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  • Laowai Not: Passion for motorcycling

    Clay has a passion for motorcycles since a young age. One of the main goals for him to come to China was to ride a motorcycle in the country. Now he has a motorcycle club in Beijing.

  • Laowai Not: My journey to the west

    Zach was born in Washington D.C. and has been studying in China for 18 months. Before heading back to the US to attend college, the 19-year-old went on a motorcycle journey in China.

  • Laowai Not: New York drummer in Beijing

    Kris has been in Beijing for about four years, and it took only four years to transform this New Yorker into a Beijinger.

  • Laowai Not: "It was hard to fail in China"

    James is the founder of TED x Beijing, a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. James has been doing TED x Beijing for two years now, he said he had learned a lot himself during this period of time. As he understands more about China, James said it was hard to fail in China. ...

  • Laowai Not: One flew over the Great Wall

    Daniel Heath, an Australian came to China four years ago, now works as a pilot for Capital Helicopters.This is his story.


    Mariano Larrain Hurtado, who is from Chile, opened a wine cellar in Beijing three years ago.

  • Laowai Not: Martin Papp's tea

    Martin Papp, an American who has been in China for six years, owns a tea shop in Sanlitun area. The reason he opened the outlet was because he loves tea with passion and wants more young people to share his passion, after all China produces great tea.

  • Laowai Not: The wonderful world of music

    Born in Russia, having lived in Europe, and now feeling at home in Beijing, Maria Nauen made it her goal to unite the worlds of both professional and amateur musicians together to create an orchestra unique not only to Beijing, but also to all of China.

  • Laowai Not: China is my home

    Gireesh, from India, 10 years in China. Gireesh runs Punjabi Indian restaurant in Solana Beijing and he considers China his home.

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