From the moment I learned we were moving to China to our return home, you will read about our amazing and bizarre experiences. During the years in China I had sent newsletters to family and friends about our adventures, but upon our return home many people still wanted me to write a book. Finally, I agreed to begin writing. I played on our name for the title and then began telling “my story”. Not only did I want to write about our experiences, I also wanted it to be a help to those going to live or do business in a very different culture upside-down from what we consider normal. Consequently, I have written Life In China as a cross between a memoir and a travel book. I hope it is a helpful source for those going there to live or tour and an enjoyable story for those who aren’t.
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