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Squirrels are common sight in the UK so when I was walking alongside West Lake in Hangzhou and saw a crowd gathered around a tree taking pictures of a squirrel … Read Moe
Living in China as a foreigner helps one to appreciate social media and the connections that can be maintained across the globe. Being able to casually glance at a WhatsApp … Read Moe
It’s 4am. In the damp dark coolness of a Ningbo morning, nothing much seems to stir, huge expanses of roads are left empty, eerily basking in the unused yellow glow … Read Moe
After moving to the UK from China to study at the University of Birmingham and then working in Birmingham for the year afterwards, I had grown to like the UK. … Read Moe
After being a season ticket holder at Aston Villa F.C. in England for the past fifteen years, one of the first things I wanted to do when I arrived in … Read Moe
Babies and toddlers in China don’t wear nappies because they are ‘uncomfortable’ and ‘mafan’. Not to mention an ‘unnecessary expense’. Having witnessed it, we know that adults are happy to … Read Moe
In 2009 after a good friend of ours in England sadly passed away, I decided to go and visit my friend who was living and teaching English in Xichang, Sichuan … Read Moe