Here is a list of books that I enjoyed and recommend.Read MoreMy Book List on China and Asia
We had such a nice time in Beijing. It is so different from other cities in China, like Xiamen or Shanghai. The history from the Ming and Qing dynasties is so present there.Read MoreBeijing – The Door to China History
Small open shops, retailers in their shop, selling their merchandise but also living right there, on the street: cooking, eating, drinking tea, watching TV, playing cards or checkers, even doing school homework. That’s real China.Read MoreStreet Life Photography
Dreaming of following the Olympic Torch on the Silk RoadRead MoreOn the Silk Road
The intricacy of the relationships between China and Taiwan shows its little head even in subjects like the road taken by the Olympic Torch Relay on its way to Beijing next year!Read MoreChina-Taiwan Intricacies!
In the few days we spent on the Malaysian island of Borneo, I have done some of the most exotic things I have done in my entire life. A few of them could be easily added to a top 10 list!Read MoreVery Exotic Malaysia
Old Malay houses at the Bonton resort in Langkawi Island, Malaysia. That special place, a small resort (12 rooms) is composed of old Malay houses, 120 to 150 years old, on stilts, made of nice tropical dark wood and nice carvings.Read MoreOld Malay Houses on Langkawi Island
An unexpected day in Singapore, an island nation, at the tip of the Malay Peninsula, Malaysia, and the smallest country in Southeast Asia.Read MoreDehli? Oups, no… Singapore!
There is a nice little restaurant, close to where we live in Xiamen, called Know How.Read MorePrivate Room at Know How Restaurant
I have been reading a few books about China.Read MoreBooks on China