See also: Christmas and New Year’s In Beijing Having lived abroad more than once, I’m all too familiar with friends that come and go. When you are an expatriate living or studying abroad, wherever it may be, it is more than likely that it is not forever. You meet people, you make friends, you get close and […]
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Apparently today, 19th January is the most depressing day of the year – Blue Monday. Or at least it is claimed so by the media and pseudoscientists. I mean your life must really suck to get depressed in just under three weeks into the year! However, if it does suck indeed, here’s a little video compilation I’ve made of Chinese students at CUC making mockery of themselves. That should at least brighten up your Monday a tad bit, whether it’s blue, green or a good old Pink. Check it out:
Now think about how you would feel if you would’ve just done that on stage…
These videos, I’ve made and completely forgot about back in December are from Communication University of China, Television School Christmas Gala Event. This so called ‘carnival’ takes place every year and all students prepare performances, for which there seems to be no guidelines. It’s just foolish fun, that I found embarrassingly funny and I hope you do too!
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See also: Beijing Tourist: Tian’an Men Square & Hou Hai Lakes You can find a lot more pictures that I have uploaded to Flickr by clicking here If I was compiling a list of coldest places on earth Harbin would definitely make the cut. Although I haven’t been to many (I’m more of a sunny […]
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See also: 5 Reasons to Study Abroad in Beijing As I am defrosting from the coldest experience of my life in a city of Harbin in North Eastern China with temperatures in their twenties below zero, I’ve come to realize. Damn! It has been four months already. Four months in China that just flew by. Is it the earth […]
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See also: Halloween in Beijing When I just moved to Beijing, I was full of questions and one of them was “what about Christmas in Beijing.” They don’t celebrate was the most frequent answer. As a country where religion is pretty much banned (literally) it comes as no surprise. However, religion is only one of […]
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See also: Is it me or is it Beijing? It has been a while since my last post and no I did not have a ‘Movember’ gone wrong. I’m certain I couldn’t pull it off and would choose an alternative charitable cause. ‘Fanuary’ perhaps, if only I had one.. November has been an eventful month […]
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See also: Christmas and New Year’s in Beijing I don’t know about you, but judging by my Facebook News Feed Halloween is most definitely on steroids this year! Or is it just me? I love Halloween. If it’s not steroids, then maybe its me missing it too much. As well as having yet another reason […]
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