This year 2016, I and Mr. Panda are already celebrating our eighth Chinese New Year together. We started with the year of the ox in 2009, and we will start over with all the Zodiac signs once again in a
When I grew up, I heard a lot of horrendous stories about mischievous, deceitful mothers-in-law, which make their children-in-laws’ life a living hell. I am lucky that I got a lovably, but sometimes most of the time crazy Chinese mother-in-law.
I never intended to fill my blog with content about Mr. Panda’s parents’ quirks. But the more I think about what to write about, the more I realize how well functioning our relationship is, and that most of the things
Just something off topic post: I have not been online much the last two weeks. Unfortunately my grandma had a heart attack and died by the end of last week. I am glad that she did not feel any pain
This year we are celebrating the year of the goat. While it might be easy for anyone, who is familiar with the system of the zodiac signs used in the Chinese calendar, to know, which animal is next, it is
Last week, I confessed that I lived together with Mr. Panda and his parents on 63 m² (678 ft²/ 75 yd²) for more than 5 years. While I already summarized advantages of living together with (future) in-laws, I also want
Because of not otherwise specified circumstances I started to live together with my Hong Kong boyfriend, Mr. Panda, while he was still living with his parents. While we four only planned to share the apartment for a few months, the
When we went to Hong Kong last time, we also made a short 3 day trip to Fujian province to visit the birth place of Mr. Panda’s father. It was a very emotional trip for all of us, and Mr.
Although I am a bad singer, I still made up my mind to try brawl with the Chinese tone concept and learn at least a little bit of colloquial Cantonese. ‘Hey, I have my own three Chinese to practice with
In Vienna, maybe also in other parts of Austria, they distribute two free rather gaudy local rags near public transports stations. You can see too many people reading them in the tram or subway every day. In these rags they