We have our resident blogger on the evils of racism, but I’m not going to put that much effort into it, so just a Discussion. For me to enter a club in Worcester means that I get stared at, at…Continue
Someone I respect once described SZStuff as "the most troll-friendly site he'd ever been on".I have had a pleasant few days with the forum behaving more like a forum. Some interesting Discussions…Continue
For me I have had the career and family – both still continuing – so my life doesn’t really need to “go” anywhere. I have enough money to last the rest of my life and my main interests are in seeing…Continue
Important question,As the title.........PS Any girl who manages to include me in either category gets a free dinner and a big kiss.PPS Thanks to Bunny for giving me the plagiaristic idea.Continue
I notice that there are none of our standard discussions showing right now so let's talk about playboys again - ready Kami? One in particular - that Mike61 guy.In my days as a moderator [retired for…Continue
OK, if you're looking for marriage then that narrows the field down a bit, but what if you're looking to develop yourself and have a good time?Advantages of married guys:....Don't get ridiculous…Continue
A friend of mine has a few sex toys and may have a male friend staying in her flat for a while - some of the time when she would be out at work. I asked if he would approve of them and she said that…Continue
In particular, do you take into account the probabilities of natural disasters? I’m not talking about the people who were born and grew up there, but we mobiles who choose where we live to some…Continue
You have been left a million in the will of a rich uncle, but there are conditions. You are only allowed two choices about how to spend it:1 Buy an apartment for 0.7million, a car for 0.2million and…Continue
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My son Chris and his friend Matt visited during August and our first trip was to Anhui. We took the train up from SZ North to Huangshan Station [actually it’s Tunxi and quite a distance from the actual mountain] and stayed there for a couple of nights.
The Laojie area is good, but quite crowded and people eat early. By the time we were in a restaurant about 8 o’clock most of the famous local dishes had sold out. The next day we toured in a taxi visiting Chengkan, Zilusi Hong Village…Continue
My daughter has been visiting China with her partner and was spending the last few days in HK showing him where she was born and grew up. Coincidentally those were the first four days of the HK Book Fair, so I spent a lot of time there.
It was much bigger than I expected and much more crowded too. …Continue
My landlord for the past twelve years has decided to sell the flat and so I have had to move. I wanted to stay in the same general area so I could carry on using the same shops and services – ones that do what I want and can understand what I call Chinese. So we searched over a couple of weekends and decided, in the end, to stay In Weipeng Gardens. The first choice was the 28th floor of Block 3 – slightly larger than my current place and with some nice features, but negotiations…Continue
The Chinese have appropriated many foreign festivals, such as Halloween, Thanksgiving and many Valentine's Days. However, they still don't seem to celebrate the 25th May - Towel Day.
As I walked around on that day I saw precisely nobody else flaunting their towels. So, next year, I suggest a mass towelling event when we can explain to the people the significance and how it should be celebrated.
If you observed it this year then please add your pics here.…
In dear old Weipeng Gardens it’s foreigner hassling time again. So, after a long day in Guangzhou, the not-so-nice policemen bang on the door loudly to show that they are serious. “Passport” they say which turned out to be their only word of English, so I handed them my passport and APEC Card. They gave back the card immediately and started examining the passport, but could find no visa and so were baffled. I pointed out that there were about 25 pages of entry and exit stamps and gave them…Continue