I’m spending more and more time in Cambodia now and much less in China. In fact, it would be a fair assumption that I won’t be spending much time at all in China once I’ve resolved a couple more issues.
That means Shards of China is now (nearly) completely finished. However, I’ve not given up writing by any means. I have a new (and yes, this time there’s plenty of material written and still to be written) blog that focuses on the joys of living in Cambodia. It’s going to include some content of a similar nature to Shards (I’ll be looking at culture, the economy, etc.) but it’s also going to be a guide to Siem Reap and some of the rest of the country too.
I’m going to have one more piece for you all a little later this week – regarding a topic that’s very dear to my heart, my mum’s book (the official website is nearly complete and the book is now available for pre-order through Amazon) and then Shards of China will no longer be updated.
So the new blog; Cambodia Creatives can be found by clicking this line. There will be plenty on the temples of Angkor Wat, the restaurants of Siem Reap, and the whole kit and caboodle. There’s already a month’s worth of content and there will be regular updates (no excuses). I hope to see some of you there.