How to China: A guide to living: for foreigners by Natania McLeod Roberts

How to China: A guide to living: for foreigners

byNatania McLeod Roberts

Kobo ebook | May 29, 2017

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Travelling is one thing. Living is another.
China, is currently everyone's favorite word.  "Do you speak Asian? That's so interesting." "The great dragon has awakened." "China is a gold mine!"
Each statement evokes both excitement and fear from the perpetrator of the words. It also lacks the sentiment that behind that dragon or goldmine, are people. People who are not all going to be Jackie Chan, although while some will be, there are also options like Kungfu Panda. And then the Kungfu is often left out altogether.
Unaware of this, many will move to China risking financial ruin, gaining success beyond ones dreams where they believe they are Jackie Chan, or becoming a jaded expat. Sometimes, all of the above. So how does one balance all of this in their living in China?
HOW TO CHINA is THE guide book for this.
Initially completed in 2006 via pen and paper and use of the Vancouver library computers, How to China edited its way slowly henceforth. Now in 2017, after half a decade of direct alien-in-country contact, ten plus years of weird andriod phone texts and through dodgy language mastery; HOW TO CHINA, a guide to living, can finally be offered to those Post Olympic bunnies who wish to take a crack at playing with the dragon.

Title:How to China: A guide to living: for foreignersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 29, 2017Publisher:Natania McLeodLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0473400561

ISBN - 13:9780473400569

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