Here are our ‘Top Ten Chinese Phrases’ that help us navigate our way through living in China.
I cook most days and immerse myself in the culture elsewhere.
One of the biggest hurdles I faced when moving to China was the food. It sounds ridiculous, I know.
Preferably somewhere where they speak more English, and Pizza is more readily available.
If you didn’t already know, Chinese cities are categorised into ‘tiers’. There are four tiers in the system, all of which are assessed and placed depending on population, politics, and gross domestic product.
Standing side by side, curious eyes would inadvertently dart up and down, from my bare legs to Menna’s hair. Up down. Up down. Up down.
Menna and I agree on very little. She loves selfies, I love seclusion. She loves pineapple on pizza. I love pineapple far from pizza. She insists on dinner before eight. I insist on after eights for dinner.
…the sounds, sights, colours, commuters, food, and fast paced life.
The urge to share and detail our experiences in China was a fundamental reason for setting up this blog. But if you’ve read our previous blog, ‘Last Minute Joe’, then you’ll have realised that we’re six months into our time abroad.
My Mum will take any opportunity to assert the infamous saying, ‘Last Minute Joe’.
I believe the phrase ‘Last Minute Joe’, or LMJ for short, was coined by my very own Mum as a way to not so subtly prod at my inability to complete tasks in good time.