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In China, and beyond, at the moment we are celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival.
If someone mentions Hong Kong to you, you probably think of giant skyscrapers, busy streets and pollution.
I’m definitely not a ‘country mouse’ but I grew up in a fairly quiet town not far from London. I went to University in a city called Exeter.
Last month two of my two best friends in China, a Scottish couple named Cheryl and Al, got married.
In case you hadn’t noticed, after nearly four years of build-up, the United States of America has just officially sworn in (or inaugurated) its president.
The journey from Lhasa to Kathmandu feels much more like a physical challenge than a relaxing holiday.
To Kill A Mocking Bird is always on those lists of ‘books you must read before you die’. These lists often make me feel guilty as I put off reading classic novels for something a little lighter.
Glastonbury festival is one of the most vibrant, colourful and energetic events of the British
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