Thinking about travel in Xinjiang, China? A guest post by Josh of Far West China.
Stevo and Mrs. Stevo are proud to welcome this little wonder into their lives.
Chinese Lunar New Year is long gone. The lanterns (above) are packed away until the next firework-fueled blow out: Two weeks of the year that an entire nation stops. When the next new year arrives I will be father.
The weather in Shenzhen, China – actually across the entire region – has been dark and dreadful as of late. It’s not winter anymore, but the March/April rainy blahs can get you down.
I have moved. Not into the freshly renovated Chateau Stevo – that’s not ready yet. Mrs. Stevo is living with a friend and I am couch surfing.
Snacks abound. Convenience stores have a steam table full of hot nibbles, vendors sell a scores of “on a stick” snacks, fruit seller with pineapples,
A few weeks ago I received an interesting email. I was ready to dismiss it, but after running it was a friend “in the know” learned that it was actually legit.
Last week it was hot – shorts-weather. This week? I’m wearing a toque and long-johns. There’s no insulation in south China homes – plain cement walls.
The Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden at the Diamond Hill MTR stop in Kowloon, Hong Kong offer a great escape from the busy big city.
The former Police Married Quarters have been opened to the public by the HULU Culture group and are used for art and multimedia displays.