Monthly Archives: September 2011

Why Hot Pot Time Machine?

Ni hao, every boldy. Around the first year blogiversary I guess it would be time to explain the story of our name. In a minute. Meanwhile, Tao mio, I started to wonder how many (millions) of things happened during this … Continue reading

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Mooncake Festival Chilling

Not only the weather has cooled down a bit, we also had some nutritious (read dreaded calorie-enhancing) mooncake ice-cream made by Haagen Dazs. Especially for you, China. Were so much better than the cookies since they come, alongside the traditional ones … Continue reading

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Song of the Day – Hungarian Folk Meets Chinese Voice

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Chengdu – Volunteering at a Panda Base

More here: http://www.panda.org.cn/english/index.htm  

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Chengdu – Restaurant of Our Lives

More info here – Yu´s Family Kitchen, Chengdu. 

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Andie Bird

Allo, guys. This is my answer to all my fanatic little students who keep raving about THE app. of the year. No slingshot. Way too mundane. Birdie kind-a weird? May very well be. Alas, my world, momentarily, may also very … Continue reading

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Chengdu, May/2011

I´ve been planning to update these photos for a while. Many thanks for Edina and John for the whole weekend! Chengdu/ Sichuan Province A two-hour flight fright from Shanghai, roughly halfway to Tibet. (Return air ticket cost 170 EUR) Currently the … Continue reading

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