I just finished up my first book tour and my first book, Ghost Cities of China, was officially released.
A unique theory on combating the blandness of globalization: psychedelic music. With an added playlist for your listening pleasure.
Extensively cancelled and delayed flights gave rise to angry mobs in Pudong.
It appears as if I may have been the recipient of a joke on behalf of China's internet censors.
I will be doing a series of events about China's ghost cities this month. Here's where I will be speaking and when.
My daughter was given a school assignment to draw a picture of her home. How would she do this?
An interview with a protester at the #ParisMarch that was recently held in response to the Charlie Hebdo attack in France.
An on the ground description of the recent Right2Water protest in Ireland, describing how serious this issue actually is.
A firsthand account of the events that occurred this New Year's celebration on the Bund in Shanghai.
Why would this shop intentionally invert their sign? Was it lost in translation or was there a clever reason?
Wade makes his way from Hong Kong to Indonesia and muses over the emotions that come with travel.
It is the differences in culture and perception that makes traveling so fascinating.
There has been much controversy over Sony's "The Interview," with Seth Rogen and James Franco, but what do South Korean people really think about the film?
Ghost Cities of China is can now be pre-ordered through Amazon. This is what I've been working on for the past two years.
While a trip to a major tourist attraction is a costly splurge for many tourists sites around the globe, at least in China a tourist is still given a proper ticket.
How a flashlight imprisoned and then aided two carefree adventurer's escape from Sucre's Sietes Cascadas.
Lawrence Hamilton touches on the aspect of China that seems to keep so many travelers netted for so long. For all the things that China is, one thing that it surely isn't is boring.
A new cafe with an attention grabbing name just opened in Xiamen. An obtuse marketing ploy or lost in translation?