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The blog about Old Shanghai Published (about) weekly, documents, photos, book reviews and all I can find about Shanghai in the period before 1949
There is never a dull moment in Shanghai, so much so I decided to write about it. From teaching the likes of Fluttershy, Banana and Puppy (to name a few of my students names), being asked to dress up as Snow White at the New Year ceremony and my first role as directing and producing the school production of Little Red Riding Hood, there is always a moment of madness.
Donning red, traveling Asia, and discovering the world. I am in love with Japan, fascinated with China, and excited to explore even more of the greatest continent on Earth: Asia. The Ruby Ronin's adventures include the ups and downs of language learning, the headaches of dating in Asia, and the overall adventures of living abroad and traveling.
This blogs aims to help you discover the millenary Chinese culture through its unknown arts and crafts industries. I will show you a different image of China, uncovering its rich cultural and historical heritage and traditional knowledge. Also, since I`m based in Shanghai, I decided to share with you what it`s like to live here as expat (which is without any doubts a craft requiring certain skills itself). Imagine this blog as an open window on China, and feel free to look out of it whenever you want!
We're a Southern California couple living and working in Shanghai. We love to eat and travel, so you'll see lots of food and travel posts here. I started this blog as a way to share our daily lives with our family back in the US. I also hope that my blog posts are helpful to other expats living in Shanghai or those considering a move here.
My taobao exploits, and more china lifestyle stuff.
Follow my adventure as my husband and I started our life as "empty nesters" by moving from the Chicago suburbs to Shanghai, China.
The fortunate accidents of an American Teacher with insatiable wanderlust. A real life account of the friends, discoveries and mishaps that happen along the way!
I'm an expat wife, mother of three and manager of chaos. We recently moved to a (very) foreign country and are loving it! Follow along and you might learn something - or just have a laugh.
Working as a Teacher in Kunshan, Jiangsu, China. Smell the orient without moving from your cosy living room.
Dumplings to Donuts is a blog by two small town kids who fell in love with each other, all things Penn State, our cat, traveling, and new adventures. This love of unexpected undertakings has led us to jump out of planes, eat questionable food, and now, move to Shanghai, China.
5 expat bloggers reveal their recipe for happiness
Are you about to move abroad and make the tough decision to leave your many cookbooks behind? Never mind, because Expat.com — with this selection of five expat bloggers pouring love and care in their dishes — is bringing an infusion of faraway flavours into your kitchen. Join us for an international feast — a celebration of life in foreign lands!