Jarrod Howard (What’s it like to live in China?)

Jarrod Howard is a kindergarten teacher in Austin, Texas. A long-time resident of The Lone Star State, Howard grew up in Beeville, a quaint town near the Mexican border that boasts a population of just under 13,000 people.   “There is nothing there,” Howard says of his hometown. “We got a Chili’s back in 2006,... Continue Reading →

Belle Allen

Not everyone who goes to China loves their experience.  For example, I always thought it was harder for western women to find the same levels of enjoyment as their male counterparts because China, and Asia on the whole, isn’t geared toward women.  In my experience, much of what I experienced was catered to my gaze,... Continue Reading →

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