A 7-year old kid who's from Yangshuo (Guangxi Province) which boasts the best scenery in China. He participated in the China's Got Talent 2011 show and was very entertaining with his dancing (MJ's … more
Just as I was about to leave China for good, I chanced upon this Chinese version of the Got Talent series. The talent show (达人秀) is not only entertaining, humorous but also highly inspiring. The first … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Robin Li.
May 01, 2011
He could have stayed in the U.S. Instead, unlike many of his predecessors, he flew home to China and began his influences in the world-wide-web. We are referring to his search engine and company, Baidu. … more
It is that time of the year for spring cleaning! The Chinese celebrates the Chinese New Year by spring cleaning their homes a week or two before the CNY in order to welcome family and friends during the … more
Learn it young if you intend to, or else it'll turn into a pain in the xxxx ! Once you learn to enjoy it, it's full of poetry and mystery. A language befitting of a great civilization. Something ancient … more
Fengshui, imho, is at best an art. For believers, it's a science. Although who truly knows what it is? Fact is people believe it and in Hong Kong, enough to pay large sums of money for a good consultation … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Feng Shui.
May 06, 2010
One of the things I'm learning during my reading of historical titles is that we tend to forget much of our past. And actually, we *do* end up repeating many of our mistakes and ugly periods. I found … more
When you study about the Chinese coming to America in the 19th century, the emphasis has always been on those who helped to build the western portion of the transcontinental railroad. As we learn from … more