Category: China

Experiences in China 2005- 2020

What is Year of the Pig

 Year Of The Pig Pig is Not Considered as Smart in China. Appearing as eating and sleeping and obesity it is not a favorite sign to promote due to the fact or perception of lazy and clumsy animal. Positively Speaking it behaves itself, plan nothing or harm others, the view it brings affluence to people…

By Christopher jones 17/11/2019 0

Black China, Ethnic Views and Social Ranking

  To Be Black And Living In China .Amazon.co.uk Widgets Many years ago I was deciding to follow my itchy feet to Asia I believe I had to do something different, change the path of current destiny, I got all things at home prepared and said farewell to UK and my home.     This…

By Christopher jones 18/05/2019 2

China Dog Festival 2019 Banned, is This End to Eating Dogs?

Introduction   This Post is Intended to Celebrate   My early days living in China and in particular, the memory of a good period, though not without its trials and tribulations The exceedingly fortunate life of a Copper English Cocker Spaniel, whose Tenacity and brave attitude, kept him alive in a difficult neighborhood of street…

By Christopher jones 09/05/2019 2

Rude and Hilariously Funny Chinese English Signs

Hello For hell of it here are some transliterations that can be regarded as Rude or hilariously Funny on Chinese English signs   How many times you travel abroad and in bewilderment trying to make out exactly what you are reading as direct conversion between the local language and English, as we know it? And…

By Christopher jones 29/04/2019 0

Learn To Speak Mandarin Chinese For Beginners, For travel

Hello and Welcome   To another dose of Chris’s Class on ”Working”  Mandarin Chinese Chinese mandarin ”PUTONGHUA”   > expressed as PU TONG HUA Following on from my last introduction to Chinese basic usage for travelers street use. the purpose of this simple approach is to offer the understanding of tones Do you remember the 4…

By Christopher jones 21/04/2019 2

Jobs Teaching English in China Full or Part Time

The Beginning   On arrival to China Shenzhen, my first plan was to find employment and the best and obvious target employers were going to be for jobs teaching English in china, after no money no existence here right?  my savings was not going to last if I was to live daily, travel, socialize, and…

By Christopher jones 11/04/2019 0

OK Arrived in China What Next?

OK China – Now What? Excited, Awed, Fearful After UK’s weather it took some adjusting to the temperature and speed of everyday life in Shenzhen!Being the South of china, temperatures can vary in beginning January 65F  up to 88F and down to 67F through to December with thunder storms and Typhoons from the china sea’s…

By Christopher jones 06/04/2019 0