Linda Goes East

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Do You Suffer From Cultural Fatigue?

Cultural fatigue can be defined as a state of being where the small, adverse intricate of the culture begin to bother you out of reasonable proportion after living in another country for an extended amount of time. – Vagabond Journey The recent article published on Vagabondjourney.com on “What is Cultural Fatigue” inspired me to write this post because […] Read more…

[GUEST POST] Etiquette for a Traditional Chinese Wedding

The first guest post of 2015 is from the writers from Love Asian Women. They write about dating and marriage in Asia and, following my own “Engagement Diary Part 1“, they share their etiquette tips for a traditional Chinese wedding today! Unfortunately I won’t wear a beautiful red Chinese dress for my Korean/German/American wedding but more on […] Read more…

[VLOG] Conquer the Great Wall or Die Tryin’

Here’s the video of how Jeongsu and I “conquered” the Great Wall… We barely made it to the 4th Tower… However, we went there in the beginning of January and there were very few people which was great! If you want to know how to get to the Great Wall section near Beijing, click here and […] Read more…

5 Must-Have Chinese Apps For Expats in China

I discovered that living in China can be so much easier with the following 5 must-have apps! Shopping, navigation, language or entertainment – these Chinese apps are absolutely essential when living in China and every China expatriat should have them downloaded on their phone! Taobao Taobao is China’s no. 1 online shop where you can buy […] Read more…

2014 Recap: Did I Keep My 2014 Resolutions?

2014 was definitely a great year for me. Lots of things happened: I moved back to China, traveled to Korea two times and got engaged to my Korean boyfriend Jeongsu! In the beginning of the year, I set myself several goals I wanted to achieve throughout the year. Were I able to keep to my […] Read more…

[VLOG] Quanjude’s Peking Duck in Beijing

This week will be all about Beijing! Jeongsu and I had a great time in Beijing last weekend and we took lots of pictures and videos for you guys! Today will start off with one of the best places to eat in Beijing! Jeongsu and I are the biggest foodies ever. We enjoy food and […] Read more…

A Guide for Chinese International Students

This week’s guest post is from my dear Changsha friend Liam who lived all his live in China up until this year in August, when he decided to fulfill his dream and move abroad for getting his Master’s degree in Canada. It’s his first time ever to be abroad and outside of China. In this […] Read more…

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