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Welcome to Fuddland

This is the weblog of David. For three years he lived in east China and taught English while attempting to learn their language in return. He now lives in west China, working for an NGO in a land of GONGOs.


Recent additions

Latest images from my Flickr 'stream

  1. Laolongtou (Old Dragon Head)
  2. Concert Hall, Tianjin
  3. Edison phonograph at the Astor Hotel
  4. Edison phonograph at the Astor Hotel
  5. Astor Hotel by night
  6. 1863 lobby at the Astor Hotel, Tianjin
  7. Astor Hotel, Tianjin
  8. Astor Hotel, Tianjin
  9. Lanterns in the Black Bamboo Gardens, Beijing
  10. The view from Borobudur
  11. Borobudur
  12. [Untitled]
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Search Weblog [and comments]

You can search the Weblog and all the lovely comments people have left for specific words or phrases. But be aware that all recent searches show up on the cryptically-named Recent Searches page.


Contact me

You can email me [David] at myname@fuddland.org.uk.


Archives and Categories

The Weblog is archived by year, month and day, for you to easily find out what I was doing on your birthday two years ago, should you be interested.

Collections of related Weblog entries

The Weblog entries are also broken down by category, which include:


Handheld device users

The normal Weblog pages should work on your device. I recommend installing the free browsers Opera Mini or Opera Mobile onto your device for optimal small-screen display and download speed.


Links

A list of off-site links: weblogs and the official sites of the technologies that power this one.


Syndication

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