The Chongqing Days

A city shrouded in a tangible haze. A standing conundrum as an unknown megacity and a sprawling frontier town. A place where shiny skyscrapers are built upon the crumbling cliff foundations and the speed of construction often outpaces the word getting out. A place I had never heard of.


The Chongqing Days: Coffee at Central Perk

One of the reasons I had accepted a job in Chongqing is that I had never heard of it before. This enormous metropolis directly north of where I’d spent the last three years, and I knew nothing of it. And… Continue Reading →

The Chongqing Days: New Year’s Eve in Jiefangbei

With the newly constructed Line 6 bridge of the Chongqing subway going straight into the center of the city, we had an easy ride to the prime location for Chongqing’s New Year’s celebration. Although celebrations were happening in bars and… Continue Reading →

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