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Ava Ming: 1000 Days In China
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Snapshots and videos documenting My Life in China
Snapshots and videos documenting My Life in China

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A short post wondering why Chinese people have such a strong dislike for anything which smells fresh.

With food stalls, open restaurants, rubbish burning on the streets as well as poor sanitation in some areas, China can be a very smelly place. Curiously, the locals only seem to notice a few particular types of scent.
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Teaching English in China has been a fantastic experience, however, there are always ways to make it better.
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The Chinese government has given foreigners a reason to smile with revised and thankfully, much simpler, paperwork for living and working in China.
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Twice a year employers in China loosen the reins allowing Chinese workers to enjoy a long paid holiday. However, is the opportunity to enjoy China's marvels marred by the fact that everyone else is doing the same thing too?
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Blogging alone is like blogging in vain, according to the experts. So here's my call for other bloggers like me; Black, British and far from home. Don't leave me hanging.
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A short post wondering why Chinese people have such a strong dislike for anything which smells fresh.

With food stalls, open restaurants, rubbish burning on the streets as well as poor sanitation in some areas, China can be a very smelly place. Curiously, the locals only seem to notice a few particular types of scent.
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Twice a year employers in China loosen the reins allowing Chinese workers to enjoy a long paid holiday. However, is the opportunity to enjoy China's marvels marred by the fact that everyone else is doing the same thing too?
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Are ghost writers angels in disguise or predators taking advantage of innocent students in a strange land who are in need of a helping hand?
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I'd lived through Chinese typhoons before, but none of them sent chills down my spine like Typhoon Nida. Unlike previous storms who just brought a little extra rain and a slightly stronger wind, the mighty Typhoon Nida barrelled in and she didn't come to play.…
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