Winter In China

Winter In China Reviews

WarrenRodwell WarrenRo…
50 reviews
Nov 01, 2007
Most of China is cold and dry in the northern hemisphere winter; icy cold (even frozen) in the north of the People's Republic. January is usually the worst. By the beginning of March each year, the weather improves. You will need thermal underwear, a scarf, two pairs of socks, boots, gloves, hat and thick coat. These items can be readily purchased upon arrival if you don't bring them with you. You may care to copy and paste the following link to read what one western guy has written about the impending winter in Beijing. Please note that this is his opinion only ...

http://www.chinaexpat.com/blog/josh/2007/10/31/chinese-winter-well-its-way.html

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Expatriate writer Warren Rodwell has been in China since 2002, and teaches university postgraduates in Chengdu. Many of his feature stories, reviews and photographs have been published online or in hardcopy media form. Warren also narrates documentaries and administers various websites as part of his efforts to internationally promote western China and other diverse cultures.

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