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  • Chengdu’s nightlife and culture
  • Chengdu’s Tiger Lily By: Daniel Otero There’s one unique truth for a foreigner living in China, it’s living for the weekend and its nightlife. For most, it’s a walk to the bar to have a night out with the ‘fellas’and unwind. Feeling the delights, while sipping down a cold Carlsbergor enjoying a […] [続きを読む]
  • The Future: Artificial Intelligence
  • Love your job or lose it to a robot By: Daniel Otero The truth is, whether we like it or not, our world is going to change radic
    ally in the next several decades. Therefore, love your jobs and do them with passion; you never know when you’ll be obsoleted by
    a machine. […] [続きを読む]
  • Escapism in romantic novels
  • Why today’s females love romantic novels? By: Daniel Otero Love will break your heart, allow you to become happy or sad; but
    romanticism will never fade away. At least in the life of any female over 13 years of age. It’s through a book or soap opera. T
    he fever is still […] [続きを読む]
  • Travel Bucket List
  • Places to go before you die and what to see By: Daniel Otero There are five different destinations where people must go before they die. Let’s say, one ought to place it on a ‘bucket list’, save some money and just go for it! These countries are literally drowning with tourist […] [続きを読む]
  • World Trade Center
  • “My City, My Heartbreak”:Remembering the victims of 9-11 and around the world By: Daniel Otero This September will mark the
    16thyear of the attacks on the Twin Towers. The death toll at the time was 2,979 victims. My people, they hurt my city! You see
    , I’m a proud New Yorker. […] [続きを読む]
  • Life on the other side of the world
  • My article about living in China By: Daniel Otero Living in China for the past seven years, I often find myself confused. There
    are often a mire of emotions which set between love and hate. When I originally came to China, our country [the U.S.] was dealing
    with the Global Economic Crisis […] [続きを読む]
  • Lesbianism in China
  • No, not in my city! By: Daniel Otero There are those who deny the advent of lesbianism and how it’s now affecting the people
    who are married and divorced throughout China. Being gay is still considered by some of the older generation a disease, like a me
    ntal illness. These people are […] [続きを読む]
  • Big vs. Small Breast
  • Hooray for small boobs! By: Daniel Otero What has hindered women for millennium and affected their self-esteem has now come to
    light with the advent of feminism in the last 100 years! There’s a reality, men will usually go for women with bigger-breast si
    ze or at least they’ll stare lustfully at […] [続きを読む]
  • Four great Chinese inventions
  • Paper making, printing, gunpowder and the compass By: Daniel Otero These four processes made an impact on the entire world till
    the present. And to be perfectly honest, it has taken hundreds of years for Western Europe and North America to admit that all th
    ese inventions were certainly Chinese. When I […] [続きを読む]
  • Young mothers and single
  • Young mothers By: Daniel Otero A young mother can be considered anywhere between 18 to 39 years of age. This fact escapes most people’s mind in society. A woman after she’s 18 has the choice to have a child with a man, whether others like it or not! From being married to […] [続きを読む]
  • Utopia
  • I’m an idealist By: Daniel Otero Since I was a little boy, I became stupidly so an idealist. Thinking that we can all live in
    a better world. Was it Rodney King who once said, “Can’t we all just get along?” Must have come from my uncles, parents o
    r just […] [続きを読む]
  • China’s Bullet Trains
  • High-speed trains and the need for them By: Daniel Otero To be completely honest, I don’t love flying. I do it out of necessity. Whether it’s for pleasure or business travel. My first love was always trains. Yes, this Yank loves trains, even when I grew up in a car society, […] [続きを読む]
  • Sheltered food habits
  • Foreign food elements in mainland China By: Daniel Otero This article doesn’t focus on Hong Kong’s eating habits, since Hong
    Kong again became a part of China. But when it was under British rule already the changes in Westernized influences began to affe
    ct this land by the 1950s. It deals more with […] [続きを読む]
  • The We-chat world
  • We?chat’s conveniences, its blessings and curses… By: Daniel Otero What I’ve noticed here in Asia is their love for technology. From Japan, South Korea to China, the vital links are done simply and daily through a phone in hand. It’s like one colleague told me, “It can be the substitute for […] [続きを読む]
  • Geography
  • People need to learn their geography By: Daniel Otero In a survey performed back in the United States, 40 to 60 percent of those tested couldn’t find countries like China on the map. Shockingly, you had idiots who couldn’t even tell you the branches of the government or the Speaker of […] [続きを読む]
  • Eating out and about across China
  • The DunhaungRestaurant By: Daniel Otero Elements crisscrossed the Silk Roadall the way from India,to Tibet, directly into China
    and then landed on the mountains steps of Gansu Province. That was when I had this intense need for something different. When I
    originally moved to Sichuan, I began looking into the different […] [続きを読む]