Category Archive: Festive

12 Day Countdown to Christmas, Day 3 – The Right Accessory

Sometimes all you need is the right accessory to turn your ordinary China-red sweater into a festive-appearing look: In this case the right accessory is a green and red bike, which renders this… Continue reading

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12 Day Countdown to Christmas, Day 2 – Seeing Green and Red

So the reason why this 12 Days ’til Christmas Countdown is going to be relatively easy to complete this year is because I recently realized [even though it seems blatantly obvious now] that… Continue reading

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12 Day Countdown to Christmas, Day 1 – The Fabric Market

Last year in December, when I was just kicking this blog off, I promised to make 7 posts in 7 days that were all related to Christmas… well this year, with almost 20,000… Continue reading

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The Tibetan Minority, South Bund

While Christmas shopping for my friends and family back home in the good ol’ USA, I had the pleasure of running into a Tibetan woman hawking her wares… …Although her clothes weren’t the… Continue reading

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Literally Violent(ly in Love?), Guangzhou

I totally forgot about this picture I took in Guangzhou that I was saving for Halloween when I did my wrap-up post yesterday, so here is the Chinese girl who will literally “HUNT… Continue reading

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Shanghai’s First Fashion’s Night Out, Xin Tian Di

Last year China’s official FNO was in Beijing (as Vogue is based there), but this year China’s most stylish Gen Y-ers flocked to Infinity Plaza in Shanghai for the shopping portion of the… Continue reading

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Sunny Wednesday, Xin Tian Di

The sun finally came out today after two weeks of acidic drizzle and downpours, and there wasn’t a better way to start this sunny day than to see this lovely lady riding down… Continue reading

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Their Easter Best, French Concession

Happy Easter everyone!! Even though it wasn’t the same without family, at least Chinese people put on what seemed to be their Sunday best to brighten up my day. For example, this lovely… Continue reading

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Chinese Christmas People’s Parade, Xin Tian Di

I don’t know why these Chinese people were wearing red tops and green(?) hats, but it made them the perfect subjects for this week’s Christmas-themed posts. I think they discovered they were late… Continue reading

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