Crown Relocations


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

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As a resident of northeast USofA for most of my life, I now find myself a resident of northeast China. Why? On our first date, my husband-to-be told me that he wanted to move to and work in China one day. I laughed at this lofty, yet matter-of-fact statement. Just under two years later, here we are. Married and living in China. A huge, ever-changing, fascinating, and confusing country. That's my assessment from our first couple weeks. We'll be here for several years, so check back to experience all the things we are seeing, hearing, and doing.
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