When I first arrived in Abuja, I had been traveling for nearly 36 hours. My first flight out of BWI … Continue reading You Are Welcome…Sort of.
Living abroad does not lessen the impact of government issues at home. In fact, I would venture to say that … Continue reading Reaction to the U.S. Presidential Election (WTF America?!!!)
Leaving China was not a hard decision for me. Initially, the plan was to hunker down and create some semblance … Continue reading A New Chapter, A New Journey
Two issues. Overpriced and overrated. I won’t tell anyone not to go, because others may very well have a completely different experience from the one I had. Nonetheless, I will share the details of my experience so that those who choose to go will have the benefit of being informed. A benefit which I was not afforded at the time. Granted I read on TripAdvisor that it was somewhat overpriced, but I thought it would at least be worth it. And to be honest, I suppose I got exactly what I deserved seeing as though my sole motivation for wanting to go was based on one of my favorite reality shows, The Amazing Race. Continue reading “The Hype of the Canton Tower”
Call me ignorant if you choose, but I’ll be the first to admit that I miss with all of my … Continue reading Egg Foo Yung Please!
I thought about this piece while walking to work this morning. The lone unicorn walking down these China streets powering … Continue reading “Unromantic Realities of Teaching in a Foreign Land”
No matter what you know or don’t know about China, one thing we can all agree on is that the Chinese are rather small. The Northern Chinese may not be as small as the Southern Chinese, but they all are still smaller on average than most Westerners. Therefore, shopping for clothes can be quite challenging. However, expats have a few choices to accommodate those extra inches. Continue reading “The Six Best Places for Expats to Shop for Clothes in China”