Before he moved to Xiamen in 1988, William Brown had already lived in over 30 cities.
A young African boy came to China to look for the flying heroes he had seen in kung fu movies.
Linus Holmsater thinks the Chinese work too hard and the long hours will ultimately take a toll on their health.
He straddles two cultures and plays a bridging role, and his introduction to all things Chinese was through a legendary kung fu hero.
He had never heard of China's icon of selflessness before he arrived in the country, but this unusual young man from Nigeria is carrying on the good work of China's hero soldier.
She has achieved many firsts in both China and the United States, but her main concern is to encourage leadership qualities among the young, especially women.
He is a farmer who has tilled the soil in several countries from his native Malaysia to Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and now, China.
The Chinese are dreaming big and building big.
He used to teach engineers. Now he devotes his time to improving the English of young people eager to improve their chances of finding a job.
Ten years ago, Mike Parent arrived in the Tibet autonomous region to teach at the Braille Without Borders vocational school.
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