- There are many occasions when I think a fork would be quicker.
- Do Chinese people have similar concerns over using a knife and fork?
- I will need to get used to the freedom of being able to spit bones out onto my plate (or table).
- As an English person, I always make sure my food debris is covered with a serviette.
- Chinese old people are so supple.
- I couldn’t quite explain why the Chinese guy at the urinal was looking down at my urinal.
- Not every plug fits into every socket, there is no rhyme or reason to this.
- This may not be China specific, but sometimes I have literally no idea how to empty the bathwater.
- Or the myriad of lights in a hotel room.
- When in public, some Chinese will walk up to me and poke me to check that I’m real (this applies mostly in the rural areas).
- The irony of Gucci; the English buy fake, the Chinese buy real (from Bicester).
- I bought a new jacket in Shanghai, it has a space where I can create the pockets myself.
- Roxette in pan pipes form does exist.
- If you’re someone who doesn’t like people getting in your way, don’t come to China.
- It’s actually quite fun to have a licence to push in crowds.
- One must get used to the sound of a fellow human ‘hacking up’.
- It’s impossible to upload a video to Instagram.
- The Chinese taxi drivers are some of the best drivers in the world.
You could also spit your bones on the floor….