Thank You

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Living a Dream in China’s very first blog post was published back in June 2010. Since that day I have published around 200 blog posts and they have gathered over 1000 comments. There have been hard times when I have stopped writing for a long time, or when this blog was attacked by a hacker. But mostly there have been wonderful times when you readers have shared your experiences and given advice to others through the comment section.

Photos are also an important part of Living a Dream in China and if not stated otherwise, they are all taken by me. Most of the blog posts are also written by me, but recently I’ve been happy to have guest writers as well. Through their guest posts when can learn about China for different ankles and perspectives.

I have introduced advertisement, affiliate marketing and other cooperation with websites and companies to my blog little by little. As a still very green blogger I sometimes haven’t done it in a best way possible. I’m still learning. Because of that I decided to start using a small button to mark all the commercial posts on this blog, starting from today. You can see the button below.commercial

Why there are commercials on Living a Dream in China? The blog is getting bigger and is in a need of a bigger web hosting plan very soon. As we all know, web hosting costs money. I also want to see this blog to grow to its full potential, to offer advice, tips and stories about living in China to foreigners coming to and staying in China.

Based in comments and emails, you readers have been happy to see more blog posts published recently. (Please share your wishes, hopes and critique in the comments so I can make this blog better for you!) I have also grown very attached to this blog and hope to continue posting three times per week. Commercials, and the small revenue they make, help me to give more of my time for Living a Dream in China.

My golden line is to continue posting about living in China, learning Chinese and occasional posts about dating and family life in China. Which kind of posts would you like to see more? Or if you have any ideas for new kinds of posts or topics, feel free to tell me in the comments.

Thank you everyone reading my blog, leaving your comments, sending me emails, chatting with me on my Facebook Page, following me on Twitter and meeting me face to face. Thank you for making Living a Dream in China a place for us to learn more about our selves and each other.