Author: Zoe Li

This Chinese-Canadian floated around Hong Kong, Vancouver, Montreal, and Beijing, writing mostly about Chinese food for publications such as That's Beijing, Appetite Magazine, Lonely Planet, and Fodor's Travel Guides. In between, she worked on film sets, traveled long distances on fistfuls of cash, started to write a never-ending poem, paraded with Olodum in Salvador da Bahia and failed to find herself.

Now she writes about art, culture and food.

Latest Posts

Kung fu hustle: How to master martial arts in China

Kung fu hustle: How to master martial arts in China

Learning the skills to become the next Bruce Lee can be tough. Finding the right place to learn them can be tougher
Opinion: Why the selfie stick must die!

Opinion: Why the selfie stick must die!

Melodramatic or pragmatic? Both, apparently. How a simple stick is tearing the world apart
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10 things China does better than anywhere else

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