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Issue 22, May-June
Imagination and beauty, flow and form. My Art creates a space where students can freely explore artistic expression. Tim Lantz takes you there. Plus…Dragons! Beware! Kim Therriault Explore section brings you face-to-face with a Komodo. Jonathan Rechment inspires us to reach the heights of advanced Chinese study, the final installment of his series. And if gentlemen prefer blonds, the ladies of Dalian are in luck. Rina Swank tells us how to find golden tresses.
 
 
 
Issue 21, March-April
What’s the diagnosis for healthcare options in Dalian? Rick Marchese issue spells them out. Also…ever wonder what the disabled community does for employment in this low accessibility city? Check out Tim Lantz piece about EnSun, a border-free and accessible call-center. Explore our new travel section with Kim Therriault, and brush up on your Chinese with our Culture and Chinese sections.
 
 
 
Issue 20, December-February
Four women. Four Passions. Four ways Dalian is a better place because of the feminine half of the race. This issue celebrates Women’s Day for more than just 24 hours. Plus…stylin’ in the winter time. Rina Swank tells us how. And Jonathan Rechment shares powerful insights into learning elementary Chinese, in the first of a 3-part series.
 
 
 
Issue 19, October-November
One of the many things that Dalian can be very proud of is its high-tech community, so there wasn't a better place for the Chinaccelerator program to be born. Serial tech-entrepreneurs Cyril Ebersweiler and Sean O'Sullivan created the first mentorship-driven seed-funding program in China to help young 'techies' with bright ideas survive and succeed in the harsh ...