aparallellee

In a parallel world, there is a parallel me. If you have any questions regarding China, leave it here and we may find the answer together.

Chinese soy sauce misery busted: Shengchou and Laochou, which is the right one?

Soy sauce is almost essential in Chinese cooking. Whether you are frying dishes such as Kung Pao chicken, Ants climbing a tree, fried rice and mapo tofu or making the … Continue reading

March 15, 2016 · Leave a comment

These simple sketches have touched millions of people

Many people these days may not have to come across this horror – travelling to a country on their own without knowing the local language, especially when the country doesn’t … Continue reading

February 22, 2016 · Leave a comment

China surviving guide: hospital

I came across Tom in London. He spent 4 years working as an English teacher in China from 2011. He shared with me his first experience seeing a doctor in a local hospital in 瑞安 (Ruian) which made me feel that I have to write this guide.

August 6, 2015 · Leave a comment

11 Things Show You How Different Christmas Can Be In China

Christmas in China is a totally different festival… Yes, as a Chinese guy who has been living in the UK for more than a year, I can guarantee you that. … Continue reading

December 25, 2014 · Leave a comment

翻译:【Noah Veltman的午餐会】Excel vs. Database

一直以来,Excel都不被看好,但它其实是非常灵活强大多功能的软件。

便于浏览数据
手动输入和编辑数据很简单
分享复制备份很方便
你能够较好地控制它的显示
结构灵活,每个单元格都是独立且唯一的
能够和其他office软件集成通用
可以用公式让数据文档成为实时文档
内置图表、评论和拼写查错等功能
相对易学

October 21, 2014 · Leave a comment

A mainland dude’s researching journey in Taiwan (1) – reflection on my film and dissertation

Having grown up in China, I have my perception of Taiwan from television shows, the internet and state-owned or government-owned news media. I have never seen Taiwan as a very … Continue reading

September 6, 2014 · Leave a comment

The stopped newspaper, the endless news 停刊的报纸,不停的新闻

This is a piece I wrote as a little tribute to our MA International Journalism project newspaper Wales Weekly which we stopped updating in May. Like I said, “thanks again … Continue reading

July 15, 2014 · Leave a comment