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littlemissmoo on littlemissmoo 's blog Death of a Coffee Shop(3 comments) Mar 25,2014 15:49
Always ask. One day you may just get an answer, and that feels like a blessing. Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on littlemissmoo 's blog Alien Transport Countdown(7 comments) Mar 12,2014 10:09
Definitely worth it for the sense of freedom it gives you. I am already trying to figure out how I"m going to get mine back to London…Lithium batteries don't travel well. Good luck out West! Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on littlemissmoo 's blog Alien Transport Countdown(7 comments) Mar 11,2014 16:09
Thank you Coineineagh. I wouldn't take my blogs too seriously - just using some artistic licence (or exaggeration). Chun Yun is often referred to as largest annual movement of people (not all creatures as you so rightly point out). I'm sure there are probably larger migration of butterflies, birds or something. Feel ... Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on news China Goes Soft: Understanding China’s Use of Soft Power(15 comments) Mar 07,2014 18:48
An interesting choice of photo to illustrate an article about China's cultural influence. The Beijing Grand Theatre was designed by a Frenchman. Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on news 2 RMB For Guangzhou’s Water Bus(1 comments) Feb 19,2014 11:41
This new boat is great, though the routes are not entirely clear for foreigners (only in characters). Perfect if you have visitors to Guangzhou as you can take them on a cruise from the quay just near Canton Tower all the way to Shamian Island. Very smart inside with golden chairs and purple velvet... Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on littlemissmoo 's blog Alien Transport Countdown(7 comments) Feb 17,2014 18:20
So far so good. Rumours are that if your e-bike has pedals (so you can at least pretend that you're pedalling) and is limited to 15 Km/H (mine does 30) then you are OK. Back in the summer, the police had a crackdown and confiscated bikes in Haizhu (a district in Guangzhou). The owners reacted by surrounding the ... Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on littlemissmoo 's blog My life as an Alien - The Intro(12 comments) Oct 17,2013 10:00
Thank you for persevering! There are definitely some technical kinks on the website. As a beginner blogger, it is really motivating and encouraging to get comments. Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on news 10 Habits I Picked Up in China That I'll (Probably) Keep for Life(60 comments) Oct 17,2013 09:00
To add to the list - using toothpicks at the end of a meal. I always wondered what those little sticks were for. Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on news Top 8 Sounds in China that Drive Expats Insane (38 comments) Oct 11,2013 21:15
It's a good explanation (or excuse). On a first class carriage to Hong kong, I assumed most of the people around me weren't "villagers". I've also travelled to much less developed countries where the standard of social etiquette (both in countryside and cities) was significantly higher. Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on news Top 8 Sounds in China that Drive Expats Insane (38 comments) Oct 05,2013 18:10
On trains: Loud earth rumbling snores - within seconds of pulling out of the station…oh to be able to fall asleep so fast and blissfully unaware of anyone or anything The electronic soundtrack of someone else having fun (on the latest computer game) The sounds of nails being clipped - followed by the thought of ... Full Comment>>
littlemissmoo on littlemissmoo 's blog My life as an Alien - The Intro(12 comments) Sep 23,2013 14:31
Hi Bayuvar139. Thanks for reading and for the encouragement! Re your comment, I'm living in Guangzhou where I more commonly hear the Cantonese slang phrase Gwai (or Gwei) Lo (鬼佬;). Mandarin speakers elsewhere might use Lao Wai (老外) which is probably the closest translation for Alien. I haven't heard Lao Gui yet? ... Full Comment>>
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