It should be easy, but it is China

One of the biggest annoyances in the life of an expatriate is the difficulty to do something that should be simple. Buying a certain product in the market sometimes it is an impossible mission. Finding a service or place is like trying to find the city of Babylon. Clarifying a simple question or understanding anContinue reading “It should be easy, but it is China”

What I have learned in China – Part 2

Welcome back to our misadventures in China. If you missed the first part, here is the link to it In these two weeks between part 1 and 2, I ended up noticing other cultural differences. André helped by questioning some events of the last week, but I did my best to find the most important,Continue reading “What I have learned in China – Part 2”

What I have learned in China

I had already thought about writing a list of what I have learned as an expatriate in Asian lands, but I believe there is no better opportunity for that than now, considering October is the month that I personally celebrate my first arrival here and it is the 72nd anniversary of the People’s Republic of ChinaContinue reading “What I have learned in China”