Well these months just keep zooming past us, we are heading for cooler temperatures, heavier traffic, back-to-school ritual, soggy streets and of course blogs. August in Beijing feels like a re-birthing period, new residents have made the much-anticipated journey to the city. This edition of the top blogs as per Google Analytics brings some freshness to the list that has remained constant for some time. Lets get to it…
beijingkids and JingKids Family Health Fair Open to Exhibitors and Sponsors
beijingkids and JingKids jointly present the first Family Health Fair to be held on September 14 and there was a call for exhibitors from health-related business to sign up. Check out the rules of eligibility to become either a sponsor or exhibitor.
Dumb and Simple: The Trick to Using Taobao without Alipay or a Chinese ID Number
The complexity of paying for items on Taobao can drive most sane people to the brink of insanity. There is now a little trick of using online banking. This blog shows you a step by step guide on how to use it.
To Be or Not to Be? The Dual Citizen Conundrum
Written in 2009, this blog tries to clarify the situation of mixed families children who are born in China yet are foreign passport holders. China does not allow dual citizenship but there is a legal gray areas that are touched on in the blog.
More Bureaucratic Bumbling for Mixed-Nationality Chinese-Foreign Babies
The issue of foreign-Chinese couples’ children nationality status is becoming increasingly confusing as there are no clear policies due to different statements from different public organizations.
Lunar Lessons: Ten Things You Didn’t Know about the Mid-Autumn Festival
With the Mid-Autumn festival shortly upon, getting to know some background on the holiday made this blog a hit.
PSB Crackdown on Dual Citizenships: Will Families Be Affected?
Little Chinese “Nerds”
5 Chinese Online Shopping Sites to Rival Taobao
Coming to Toytown: Beijing’s Best Toy Shops
I Was Scratched by My Dog and Had to Get the Rabies Shot