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Selection of published articles:
South China Morning Post 

How to wear a face mask over a hijab and stay fashionable: Muslim women’s hacks for wearing both at the same time

One Child Policy

The women who defied China's one-child-policy by having a second child (ABC Australia)

Jen Kober

Pretty funny for a girl - meet comedian Jen Kober who has been arrested 5 times for making fun of her mother (WomanScape)

Wendy Suen

Guinness World Records China - from a diamond-encrusted toilet seat to a head full of needles to skipping to solar panel art (South China Morning Post)

Male knitters

The men unpicking knitting's ultimate stereotype (ABC Australia)

Kæmpe Eskimo

An Ice cream treat causes a stir in Denmark (The Globe and Mail)

That NATGEO gig

When nobody believes you will get that NATGEO gig. Meet Prisscila Baxter, a National Geographic collaborator (WomanScape)

Drag queens of Beijing

Drag queens of Beijing strut their stuff while they can (South China Morning Post)

A month in lockdown

5 valuable lessons learnt during lockdown in Beijing (ABC Australia)

Being transgender in China

What's it like to be transgender in China? An activist and a gender reassignment surgeon speak up (South China Morning Post)

Smartphone detox - one year later (Beijingkids)


Ayahuasca A.K.A "The Purge". What is this amazonian hallucinogenic brew and is it available in Asia despite its shady status? (South China Morning Post)

Roberto "Il Massiccione" Zanda

He lost his limbs during the world's coldest and toughest Ultra race. Now he wants to cross the desert of Namibia. Meet Roberto. The man who never gives up (South China Morning Post)

Don't panic! Everyday life in a polluted city (Beijingkids)

Ready, Set, Go! On the trail in China with foreign runners (South China Morning Post)

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Instagranma - What I've learnt about Instagram after joining 48 hours ago (

Visit to Xinjiang - impressions and facts (ninemillionbicycles)

Am I a writer now? (

A letter to my teenage boys. (Global Times)

Hanging up on bad habits - Will switching off my smartphone bring my family together? (City Weekend parents & kids)

Deck the compounds with boughs of holly - What does Christmas mean to the Chinese? (Beijingkids)

Two years in China. The ups, the downs and the future. (ninemillionbicycles)

The passing of time. My story and my photo shoot. (ninemillionbicyles)

©2020 Lise Poulsen Floris