I have created a new section of mandarinportal.com at signs.mandarinportal.com. signs.mandarinportal.com will be a place where pictures of Chinese signs will be placed. I have a passion for taking pictures of signs. There are several reasons that I find signs so interesting. Signs in China will help you learn more and more about the unique Chinese Culture. Also, translating signs in Chinese can really help improve your Chinese level. I often find Chinese signs to be very bizarre, but at least interesting. I probably have hundreds of pictures I have taken of signs in Mainland China, and hope for this part of mandarinportal.com to be very interesting and useful for you all.
I have finally started blogging again on the main mandarinportal.com blog at blog.mandarinportal.com. You can visit it here. You can all look forward to quality blogging about Greater China and Chinese culture on blog.mandarinportal.com. Guest bloggers will appear in the future. So, enjoy and come back often for high quality posts about Greater China and Chinese culture.
Last updated: December 23, 2016 at 3:28 am
After more than 2 months, I have finally finished blogging about my trip from the end of January 2014 to the end of February 2014 on my website where I travelled much of Greater China. I travelled to Qingdao, Shenzhen, Macau, Zhuhai, Hong Kong, and Wuhan. I have posted the URLs of my posts for each day below. It was one of the most memorable trips of my life, and I hope you enjoy reading about some of it. I am a bit curious which of these days are your favourites.
28 february 2014 the last day of my month long trip/
27 february-2014 the yellow crane tower and more part 2 2
27 february 2014 the yellow crane tower and more part 1
26 february 2014 wuhan university and more part 2
26 february 2014 wuhan university and-more part 1
25 february 2014 my first day in wuhan
24 february 2014 the day that i left hong kong to go back to mainland china and going to wuchang
23 february 2014 my last full day in hong kong and buying a grey market phone
22 february 2014 just another fun day in hong kong
21 february 2014 hanging out with my friend from chile and going to sham shui po
20 february 2014 another fun day in hong kong
19 february 2014 sun yat sen museum
18 february 2014 more roaming around hong kong island
16 february 2014 going to a-hostel-and-learning-about-the-hong-kong-monetary-authority
15 february 2014 day trip in shenzhen window of the world milk smugglers in shenzhen and coming back to hong kong
14 february 2014 wandering around hong-kong
13 february 2014 friend leaves for china and dragonball z coke zero in hong kong
12 february 2014 wednesday museums horse racing in happy valley and more in hong kong
11 february 2014 the peak avenue of stars and chung king mansions in hong kong
10 february 2014 floating restaurant and night market in hong kong
09-february 2014 hong kong
08 february 2014 hong kong
07 february 2014 shenzhen and coming to hong kong
06 february 2014 shenzhen shenzhen science museum and more
macau trip part iv 05 february 2014 and zhuhai and shenzhen
macau trip part iii 04 february 2014
macau trip part ii 03 february 2014
shenzhen travelling 31 january 2014 to 02 february 2014 and first day of travelling in macau
travelling in qingdao january 2014
My travel blog is finally back up. You can go to it here. After a somewhat painful period of transferring my travel blog to a new web host after having major problems with my first host, it is finally back up! I hope that in the future, it won’t be down again like this.
Last updated: December 23, 2016 at 4:29 am
Hi. I have just greatly updated my website. Most of the site will still redirect to portal.mandarinportal.com, but I will be putting a lot of new and exciting content on the site. I now have a new travel blog at travelblog.mandarinportal.com, and will be blogging on it soon because I am travelling within Greater China now. I have decided to have most of my site using WordPress because it is faster and easier to make posts for me than to manually edit PHP and HTML files all the time. I figured, hey, why re-invent the wheel? More updates coming soon.