Author Archives: Fabrizio

China and Instagram

After months of fighting the urge to download Instagram, I have finally given in, and I’m never going back. Continue reading

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The Community

With the Internet finally up and running, it seemed time to show the place I am living. Just a few photos of the community I have moved in to. Continue reading

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Internet Restored

To those of you who live in places where internet packages can be bought and installed same day- I am quite jealous. A story of misadventure in trying to purchase web access in China. Continue reading

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A Flight to Guangzhou

I love flying. I especially love flying when it appears that the plane may be on fire. Continue reading

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The New Apartment

I moved down to Guangzhou two weeks ago, but have been back in Beijing for a week on other business. These are some apartment pictures I grabbed right before leaving. Continue reading

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Snake Dinner in Guangzhou

I’m spending the week in Guangzhou for business. First dinner of the week was made entirely of Snake. Continue reading

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Jinshanling Great Wall

I spent a day hiking with a group on the Great Wall at Jinshanling. These are a few of the photos. Continue reading

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Fevers and Foothills

I spent yesterday hiking through some mountains in the North of Beijing. It was incredibly smoggy, and I had a fantastic head cold. Continue reading

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Manila From the Roof

Manila was most excellent, even though I only got one night out of the hotel. Continue reading

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A Flight to Manila

After a rough check-in at the Beijing Airport, my flight to the Philippines took a turn for the upper-class. Continue reading

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