What is JIC all about? (Caveat #3)

CAVEAT #3: I SKEW THE RESULTS It may actually be impossible for me to ever really get a pure, untainted impression of what life in China is like. Why? Well, to borrow a concept from the Dictionary of Scientific Experiment Phrases Applicable to Jamaicans in China: “I skew the results.” I found this example of […]
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Breaking News! Chinese mothers are superior!

If you haven’t heard all the hoopla, (I didn’t, as I’m a little out of touch with what’s happening in the US), there was a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior” that’s causing quite a stir. You can check it out here: CLICK TO VIEW ARTICLE. Guess what? The article’s […]
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What is JIC All About? (Caveat #2)

CAVEAT #2: THE NON-JUDGMENTAL PERCEIVER So, the second thing to know about my answers to your questions about life in China is that I’m very careful about how I interpret what I see, and how I phrase what I say about life in China. My Meyers-Briggs personality type is INTP (Introvert, Intuiter, Thinker, Perceiver) In […]
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What is JIC all about? (Caveat 1)

JIC=Jamaican in China! Yes, I’m still in Jinghong City, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, People’s Republic of China! As the voting phase of the Jamaica Blog Awards draws to a close, I slowly return to regular posts. The purpose of “What’s Jamaican in China All About?” is intended to answer the many questions I receive about life […]
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What is Jamaican in China all about?

Recently, after reading one of my blog posts, a friend asked me, “What are you trying to accomplish?” I was grateful for the question. It made me stop and think of a good answer. But before I explore and share that answer with you, I feel I must insert a few caveats, preambles, disclaimers, forewords, […]
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