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Personal Blog about Books, Lifestyle, Fashion, Bikes and Things that Matter. Fresh out of Shanghai, China.

Site Owner: atarikid

YourChangzhou is a website for Changzhou Expats living in Changzhou, China. We aim to give the community a way to connect, find their way around and keep up to date with the cities happenings

Site Owner: Formidable Me

by Megan Blake about social geography and food spaces, mostly in Hong Kong but in other places too.

Site Owner: GeoFoodie

As an American living in Beijing, I share my daily adventures. This site was created to share how I try to sustain a sustainable lifestyle. Since I love DIY, I also share how to make different things that are hard to find, expensive, or of low...

Site Owner: mirandamullett

A french blogger who left his country to discover China... Explore the Asian Continent

Site Owner: Ju1i4n

Shanghai Street Stories documents the city's older and disappearing neighborhoods, focusing on heritage architecture and community lifestyles. Captured through a mix of investigative photojournalism, witty street photography and well-researched...

Site Owner: satay

A personal journal about shanghai and living in China, photography, muses and news

Site Owner: hopscotch

Blog with photos, interviews and short stories on daily life in China; especially Beijing.
Started early 2011 with on average 3 posts a week.
Portraits published include: migrant worker, banker, architect, abbot, artist, janitor,...

Site Owner: Chinesense

This blog records the impressions of a French-Australian visitor to Tianjin, reflecting on life in cosmopolitan coastal China, and the weight of foreign influences.

Site Owner: Julien Leyre

Seasonal food posts from a Shanghai-based couple - a blog of recipes, food-related experiences and excursions in China.

Site Owner: artisanfoods

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