An interesting contraption to capture flies at a bakery in Kinmen.
Lawrence Hamiliton lives the true China expat experience, which is some strange stalemate between the contending forces of being repelled and held captivated.
Laowai Comics is a web comic that shows all aspects of the China experience. This week's installment shows just how frightening a Laowai can be.
David Fegan plots a course of learning, observation, and experience through South America.
The story of going out into the Bolivian desert to meet the makers of the film, Juana Guerillera de la Patria Grande.
The allure of cosplay in China.
Wade on the path to Singapore, Batam, and Malaysia.
Miners protest and shut down the streets of Tupizia, Bolivia.
Laowai Comics is a biweekly comic about all aspects of life in China. In this week's installment the Laowai gets strategic with elimination communication.
Spending hours scouring towns for the cheapest hotel possible is no longer worth it. I have other things to do.
Traveling through old China on Taiwan's Lesser Kinmen Island.
Laowai Comics shows all aspects of the expat experience in China. This week's installment features the opening of the September floodgates . . .
Traveling by boat through Argentina's Paraná Delta.
Israelis have a reputation and tendency of traveling in large packs. So large, in fact, that they sometimes take over entire towns. This is why you should accept reality for what it is, realize that the world of travel has changed, and love the Israeli mob.
My first book, Ghost Cities of China, is set to come out in April of 2015. It's being published in Zed Books' Asian Arguments series.
The countries that want Americans, and those that don't.
Cross-Straits relations continue improving between the PRC and the ROC as the "One Country, Two Governments" policy is becoming a reality. There is only one major reminder of the days when these two political entities were arch-enemies: the giant signs on Xiamen and Kinmen's Dadan Island.