Jim plays harmonica and can make $100 a day busking. Elias sings poetry but can’t read or write. Both live in Melbourne, both are homeless.
How sleeping in Hong Kong’s airport saved me money and hassles and provided an unsolicited form of entertainment.
Feel like you’re being followed through the world by a fog of funk? How to get a stinking travel companion to pick up the underused reins of personal hygiene before it destroys you both.
Has the McDonald’s/ Yum Brands “rotten meat” food quality and safety scandal really scared the Chinese away from Western fast food?
How fishermen on Xiamen island use electricity to catch fish.
After years of traveling in China, I stepped up to the boarding gate for my train and found myself in line alone. Trains going south from Shanghai were cancelled because of a typhoon.
I walked into a McDonald’s in Shanghai and was told they din’t have any food. Here’s what happened.
Riding through the extremes of life on the Banjarmasin canals.