China Whisper offers readers random lists of Chinese lifestyles, cultures, history and many other things in China. We give you the most fascinating gems of knowledge about China. Our amazing lists are packed with as many facts about China as possible and here you will surely learn something new and of course get something you can tell your friends about the country.

I am Peter Wang, a native Chinese in Beijing. I love my country very much. I work in a China inbound tourism company and in the process of exchanging ideas with foreigners I find that a lot of foreigners want to learn about life, culture, history and many other things about China. So I started this blog in 2010 and hoped it could be of some help to them.

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14 Responses

  1. Congratulations for the work you do, translating China’s culture for the world to read! Your country is beautiful, powerfull and has such a great History!

  2. Wait, what? says:

    I came across your website quite by accident and love all the lists. Thanks for all your hard work!

  3. Chinese girl says:

    Just want to say, I love and apperciate this website because I never got to learn about the place I was born, (I was brought to america around 6 years old and I didn’t know enough about China back then).

    • Godfrey Olukya says:

      China is a great country.Of recent it has become very influential in Africa where I live.Many Chinese have relocated to Africa for opportunities.Hope you also come one day.

  4. Eric Mikowski says:

    Came across your site researching ripped-off logos and ended up on your page about Chinese car logos. Maybe it’s just the rest of the world that is too uptight on this stuff?
    Nice article and site.

  5. The Foreign Farmer says:

    Your website is fantastic and very much appreciated. Thank you very much for sharing Chinese news in English.

  6. Pater says:

    I am a US czetiin ( Chinese too ). My wife is a China czetiin. Her egg is not heathly enough to give birth. And she will not come to US with me for the whole process.My question is without her presence, Can I borrwo egg from donor and finsih the whloe process. Also if is ok to bring the future child back to China and still have China czetiin.Please also let me know the approximate cost for the whole procedure.Many thanksMax

    • China Whisper says:

      Well, this a a complicated situation. I think you should ask you wife to go and ask the local police immigration department.

  7. Chris says:

    Here’s a nice story I found on Huffington Post … http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/01/china-woman-guanghua-bridge-jump_n_1312971.html Perhaps you can find more information from Chinese sources.

    I went to your site to see if you had already covered it and read about the dead babies. Sad. So much sad news in the world. I’m glad you mix both sad and happy news at your blog. It keeps things interesting.

  8. g-hutong says:

    Hey man, nice site you got here. Cool design and info too.

    And I agree with the dude above; you might want to look into professional proofreading or having some a native English speaker handle this. English readers are forgiving with foreigners delving into English, however, for a site that is aimed toward English netizens… typos, misspellings, and grammar mistakes are irritating to deal with. I’m not nitpicking as you for sure do a good enough job, but if you improve those points you’ll increase your audience! 🙂

  9. i'm a terrible person says:

    I wrok in a toursim company: I work in a toursim company

    Blog writing 101: don’t make a mistake on one of the first pages people will read.

    Also, just like getting a stroke wrong in a character, mixing up letters in English words is also a no no.

  10. rena says:

    everywhere has bad things and good things,in China or other countries…
    let’s work together to heal the world,make a better place,for you and for me.

  11. Peter Wang says:

    Love this

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