As a Romanian living in China, it rarely happens that I find here something from my home country. If you’re Italian, it’s easy, you just walk 1000 meters in any direction and you will find an Italian restaurant. If you are an American, enter any shopping mall and you will hear Katy Perry signing. But […]
Friday afternoon, what to do, what to do? My Chinese friend insisted we should go to that sex fair we were talking about. My Thai friend said it wouldn’t be such a bad idea after all. He already imports goods from China to Thailand and sex toys might be suitable for the Thai market as […]
Are you living in China as a single? Are you feeling lonely and anxious about the upcoming Chinese celebration of Singles’ Day? There is no need to worry as I elaborated this useful two-step guide that will help you go over your problems and have a great Singles’ Day.
It’s never easy to decide where to take your friends when they visit your city. You will have to study their personality at least one month in advance in order to decide whether you will have to take them to some old Chinese garden, to a museum, or to simply invite them to the bar […]
On this day in 1949 Mao Zedong proclaimed the foundation of the People’s Republic of China. This also marked the end of a long civil war fought between the forces led by the Kuomintang and the forces led by the Communist Party of China. The 1st of October was declared the National Day of the […]
China’s Soft Power In his book China Goes Global: The Partial Power, author David Shambaugh states that China has bad performances when it comes to projecting soft power. His description is most likely accurate, but I think a lot will change in the near future as the massive scholarship programs operated by China will start to […]