Ni Keyi — two women challenge themselves to walk across China for charity

Ann and Darrah are unquestionably very different women. Darrah, from New Mexico in the US, is a certified USPTA tennis instructor who only moved to China last June to teach the sport. Guangdong-native Ann, the wife of a British-Aussie expat whom she met while managing an ESL school, has lived here her entire life. Together they are walking from Zhongshan to Beijing to help raise money and awareness for people with disabilities in China.Read More


Christmas Charities 2012

With American Thanksgiving just past, Christmas will be here before you know it. Instead of running around the Chinese countryside like crazy trying to find that perfect vintage Mao poster to mail home as a Christmas gift, consider donating to a China-focused charity on your loved one’s behalf this year. Here are some charities that …Read More

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In Beijing? Buy some art, help autistic kids

A little PSA for all our friends in Beijing. If you’re into art, or would just like to help a good cause, find a dry pair of shoes and head down to 798 to check out this event. UPDATE: Please note that due to the weather, the event has been postponed until this Saturday, July …Read More

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Help Out: Lili and Little Wolf

Greetings, Lost Laowai readers! I am Little Wolf, though some of you that have been around for awhile might remember me as Lang-Lang from the old Sinocidal crew. Ryan has been kind enough to allow me to hijack his blog in order to help a little girl. Perhaps many of you are already aware of …Read More

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China Charities for Christmas

It’s already mid-December and although we live in China, Christmas decorations have gone up around town and the local Carrefour and RT-Mart are playing Christmas music. Christmas is a time when many people  like to give gifts to friends and family, but for expats in China it can be difficult to send gifts to whatever …Read More

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