Rugby Tourney In Town

Dongguan’s first contact rugby tournament will be held on May 6 at Utahloy International School in Zengcheng. The organizer, Dongguan Bulldogs, will be competing against other adult 10’s clubs from

My Rules World

Set in the now-reviving South China Mall is the peculiar My Rules World. The 6,700 sq meter amusement park is a child-sized replica of a real city with buildings, shops

China’s Smallest Town

In March, the National Geographic published an article about Dongguan’s Shilong Town in its Chinese website, attracting the attention of local media. The article introduced Shilong’s long history and cultural

For The Love Of The Game

Marco Ren, famed creator of popdg and microcoffee, lives by a single code: “Never forget how you start and why.” For many of us, surrounding ourselves with a petite collection

China to Reduce Pollutants

China continues its substantial effort to improve the country’s environmental standards with a new series of penalties for polluters. In December 2016, the National People’s Congress promulgated China’s first Environmental

A City of Fairy Tales and Goblins

Backpackers and budget travel. What matters is to breathe in a little China and this was our prerogative when we arrived. Destination: Guilin.   With intentions to explore, we were

Is Your Opinion As Valid As Mine?

Having a disagreement with someone is the best way to Find out if you’re wrong about something. And there’s no better way to learn something new. I love debating. Not

China Splash April 2017

Quite An Explosive Dish A restaurant introduced a “mine” dish, which will explode and reveal the food inside the bomb. It’s unclear where it went wrong, but one dish accidentally