…The mad queuing started to make sense, kind of, once we found ourselves sitting in front of the doctor’s room, waiting to be called in or for my name to appear on the screen. You see, in China they don’t seem to have quite grasped the whole concept of following the order of appointments. To my utter astonishment I soon discovered that those, who queued up first, felt they had the right to walk into the room before those, who actually had earlier appointments! Continue reading
Occasionally, my stay at the local hospital did feel like a joke but not so much like a ‘haha I can’t control my laughter’ one, more like a frustrating, bemusing and perplexing kind of a joke.
Don’t we all love a free delivery?And I mean an actual FREE delivery, not the one that is advertised as free but in reality you need to spend a certain amount to be eligible for it. Continue reading
So here I am, finally on WordPress!
The point of this blog is to share my weird and wonderful (occasionally disturbing) experiences of living in China, with specific references to the city of Guangzhou in the southern province of Guangdong, as that’s where I’m currently based.
Let me start of by telling you a little bit about myself (feel free to skip this paragraph). I was born and raised in a small town in Poland, then moved to England, where I studied and worked as an interpret/translator and where I met my Chinese husband-my OH:) Continue reading