Welcome Back – 欢迎回到肯尼亚

There is no better feeling than standing on home soil after a long period. The journey from Guangzhou – China to Nairobi – Kenya could’t have been more interesting especially at the baggage and customs check, but all in all am back to Kenya and it feels great. Time indeed flies and it was just…

Graduation Day – 我们毕业了

Graduation comes around once in a year in our school and today was that day. Finally after a year’s study of Chinese full dose each and every day, today we graduated. Together with the rest of Chinese students, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine was swarming in glown-clad graduants. Graduation ceremony in China is quite different…

The Ordinary Prefecture – Welcome to Changzhou

After visiting Changzhou I took back my words and have never called it “The Ordinary Prefecture” again. Changzhou is like a strong glass of concentrated Chinese culture take all in a gulp without breathing. And yes we had it all in one day. Welcome to Changzhou. The city lies some few kilometers from Nanjing so…

KTV In China – So You Think You Can Sing?

KTV or Karaoke TV is a booming industry in China which is loved by both the old and young. Forget what you knew about KTV before because the Chinese are really serious about it. Generally KTV is mainly small cubicles where groups can sing along to the music.Because of the popularity, the investments are really…

Fujian Province Tour Day 5 – WuYiShan (武夷山) to Nanjing

Today was the last day at Fujian Province as the 5-day tour came to a close. The day was very good although the morning activities were not so exiting. However the afternoon opened up really well and we went around WuYiShan doing some last minute shopping ahead of the long train ride back to Nanjing….

Fujian Province Tour Day 4 – WuYiShan (武夷山)

The Wuyi Mountains are located between Wuyishan City, Nanping prefecture in Fujian province and Wuyishan Town, at Shangrao city in Jiangxi province. The mountains have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site,for cultural, scenic, and biodiversity values since 1999. The Wuyi Mountains are the largest and most representative example of Chinese subtropical forests and South…