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Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Mosuo Tribe

The Mosuo Tribe; Progressive or Oppressive?

A common trend dominating pop culture of the West is the emergence of exclusively women-only groups, who refer to themselves as...
ant tribe

Lost Youth; The Ant Tribe & its Economic Trap

Each morning, they march to work, in coffee shops, training centres, import/export companies, hairdressers, even art galleries, and then, plain old...

Splitting the Moon in Half; Bridge on the River ’Huai

There are just two National 5A Level Tourist Attractions in Nanjing, the somewhat obvious Dr. Sun Yat-Sen’s Mausoleum, and the Confucius...

Building Bridges; the Logical Us-Them Choice

Observing current affairs in today’s China, one comes across the term, “Bridging the Gap”, quite often. While this is in no way...
Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge

Something Old, Something New; A Tale of Two Bridges

Today, Nanjing’s Yangtze River Bridge, the pride of the nation, is preparing for a grand reopening, 2018 being its 50th anniversary,...

Out of My Element; and Thrown in China’s

Every one who comes to China has some sort of reason for being here. Some are saving money, some...

Qigong; the Next Big Thing

Abilify (aripiprazole) is a drug that is subscribed to patients who suffer from suicidal thoughts; here’s the company’s warning list at the...
empathy

Little Emperor Syndrome; China’s Empathy or Lack Thereof

Without empathy, we would be robots, merely existing without the ability to connect. Sure, parents would still take care of their children and we...
empathy

A Walk in Their Shoes; China & the World’s Empathy Paradox

Imagine it’s Sunday afternoon, you exit Suguo with your week’s worth of groceries dangling off your arms. You stand at the intersection watching the...
empathy

No Empathy nor Sympathy in Foreign Cultures

A satirical play was performed live in Nanjing, during the month of May. Alleged to be the first cross-cultural and bilingual play ever performed...
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