A streetside hawker in Guangzhou, China, resorts to a rather bizarre marketing strategy to attract attention
Hi Kurt! Sorry for responding so publicly, but I got the comment you posted on Facebook via email, but can't respond on Facebook because I'm in the mainland. I just checked the link on today's...
Award winning author Suellen Zima ponders on cross cultural differnces and how travelers should deal with them.
Stumbling across great night life in Guangzhou, China.
Michael Taylor has left Hong Kong for Guangzhou, where he will spend eight days doing research for his blog as well as some of the print publications he contributes to.
A reader from San Francisco wonders why so many Asian men fail to offer their seats to pregnant women, the elderly, and the disabled.
Win a romantic dinner for two on the beach served by barefoot waiter at Hansar Samui in Koh Samui, Thailand
Readers of the Accidental Travel Writer sound off on cultural differences and rudeness.
A Singaporean compares manners throughout Greater China and says that the people in Taipei are the most polite - but not as polite as the people in Southeast Asia.
Readers respond to criticism from a foreign tourist that people in Hong Kong are rude.