In history: Chai le

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People may or may not know, I've been here since August 2001 ... which means, yes, I'm coming up for ten years. 

I started writing the blog here because I couldn't find anything else in the same style, in English or Chinese. 

... for Shanghai.

But actually, there was one, although it was stopped in 2005 when writer Adam left China. But I noticed lately the the blog is still online. I couldn't find the archives but I remember it having about 250 posts. It covers the Beijing scene. 

So here it is: Chai Le

Chaile means to knock down or demolish. Chai is the character you see painted on buildings marked for destruction. Bonus point - notice that the Blogroll links Micah Sittig

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