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Interview: Experiences of Black Teachers in China

Monaye, Amirah, J’Lynn, and Mathapelo are all Black English teachers in China. They are all American except Mathapelo, who is South African. And with nothing but a couple of suitcases, a passport, and a...
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48 Hours in Beijing: What to See and Do

When you work full time, you know the struggle of making every second of vacation time count. With a city as massive and diverse as Beijing, designing your itinerary can be a challenge. Between...

Irwin Chan’s Tips for Photographing the Architecture of Hong Kong

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Irwin Chan loves the diversity of his home city: the way Chinese tradition mixes with Western influence. Irwin explains that this mixture creates the best of both worlds,...
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The Sleeping Giant: Chinese Street Photography

“Erm, this is not what it looked like on Google!” The bright neon lights of Fenghuang’s nightlife had taken over, giving the famous Chinese karaoke bars the go ahead to turn up the music and...

Learning from Locals: Shanghai to San Francisco

Shanghai’s buildings can seem oppressive in their vastness. Lining the streets like cold mountains, the grey sky makes it almost claustrophobic at times. Other days, when the sun is out and the clouds are...
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A LGBTQ Guide to Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a complicated city by nature, with a twisting and turning history that is still unfolding before the eyes of the world today. But make no mistake, it is also one of...
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The Best Places to Travel to in September

September has officially arrived, and depending on which hemisphere you’re in, you’ll either be welcoming the autumnal shades of early fall or crawling out of your winter-blues hibernation to the promise of clear spring...

A Guide to Hong Kong’s Southern District

Despite its reputation for being intensely urban, Hong Kong is still home to an abundance of natural calm. One of the best places to find a quiet break from the city center is in...
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The Third Pole Thaw: The Climate Crisis You’ve Never Heard Of

When we talk about climate change, we tend to focus on rising sea levels, extreme temperatures, abnormal weather, and melting glaciers at the poles. Mostly, we hear warnings about the threats facing island systems...

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