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Posts Tagged ‘Being Different in the Peoples Republic of China’

Traces of Progress: High Employment and Leisure

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Stuff People in America Might Sue Over! Round 3

We could have let this one slide on account of the slight differences: the stars on the red band, the elliptical shape of the medal, and the one red dangling ribbon replacing one of the blues. But the spirit of PBR is undeniably there. This Chinese beer is clearly attempting to nudge in on Pabst’s […]


When in China… Gawk as the Chinese Gawk!

Write it off as a side-effect of decades of isolation? Preposterous! The International Herald Tribune’s Vivian Toy, a Chinese American, recently published this article about her experience visiting China with her children who are half-white half-Chinese. Toy’s scattered story of a defensive American mother reacting to Chinese people being Chinese also offers short notes on […]