James Kramer, straight from his construction site squat, brings in the newest NFTMK to discuss accommodation in Nottingham and Beijing, and all the awkwardness in-between.
Notes from the Middle Kingdom: Housing & Hutongs
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James Kramer continues to feature as Leftlion’s China correspondent, this time turning his attention to the celebration of Women’s Day and all things slightly questionable.
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James Kramer is back in Nottingham’s LeftLion, this time discussing the Chinese Year of the Dog, and slathering underwear with Paprika.
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Notes From The Middle Kingdom: In This, Our Year Of Dog
The short story “Kirjaimellisesti” by James Kramer has been featured in the 2018 winter issue of Your Impossible Voice. Follow the link below to read the story, or support the good people at Your Impossible Voice by purchasing a copy of their 2018 winter issue.
“Kirjaimellisesti” by James Kramer
Our man in Beijing is back in Notts, and he recently spent a week in the LeftLion office…
Notes from the Middle Kingdom returns as James Kramer spends a week writing for Left Lion magazine in Nottingham and turns his eye to the differences in publishing between Beijing and the UK. As ever, please do read, follow and support the good people at Left Lion. Follow the link below for the article.
A Beijinger in a Lion’s Den
James Kramer rants from the gutter towards the stars in the latest instalment of “Notes From the Middle Kingdom” in Nottingham’s Left Lion.
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James Kramer seeks work in Nottingham’s Left Lion
James Kramer returns to Nottingham’s Left Lion in Notes from the Middle Kingdom. This issue, James offers some advice on how to keep warm via some ancient (and modern) Chinese techniques.
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Notes from the Middle Kingdom, Keeping Warm China Style