

My trip in Tangwanghe, NE China

What I cherish about the memory, however, is not that I was interesting to the locals, but rather how lucky I was to be amongst the few outsiders to witness the unadulterated beauty of rural China.

By Nelly Min

Have I become a 'dama'?

While perusing some stories trending across China this morning, I came across one about Chinese words becoming popular in the West. Such as tuhao, guanxi, dama --- wait a minute, this one hit a nerve.

By Ratkoglo Anna

One great chance

The best part of my job was to see people coming back to hotel, when they recognized me were happy to share their adventures, burdens, thoughts with me.

By Muhammad Abdullah

How I feel Chinese in China

From Chinese people I have learnt the message of harmony, peace and respect and I would play the role of an ambassador to promote and convey this message.