Each week Cee of Cee’s Photography challenges bloggers with a fun prompt. This week we’re to find photos of farm animals. The chicken and goats were seen in my neighborhood in China. In a lot of places, it’s not just farmers who keep farm animals.
In the end
If you want to see more fun farm fotos, click here.
I’m intrigued by regular folks who make a name for themselves on YouTube. These guys started out making how-to barbecue videos. It started with one man, who when he received a surprise (to him) check for his videos, recruited some pals and learned some camera techniques. Now his posse is watched by people all over the world. Some have set up clubs like BBQ Pit Boys Germany or BBQ Pit Boys Taiwan. Here’s a few of their videos. Maybe you can gather some friends and grill an alligator this weekend.
China is a food culture. Period. End of story. People mark the beginning of the school year, or any venture, I gather, with a banquet.
Yesterday our American school treated us to a sumptuous luncheon. I soon lost track of the number of courses we had. That’s easy to do at one of these affairs in China.
One of my new colleagues had the good fortune of celebrating a birthday yesterday so we got to finish off the meal with a beautiful cake. What I like about Asian baked goods is they aren’t too rich or too sweet.
I think even a Chinese person who lives to be 100 would never eat all the dishes available just in our region, Shandong. One thing that isn’t poorly made in China is the food.