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A Dash of Wanderlust

On A Dash of Wanderlust I share my travel adventures, mishaps, and about finding my niche in Vilnius.

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Aki's China Connection

Aki's China Connection is all about living, traveling and teaching in China...now as a travel consultant.

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Andis Kaulins in China

A Canadian in Wuxi

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Changsha Vibe

a community service website for expatriates living in the city of Changsha

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China & Asia Sports from the Inside as an Australian Physiotherapist Travelling the World

Foreign Sport Physiotherapist working with China's Olympic Team & other Asia Teams, living in China and travelling the world as an Expat; views, photos & experiences.

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eChinacities

City guides featuring restaurants, business advice, and events for 41 Chinese cities! eChinacities.com - the only China guide you'll need!

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Hefeiexpat.com

Information and Assistance Forum for Travellers in Hefei.

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Jamaican in China!

Author and nomadpreneur Walt F.J. Goodridge chronicles his new life adventure in China and beyond!

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Joys (and challenges) Living Abroad

A 32 year old American female Living, teaching, and learning in China.

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Linda Living in China

I am a German/American expat living in China. I write about my life abroad as well as my AMWF relationship with a Korean man. I write about life between China/Korea and Germany/USA as well as traveling in Asia and learning Chinese and Korean.

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Maxxelli-Blog

Maxxelli-Blog provides useful information for expatriates living in Chengdu, Chongqing, Wuhan, Suzhou, Wuxi (China)

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Middle Aged and Doing It

17 years in China. Motocycles, boats and lots of interesting stuff. Lots of stories.

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Oh My Simple Life

Sharing my expat experiences and adventures of hotelier life in Beijing. Writing about food, culture and life adventures.

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One Woman in China

I'm on an entrepreneurial adventure in China, and you can come along for the ride! This blog is for anyone interested in doing busines and/or living in China.

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SAND AND PEPPER

Blog mostly about China, living there and facing Chinese reality accompanied with a brief description of every unexpected adventure

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Simpson's Paradox

Reading, gaming and speaking terrible Chinese in Yangzhou, China.

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Tips for living in China

Collections of expats daily tips for living in China. Also include common food and recipes, quick Chinese guide, and more.

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Tone Deaf-The Travels of Erin and David

We are Erin and David, two twenty-somethings from the Washington DC area who decided we couldn't sit at desk jobs any longer without first broadening our horizons. In January 2010 we quit our jobs and headed to South Africa for 2 weeks. A month later we were on a plane to teach English in Tangshan, China… and have been exploring this country ever since. It's our goal to learn as much we can about the Chinese language and culture, and to share our experiences with others. (We have a long way to go, as we are still completely deaf to the Mandarin tones.) Anyway, we love feeling connected to America and appreciate getting comments and questions, so please keep in touch!

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Traveling Asia

Adventure blog of my two years in Korea and surrounding countries. Very informative.

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Traveling Asia

Stories and Photography of the Wilder side of Asia.

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Travellers Yarn

I’m a previous cruise ship performer living in Shanghai, China and blogging about my observations and unique experiences.

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Welcome to My World

Riding Motorcycles, surfing, sailing, taking pictures and writing about it all in China.

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woshoudebuhao

An American expat chronicles four years of life in rural China.

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15 Expats Talk about Moving to China

Expats talks about the adjusting to China's squatty toilets, spittoons and small shoe sizes. But, these challenges are outweighed by the friendly Chinese people, affordable tailors on every corner and a surprising number of bakeries.
Expats talks about the adjusting to China's squatty toilets, spittoons and small shoe sizes. But, these challenges are outweighed by the friendly Chinese people, affordable tailors on every corner an...

6 Important Tips about Healthcare for Expats in China

Expats living in China discuss health insurance and quality of medical care in China.

Expats living in China discuss health insurance and quality of medical care in China....

5 Tips for Living in Qingdao, China

With its huge expat population, expats in Qingdao enjoy numerous expat-oriented social events and local resources. Expats also appreciate the friendly and welcoming to locals, sea view homes in the Laoshan district and Qingdao's international schools.

With its huge expat population, expats in Qingdao enjoy numerous expat-oriented social events and local resources. Expats also appreciate the friendly and welcoming to locals, sea view homes in the L...

Retirement-In-Nanning,-Guangxi-ProvenceAn Expat Shares What it's Like Retiring in Nanning, Guangxi Provence, China

An American retiree in Nanning, China appreciates the low cost of living and friendly locals. Unfortunately, the traffic is horrendous -- motor bikes are the fastest way to get around.

An American retiree in Nanning, China appreciates the low cost of living and friendly locals. Unfortunately, the traffic is horrendous -- motor bikes are the fastest way to get around. ...

Moving-To-Beijing-An Expat Talks about Moving to Beijing , China

An expat in Beijing advises newcomers to bring shoes (especially if they were larger sizes), a first aid kit and to install a VPN on your computer and phone before you move to China. He explains that you'll need a lot of cash on hand initially since most apartments require 3-month initial payment plus a 1-month deposit. When deciding where to live in Beijing, make sure you live close to work to avoid spending your life in traffic.

An expat in Beijing advises newcomers to bring shoes (especially if they were larger sizes), a first aid kit and to install a VPN on your computer and phone before you move to China. He explains that...

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