Sometimes, you have all the ingredients for a good traveling experience, but you will still need a little extra that makes the cohesion and arranges everything so that you can fully enjoy the place you are visiting.
Just a few days ago I visited Mao’s Mausoleum for a third time. The first time I did it out of curiosity, while on the following occasions I accompanied my guests who wanted to see the formal leader in flesh and bones.
We still had three hours before our train would depart to Gorakhpur, but we decided to move out of the hotel and go to the station. The road was dustier than usual and the horns of the tuk-tuks noisier than they were hours before. The Indian whiskey amplified our perception on reality.
Ho Ho Ho, December is here and you are slowly preparing for Christmas. Every day you check the internet to see what gifts to buy for yourselves and the dear ones, and you plan in detail how to spend the days off. But can you still do any of that if you live in China?
At the end of last week I attended something very beautiful and interesting – the 2016 International Carnival organized by the Shanghai International Studies University (SISU). During this event the foreign students from SISU were invited to present their countries’ culture to the audience.
Two weeks ago, the 5th Meeting of the Heads of Government of Central and Eastern European Countries and China took place. Dacian Cioloș, Romania’s Prime Minister, announced the setting up of the Center for Dialogue and Cooperation on Energy Projects in Bucharest, emphasizing the importance of stronger ties with China. Last year in September, Romania’s […]
I remember when I first got to China and I was trying to surf the internet. As strange as it sounds, I had the feeling I was using a different internet. The connection was slow, I couldn’t access the websites that I was using on a regular basis back at home, all sort of windows […]
To many people’s surprise, Trump won the elections. Who would have thought? Well, surprises like this happened a lot lately. During the campaign, China was one of the main targets for Trump’s attacks. He accused China of being a currency manipulator, stealing jobs from the American people, stealing intellectual propriety or American trade secrets. He […]