The food deliveries in China come each morning. Chinese Trucks, motorcycles, dump their loads of fresh greens and the staff goes to work. Continue reading China Photo: Morning at the market
What’s the old saying: Between a rock and a hard place? My new digs are on the 12th floor of a building in Longhua, Shenzhen, China. Continue reading Longhua China: Between a rock and a hard place.
A temple, a bit of ancient China, and rabid humidity – A Day in the Park with The Stevo’s. Dressing-up is commonplace in Chinese parks. Continue reading Playing Dress-Up in the Park
The older generation practice Tai Chi Chuan as the sun rises. Older folk practicing the ancient art is a common sight in Chinese parks. Continue reading Tai Chi Chuan, Chinese Martial Arts: Morning Exercises
The remnants of firecrackers, in small Hunan, China village, on the first day of Chinese Lunar New Year. The new year is called Spring Festival. Continue reading After the firecrackers
I’m in Beijing, “The center of politics and culture.” Ah, 4 days in Beijing, China, engaging in some China travel, almost for free. Continue reading In Beijing China: Hang On Tight!
The Chinese break dancers arrived late in the day. Each afternoon and evening they promote a new sporting goods store. Hip hop in China? Continue reading Break Dancing – China Style
The people that come to teach English in China might have learned a little Mandarin before arriving in The Middle Kingdom. That usually goes out the window. Continue reading Learning your first useful words in Chinese
In China, a cobbler repairs shoes on a busy sidewalk while you wait. Continue reading Sidewalk cobbler
Beyond the statue of Guanyin, the golden Buddhas, the candles and joss sticks, are the more mundane items of a daily existence. Even a Chinese temple needs to be clean. Phoenix Mountain Temple, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, China, April 2009. Continue reading Cleaning the temple