Writing in China
The blog of a sci-fi author who’s been living in China for eight years. If you’re looking for the perspective of someone operating in the literary field in China, this is the blog to check out.
Chachin’ Ain’t Easy
The personal blog of Sascha Matuszak, an American living in Shanghai who’s written extensively about China politics, culture and happenings. Features short stories in addition to blog posts about his life in Shanghai, raising his first son.
Tom’s China Blog
Tom authors a blog about learning Chinese, getting acclimated to Chinese culture, and teaching English in Xi’an.
Natalie Goes to Macau
Natalie is in Macau! She writes about what her life is like and includes photos and information on what the day to day routine is like in the former Portugese colony of Macau.
Borrowed Culture is the blog of a “Young graduate on the quest to understand China”. Here you’ll find blog posts on culture, politics and lifestyle of a foreigner abroad.
Abbey & Botts in Chengdu
Abbey and Botts have recently moved to Chengdu and have been blogging about their adventures in the Sichuan capital ever since.
Life Behind the Wall
Life Behind the Wall shares the experiences of a Black-American woman married to a Chinese man 14 years younger than her. They live together in Zhejiang Province China and publish content about the various adventures of their life with humor. It is educational and entertaining.
You’re Not From Around Here, Are You?
You’re Not From Around Here is the personal blog of an English traveler who after traveling, working and volunteering around the world (reaching over 80 countries), has settled in China.
Writer, Traveler, Tea Drinker.
I am a writer, traveler, and tea drinker. I spent 10 idyllic years in a small New Hampshire town until the call of the road was too loud to ignore. I came to China and ever since my first day I wake up excited for the day ahead of me and I go to sleep with a big smile on my face. It has been a long time since I’ve been like that.
Paige and Places
Paige Hulsey graduated from Drake University, double majoring in Broadcast News and Rhetoric. Living in China, she is a foreign language expert at Tianjin Normal University. This blog contains observations of this communist country that at the strangest times finds a way to be a bit charming. It’s a quirky charm. Rarely tangible. Often fleeting. Usually backwards. And unique as unique can possibly be. But charming.
My adventures as I follow my dreams to China. I’m living in China studying Chinese, but unlike your average college student, I am 40.
David S. Willis
The personal blog of author, editor and publisher, David S. Wills, who currently resides in Hefei, Anhui Province.