After a year of adventuring in China, it feels good to be home.
I recently got to visit earthquake-torn Sichuan Province. I'll never be the same.
After nearly a year in China, we finally made it to Beijing and the Great Wall.
I'm finally starting to catch Olympic fever.
It is time to decide whether we will stay in Shanghai another year, or go home.
It seems all I've done while living in China is travel and it is always a hassle. Sometimes though, it is well worth it.
As we make the decision to leave China I find the ever maddening crowds, even more frustrating.
Busted buses, list kids, and sleeping with sharks.
Björk puts on a fabulous show and stirs controversy in Shanghai.
Our final jaunt through Japan finds ancient culture, deer fighting, more temples than you can shake a stick at, and a surprisingly expensive journey home.
We finally make it to Japan and discover its beauty, culture, and bum washings.
For the Chinese New Year we decided to go to Japan. China, however, seems to have different plans for us.
Finding a little piece of heaven, a little bit of warmth and a good toilet in Shanghai.
Yes Virginia, you can celebrate Christmas in China, but you have to make it up on the weekend.
There is much to see in the glorious city of Shanghai and there are many ways to get there including subways, buses, and taxis.
After four months of living in China, my wife and I finally take a road trip.
In which we take a trip to see kids who have so little, and yet gave so much.
Me and my wife might be boring, but we sure can throw a killer Halloween party in China.
You can find any type of food you desire in Shanghai - including hamburgers, french fries, and grilled scorpion.
I've got my home set up and my cheap shopping done. Now all I need is a good job.