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.
It’s easy to forget that Shenzhen is more than just concrete. It’s a sprawling city, the east on the South China Sea.
There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.
From my apartment window, an image with my Canon 40D, finally back in my possession.
Tropical Storm Goni is headed for the Chinese mainland. Official in Taiwan are watching Tropical Storm Morakot.
I haven’t had much to say. Finishing one phase of your life, and planning another is not easy when bureaucracy is involved. Such is life in China.
There is a lot to see and do in Shenzhen, China. My list of 10 Must Sees in the city. Travel Guide writers be damned.
February 28 is my fourth anniversary of teaching English in China. At 8:25 am, Feb. 28, 2005, I first walked into a Chinese classroom
The Phoenix Mountain Temple, in the Bao’an District of Shenzhen, China, dates to the 1200s. The temple is dedicated to Guanyin
The Red Forest is a unique and environmentally-protected retreat in a city of 12 million