A Canadian in Beijing is a series that explores life in Beijing from the perspective of a Canadian musician named Ember Swift. Talking about everything from traffic to eating vegan, live music to accessibility issues, Ember journeys through life in this huge city (as well as some forays out of town) across a three-month period. If you're planning a trip to China, this series is perfect for you. It will open your eyes to some interesting customs, some fantastic tourist sites to check out as well as some philosophical insights into the current merging of cultures between the West and the East.
- 05/01/2007 Pedestrian Police in Shanghai
- 05/02/2007 Steamy Bathhouse in Shanghai
- 05/03/2007 Suzhou's Hidden Gardens
- 05/05/2007 How Do You Train A Head Cold?
- 05/07/2007 Veggie Restaurant Redemption
- 05/07/2007 A Must Do = A Shidu Picnic
- 05/08/2007 Hands in the Air at Beijing's Midi Festival
- 05/10/2007 Goodbye Schmoozing, Ni Hao Guanxi!
- 05/10/2007 My First Farewell
- 05/12/2007 Lone, Blond, Lady-in-Waiting
- 05/12/2007 Theatre of Possibility
- 05/15/2007 Manicures, Pedicures and Guitar Lessons
- 05/16/2007 Beijing Hot Shots, Hot Pots and Distant Thoughts
- 05/18/2007 Naked Baby Bums Everywhere!
- 05/18/2007 The Inevitability of Karaoke
- 05/20/2007 Being a Tourist at the Summer Palace
- 05/21/2007 China Rocks the Pedestrian Overpass
- 05/22/2007 Charmed by Chinglish
- 05/24/2007 A Full Bodhi Massage
- 05/26/2007 Capital Museum a Total Snooze
- 05/28/2007 Being Light
- 05/28/2007 Vegetarian Party at Peking University
- 05/29/2007 Dancing the Bargaining Dance
- 05/30/2007 First Official Concert in China
- 05/31/2007 Floating at Bloody Sunday
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