5 Things You Should Buy When in Korea

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Back in Time: Korea 100 Years Ago

Lesezeit: 3 Minuten A few months back I posted a series of photos about China in the 1800s and 1900s. I am a huge photography and history fan and so I decided to do the same thing with photos from Korea! Korea has a very interesting history and undergone a huge transformation: the Korean Ware, separation between North…

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The Perks of Traveling as an Intercultural Couple

Lesezeit: 3 Minuten I am a passionate solo female traveler but I also enjoy traveling with my better half. It’s always nice to be able to see different places and enjoy some quality time together. While traveling together, I also realized some distinct advantages when traveling as an intercultural couple. Here are the perks of traveling as an…

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Polyglottes Lernen: Ähnliche Wörter in Chinesisch und Koreanisch

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Differences Between China and Korea

Lesezeit: 4 Minuten Now that I’m only a few weeks away from going back to Korea to visit my boyfriend Jeongsu, I started thinking about some major differences between China and South Korea. Even though they are both Asian countries and located pretty close to each other, you would think the two countries must be pretty similar. Indeed,…

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Chinese Words That Should Be Used in Other Languages As Well

Lesezeit: 3 Minuten Since I moved back to China, my Chinese has gotten better and better. Being the only foreigner in my company and almost only hanging out with Chinese people made me speak the language on a different level than before. When I speak English or German again, though, I sometimes like to use certain Chinese words…

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Why You Should Move To A New City Where You Don’t Know A Single Soul

Lesezeit: 6 Minuten A while ago, I read an article published by Elite Daily called “Why You Should Move To A New City Where You Don’t Know A Single Soul”. The title seemed very intriguing and spoke to me. I had just, again, moved to a place I didn’t know anyone a few months ago and wanted to…

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Chinese Hair Made Into Bread?

Lesezeit: 2 Minuten Fact: A common ingredient in breads is derived from human hair harvested in China. If you read the ingredients label on a loaf of bread, you will usually find an ingredient listed there as L-cysteine. This ingredient is a non-essential amino acid which is added to many baked goods as a dough conditioner. This speeds up…

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10 Reasons Why I Love China

Lesezeit: 3 Minuten A lot of people I met during my time here in the US ask me what I want to do when I am graduating in March and when I say I am going back to live in China some of them ask why. That’s why I decided to write a post about my top 10…

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Heyuan: One of China’s Hidden Treasures

Lesezeit: 4 Minuten Since China is such a huge country, there are thousands of unique places to travel to. From the big cultural sights in Beijing and Xi’an over great landscape in Guilin and Yangshuo to developed metropoles like Shenzhen: The Middle Kingdom offers something for everyone. However, there is one place that unites culture, landscape and city…

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The Pros and Cons of Being a Western Woman in China

Lesezeit: 5 Minuten Even though there’s already many blog posts about this topic, I would also like to share my personal experience about being a Western women in China. As Sara Jaaksola described in her blog post “Being a Western Woman in China”, there’s not a lot of foreign women living in China, or at least in our Chinese…

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