For about 8 years our agenda has been to create a safe place for us Laowai to play. It’s a crazy, mixed up world out there and we all need a spot to squat and reflect on it – we hope you like our squatting spot.
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Well, 老/lǎo and 外/wài, are two Chinese characters, that when separated mean “old” and “outside”, but for some reason when you smash ‘em together you get a colloquial term for foreigner. Next to ‘ni hao’, and rather poorly pronounced ‘hellooooo!’s, it will be the term you hear most while walking down the street in China.
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We sure are. The Hao Hao Report originally started as a sub-section of Lost Laowai, but eventually grew to the point where it required its own home. It’s still family however, which is why it’s still mentioned here.
Don’t know what the Hao Hao Report is? It’s a socially curated listing of the best English-language stories about China.
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