… the Sichuan red chili fish is not as spicy as it looks. Aw, who am I kidding. It’s hot as hell ! Advertisements
The word “blog” in green is matched by the Chinese characters for “blog” on the right. I choose to interpret blog as a verb, and actually as a command. Yet before you get too excited about this provocative tagger’s delight, … Continue reading
Beijing is a city of red doors, so this one stands out. Green generally symbolizes spring and the grand circle of life, and I was tempted to stride right over the threshold. Then I remembered that a green mask in … Continue reading
Notice the red light. Notice the locals ignoring the red light. Notice the foreigner standing on the curb waiting for the green light. Notice from the editor: Nobody died.
… is a child’s wonderland.
A bowl of Hangzhou style chow mein with egg, cabbage, and tomatoes. Mmm-mm good.
The well-dressed Beijing construction worker is styling this summer in a sports coat, camouflage pants, and look-at-me yellow head gear. What’s in: Smart phones What’s out: Hammer and sickle