Posts From Tracy Lu

To Love And Hate WeChat Groups

WeChat has already taken over our lives. No one can deny it, it’s unstoppable. The question is, how can we make full use of it without falling into its addictive

Hongbao on Chinese New Year

In case you didn’t know, those red envelopes you keep seeing all over the place have money inside. Don’t snatch them off kids, you monster. Simply learn a few phrases,

What’s In A Home? How Young Locals Are Preserving A Disappearing Culture

How would you feel if the city where you were born and lived for your whole life was judged only for its last 30 years of existence? Would you accept

Chinese Nail Houses

Isolated in the middle of staggering construction zones wait rickety, old houses. Their owners are defiant against the country’s expansion. They say their property is being taken unfairly, so they

Xin Wen Lian Bo

Where you find read or watch your news can be a critical influence on how you think about life. what happens when a country sits down and watches the same

SPLIT-CROTCH PANTS

You’ve probably seen the random baby with a giant hole down the middle of their pants. What appears like an unsettling solution to solve the urge actually makes a lot

China’s Internet Celebrities

With all of the intelligent value that the Internet brings also comes oddity. Put on some bizarre make-up, crack a couple jokes and make a million dollars. Or just film

Snowflakes in A Rice Bowl

What’s the hippest thing to eat during the terribly burning summer heat? Ice cream? Lemon tea? Yogurt? None of the above. It’s time you learn how to eat cool. Once

China’s Fake & Real Valentine’s Days

Every February, more than a billion people carefully plan where to go, what to do, what to buy, who to call and more. If you’re alone, it’s even worse. Now

Packed Full of Culture And Art

A lot of people might think Dongguan is just about factories and business, but the local government is making huge strides to change this and bring free culture to the