As an expat who has lived in China for several years, it’s safe to say that I’ve learned a thing or two about adapting to a new culture. Living in a foreign country is a unique opportunity that can be hard to put into words. It’s a bit like a rollercoaster ride. Some days, […]
Whether an exchange student studying for a year or a tourist visiting for a few weeks, one of the first things about Chinese culture that foreigners dive into is the food. China is known around the world for its cuisine, and many countries have their own versions of Chinese food. However, nothing compares to […]
Preparing to come to China for a few weeks, semester, or even a year? Worried about learning Mandarin Chinese and navigating life in a new culture? Have no fear! We have five ways you can get a head start on Chinese language learning before you get here!
Chinese Skill & Hello Chinese: Learn Chinese Through […]
In July of 2015 a group of Chinese and Foreigners rented a car and drove to Black Forest National Forest Park（黑河国家森林公园) about 3 hours from Xi’an for an overnight camping trip. The pictures below demonstrate how the adventure was a great success.
Lou Guan Tai is the site where Lao Zi wrote the Dao De Jing about 2600 years ago (道德经, also written as Tao Te Ching). This books is central to the Taoist faith, which is one of the few religions with Chinese origins. Any place where a major world religion is inspired must be beautiful, right? […]