(COMPUTERWORLD) JUN 26, 2006 – Although all Chinese nationals officially speak Mandarin, in practice, the local dialects can be mutually unintelligible.

The Albany Times-Union November 25, 2005 A terrible threat from the north By BILL MARCUS SHANGHAI — It was so nice to wake up the other morning and hear the head of the government take full responsibility for the results of an investigation into a scandal that has rocked the nation,Read More →

The Shanghai Daily Shanghai, China Jewish Affinity April 22, 2005 By Bill Marcus My mother had the perfect antidote to unhappiness: Chinese food. Nary a funeral nor a bad day could come between her and Hunan Manor, Tung Sing, Szechuan Palace or any of the seemingly hundreds of Chinese eateriesRead More →