Forget everything you think you knew about China. Instead, check out these sites to know what life in China really is like and (almost) everything you’ll need to know.
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Hi My Name is Will!
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GoYvon is about Yvon’s life in China, her travels in China and her travels to other (mostly Asian) destinations.
Jenny Kumari is a Shenzhen-based Vlogger who makes videos about beauty, fashion, food and about living in China and her experiences here.
Marc n’ Mark
Marc n’ Mark follows Marc n’ Mark on their various escapades around China and Beijing.
Lena Around is a Danish girl in love with China. Her mission is to show people how cool and crazy China is. She also shares about AMWF relationships.
Black in china
This guerrilla style ethnographic series are firsthand accounts of Black people’s accounts of living in the People’s Republic of China. These members of the African Diaspora are “western” by experience, hailing from the Antigua & Barbuda, Canada, Cuba, Dominica, Equatorial Guinea, Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, the UK, the USA, and Venezuela. Their professions range from teachers, to entertainers, to entrepreneurs, all attempting to amalgamate and function to the life of the People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong. All of the participants happily shared their likes, dislikes, business experiences, and advice to provide a voice to the Black expatriate voice of China.
#asiinasia is all about Asi’s adventures in and around China.
Bill and Grace
Meet Bill; he’s a French Canadian, popcorn chicken addict with a golden touch for all things creative.
Meet Grace; she’s a Brit who’s an overly ambitious novis chef with a thing for all things true crime.
Watch them as they’re living, loving and embracing all things China, sharing their life together and with you in the city of Beijing. From places that make us never want to leave, to those that make us wanna grab the passports! From people we’ve come to call homies, to spitting neighbours we hate to love.
This Beijing-based language teacher is offering tips and advice for those who want to venture into China. Here’s a video on some dirty Chinese words.
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