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  • Laowai Not: Beijing is a good start

    Having only been in Beijing for three months, part-time English teacher Joseph has already come to appreciate many different aspects of Chinese culture. We sat down with Joseph to talk about what attracted him to Beijing, his love for Chinese culture and his work, and what he plans to do in the near future. ...

  • Laowai Not: Beijing rhythm inspires artist's creation

    Nathan is an art teacher at an international school in Beijing and an amateur artist in spare time. Living in China changed the way Nathan draws and paints. He is inspired by the people, the movement, and the rhythm in Beijing.

  • Laowai Not: From singer to host

    Anzelika came to live in Beijing around four years ago, and she has been living in China for more than seven years.

  • Laowai Not: My life with yoga

    It's been six years since Polish girl Malgo came to Beijing. Interestingly, her original plan was to stay for only four months. When asked the reason for her extend stay, Malgo told us that she was attracted by the buzz and vividness of this metropolis, and she's satisfied with everything in her life that her only dream is to live the way she lives right now. ...

  • Laowai Not: Sweet soul

    American Tavey Lean has been in Beijing for 10 years. He is the lead singer of a band he founded called Tavey Lean and the Solid Gold Dream Machine.

  • Laowai Not: My Gay Marriage

    One year ago, they tied the knot in York, Smith’s hometown, with more than 100 guests, including Eddy’s parents and one of his cousins.

  • Laowai Not: Casablanca

    Badr Benjelloun, from Morocco, has been in Beijing for 11 years now and owns two bars in the city. His bars are known for their rum cocktails and Moroccan food, as well as all kinds of sports games.

  • Laowai Not: Off the wall

    Fenwick-Ross, who loves hockey with passion, says it is not only the sports itself that attracts him, but also the fact that the hockey community in Beijing makes him feel like part of a big family. He helps to organize snowboarding events in Beijing as well.

  • Laowai Not: Slappin' da bass!

    Scott Slepicka is originally from Minnesota. He has only been in China for over a year, but already felt a strong sense of belonging to his new home.

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