03 August 2005

New Home, New Name

This is probably my last post in blogger / blogspot.

But this is not my last blog.

Today, I will move to my new home in Typepad and have a new name: Letters from China.

99.9% of articles in blogger / blogspot shall move to Letters from China by the end of this month. I am going to update all the articles. In the meantime, I may not write new articles until September.

To avoid the problem of dead links (broken links), all posts in blogger / blogspot will not be deleted. Instead, they will be shortened to a few lines and readers will need to click to read the full articles in Letters from China.

I should like to take this opportunity to thank Mask of China for his support, Peking Duck for introducing my blog to his readers, Simon World for recommending my articles in his daily linklets. Feedbacks from many other readers are encouraging and invaluable.

See you in Letters from China!

Permanent URL: http://voyage.typepad.com/china/
Email: LettersFromChinaBlog(no spam, please)@yahoo.com

28 July 2005

First Bruce Lee Museum In China

‘In Shunde, Guangdong.’ ‘I beg your pardon?’
While Hong Kong has done little to preserve the memory of Kung Fu legend Bruce Lee, people in the southern province of Guangdong again demonstrate they are sometimes even more enterprising than the capitalist SAR......

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27 July 2005

Bruce Lee Museum in Hong Kong?

So close, and yet so far
Kung fu film legend Bruce Lee’s old address, number 41 Cumberland Road, is now home to Romance Hotel. And yes, it is a love hotel......

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25 July 2005

Apply China Visa In Hong Kong

‘Can I apply a China visa in Hong Kong?’ Probably one of the most frequently asked questions in China travel-related forums. The short answer is ‘yes’......

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24 July 2005

Taiwan’s International Airports

The two international airports in Taiwan are......

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Shimonoseki To Qingdao - Ferry

International ferries connect Shimonoseki in southeast Japan with Qingdao in Shandong......

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23 July 2005

Unit 731's Unusual Laboratory Rats

- Harbin 731 Museum

‘I have done what no human being should ever do,’ said Yoshio Shinozuka, a former member of the Japanese army’s notorious Unit 731 who considered himself a war criminal, BBC News reported......

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