With roots in history that can be traced as far as 3,000 years, I have to admit that even the rich Catalan history languishes compared with what is today’s China.
Border couriers, Zhuhai – 边境走私, 珠海
Always lurking around the stairs to the lower levels of Gongbei Underground, these professionals are a helping hand dodging border restrictions at Gongbei’s Port.
Mazatlán’s pulmonías – Pulmonías de Mazatlán
The best option to move around the touristic capital of Sinaloa is to hop in one of these golf-cart taxi cabs, called pulmonías.
Everything Gongbei Underground, Zhuhai – 拱北地下广场, 珠海
Gongbei Underground Market (officially called Zhuhai Port Plaza) is a market comprised by two underground levels, and for me, it’s the Land of Chocolate, but with consumer electronics, Chinese memorabilia, food, traditional Chinese pharmacies, illegal bureaus de change, and way, way more…
Mapping Gongbei’s Underground Market, Zhuhai – 拱北地下广场, 珠海
The maps and guide for Gongbei’s Underground Market, Zhuhai – 拱北地下广场, 珠海
Random sights, Culiacán
Because this city is different.
Blue screen of death, Zhuhai – 蓝屏死机, 珠海
Giant LED billboards are nothing new in China, as this cheap technology is slowly replacing the twisted neon lights all over the country.
Taiwan wheel cakes – 車輪餅
Taiwan wheel cakes (糕点) are one of the many versions of the typical red bean cakes, and to be precise, the Taiwanese one, made of two halfs of dough cooked in a shaped waffle pan, with a filling to choose.