Home » Archive

Articles tagged with: blog carnival

Carnival »

[21 Oct 2010 | Comments Off on China Carnival #19: Fengshui, Carbon Tax | 678 views]
China Carnival #19: Fengshui, Carbon Tax

Welcome to the October 21, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have two posts today. One listed 40 books from which we could learn about “Feng Shui”. The other talked about China’s carbon emission and related environmental economics.

Please enjoy~

Carnival »

[20 Sep 2010 | Comments Off on China Carnival #18: Russian Doll, Dream, Instruments | 1,048 views]
China Carnival #18: Russian Doll, Dream, Instruments

Welcome to the September 20, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have four posts today. Kai talked about his/her China experiences; Gary wrote an interesting post about a Russian doll square in China. Athena have two more posts about Chinese instruments. Please enjoy~

Carnival »

[19 Aug 2010 | Comments Off on China Carnival #17: Great Wall, Acupuncture, Instruments… | 513 views]
China Carnival #17: Great Wall, Acupuncture, Instruments…

Welcome to the August 19, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have seven submissions this time. Actually Athena Goodlight submitted four posts but I could only take two for one carnival. Thank her and everyone for your enthusiastic participation. Enjoy the posts!

Carnival »

[19 Jul 2010 | Comments Off on China Carnival #16: Qigong, Martial Arts, Go China | 1,386 views]
China Carnival #16: Qigong, Martial Arts, Go China

Welcome to the July 19, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have three posts today. Chris teaches us the “Secrets of Meditation and Emotional Balance”; InternalMartialArts promotes his “internal martial arts practice”; and Kai Proctor shares her/his decision to leave US and teach English in China (welcome to China, Kai!)

Carnival »

[22 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on China Carnival #15: Chinglish, High School, Mandarin | 1,992 views]
China Carnival #15: Chinglish, High School, Mandarin

Welcome to the June 22, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have three posts today. Zhu shows us her collection of entertaining Chinglish signs; Isabella have two posts, one of which talks about a general high school life in China (which does not necessarily apply to all places in China), the other shows us 100 uesful tools to learn Chinese language.