Another month gone! As we settle in to the high pollution levels and colder temperatures ushering in the month of October, we take a look at the blogs that were most viewed according to data collected by Google Analytics. The usual suspects are just links at this point.
2014 Family Health Fair Blogs
On September 14, beijingkids and JingKids held its first-ever Family Health Fair bringing together the community and Beijing’s health industry businesses and organizations. The blogs that caught the attention of our readers were the call out to exhibitors and what to expect from fair.
Ten Things You Should Know About the Mid-Autumn Festival
September 8 was a much needed non working day (just happened that there was no make up weekend day) but that was also the Mid-Autumn Festival, which made this archived posted a sure hit as people wanted to known more about this Chinese holiday.
Taobao Made Easy
Online shopping giant makes accessibility to various cheap and expensive goods very easy but for most foreigners the Chinese interface is quite intimidating. The use of taobao agents is just an available option that seems to work for the expat community.
Hope International Moves to Crab Island
Founded in 2012, the faith based international school moved campuses and the new place has some facilities worth a check out. Our School Editor gives a description of the place.
20 Years at WAB: Two Veterans Share Experience
Working in Beijing does present its fair share of challenges but there’s good to be found. The Western Academy of Beijing celebrates its 20th anniversary and they have two employees who narrate their journey with the school.
As usual, here are the links to the other blogs that made the
Dumb and Simple: The Trick to Using Taobao without Alipay or a Chinese ID Number
5 Chinese Online Shopping Sites to Rival Taobao
Coming to Toytown: Beijing’s Best Toy Shops
10 Things You Might Not Know About the Year of the Dragon
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