Two minutes is all it took. I needed the pictures anyway for an article. Just a few carefully-constructed shots of the dumplings.
Mark Andrews meets martini maestro and design guru Ben Woods, who is on a mission to empower – and imbibe – the next generation of middle-class Chinese.
Article about how some urban farmers are using abandoned underground structurers to grow their crops.
Article about why China is leading the world with sales of electric cars.
Canadian erhu master on his love of China’s stringed instruments and how ditching the violin made him a better musician
South China Morning Post. Why a former Red Guard now saves Chinese antiques and uses his collection to educate young people.
Why a former Red Guard now saves Chinese antiques and uses his collection to educate young people
How you always need to check racks in bookshops and newsagents for new magazines and newspapers in whichever English speaking country you visit.
How to write better travel stories so as to please both your editor and readers.
Shaun Rein’s third China book distils complicated ideas for easy reading with dialogues and case studies in each chapter, but he only quotes privileged and top-tier individuals and the book suffers from bad editing
How to double or triple your income from each article.By Mark AndrewsTravel Writers Café. September Bonus 2017Article looks at how to use foreign markets to resell your articles and so make more money from the research and effort.As the article is premium content for...
How Chinese gold miners helped build New Zealand and how discrimination drove them away
How Shanghai based tattoo master Just Shao is attracting foreigners who want to study under him
Sea Globe – Vietnam’s Unrelenting Belief in the Power of Rhino Horn
Shanghai Expat – Baby & Toddler Products
South China Morning Post – Tess Johnston