Category Archives: living in China

China’s Orphans: Making a Difference Through Advocacy and Fostering

In recent years, China has begun to open its hearts and minds about adopting their own orphaned children as well as more often keeping children with disabilities. Increased education and higher disposable income have provided these positive changes. In China, there

Living in China: The Rules

The shock that arises from moving to a new country comes in many forms: attempting to understanding its people, getting accustomed to its building and amenities, accepting the environmental quality, and embracing its food, traditions, and habits. Some of the

China’s Fruit Goodness

While I tried to make it a regular habit to include fruit in my diet in America, it admittedly didn’t happen as much as it should have.  To be honest, there weren’t many fruits that I really enjoyed.  They were

Lifestyle of an American in China

Our earning potential is often a driving factor in our pursuits. Many of us spend our lives in jobs we do not necessarily enjoy simply because if its compensation, theoretically overriding the disdain we endure in its daily accomplishment. Those