Andy Boreham

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Stand up and be counted: Expats playing a role in the new census - China Opinion
Opinion

Stand up and be counted: Expats playing a role in the new census

This year, foreigners living in Shanghai are required to take part in the national census, and it's more important than ever to be counted.
Beneath the Great Wall: How this tiny village's fresh makeover is putting it back on the map - China Nation News
Nation

Beneath the Great Wall: How this tiny village's fresh makeover is putting it back on the map

In 2018, a poverty alleviation project began in the village, with the lofty goal of not only fixing the place up, but increasing the overall livelihoods of the 800 citizens.
Visiting home still off the cards for most expats as COVID-19 drags on - China Opinion
Opinion

Visiting home still off the cards for most expats as COVID-19 drags on

As foreigners living in Shanghai, there're lots we can do if we get a bit homesick.
Whether you travel or chill, don't forget to eat a moon cake in Golden Week - China Opinion
Opinion

Whether you travel or chill, don't forget to eat a moon cake in Golden Week

We're about to enjoy eight days off as two of China's annual holidays fall at the same time on October 1. But what are these two holidays all about?
Meet the Australian whose Chinese song is hitting the right notes online - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Meet the Australian whose Chinese song is hitting the right notes online

Hazza is a blond-haired, blue-eyed Australian. He recently sang a Chinese song, which has attracted lots of listens and even made it onto some music charts.
What we can do as customers to make food delivery riders' jobs safer - China Opinion
Opinion

What we can do as customers to make food delivery riders' jobs safer

There are some small things we can do, as customers, to make life for delivery riders safer and easier until the industry starts to value their safety, and their sanity.
Nong who? Learning Shanghainese in a city dominated by Mandarin - China Opinion
Opinion

Nong who? Learning Shanghainese in a city dominated by Mandarin

Shanghainese isn't a popular language for official study, and majority of the students at LTL Mandarin are foreigners. I became one of them to try my hand at the local dialect.
'The Eight Hundred' turns museum into Shanghai's newest hotspot - China Opinion
Opinion

'The Eight Hundred' turns museum into Shanghai's newest hotspot

My usually quiet street has suddenly become a tourist attraction, with throngs of wide eyes eagerly taking in a sight that few seemed interested in barely a week ago ...
Waste not, want not: Do singles face a tougher battle over food waste? - China Opinion
Opinion

Waste not, want not: Do singles face a tougher battle over food waste?

What will you change in order to waste less food?
The birds and the bees: sweet life making honey in a Chinese village - China Opinion
Opinion

The birds and the bees: sweet life making honey in a Chinese village

Dong Yufu and Gao Shufen have been married for 52 years, but their life got a lot sweeter after Dong started raising honeybees following his retirement four years ago.
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