Popular Posts

Sometimes I’m surprised by which of my stories draw the most attention. Often it’s different ones to my own personal favourites. This is a list of what OTHER people seem to have enjoyed – the posts that have attracted the most traffic recently and over all. Check out the Top Posts each Year page to see some older favourites.

The Top 10 most viewed stories over the past month (as of June 2018):

  1. Infirmity and Identity, part 1 – June 2018
  2. Infirmity and Identity, part 2 – June 2018
  3. How I discovered my salicylate intolerance – November 2014
  4. I’m back: why I write – June 2018
  5. The Yin and Yang of the Chinese calendar – February 2013
  6. THIS is why I don’t eat fruit – October 2014
  7. My favourite liangcai – May 2014
  8. Mind your Ps and Qs: the Chinese thank you – November 2013
  9. Remembering chronic pain – October 2014
  10. Chinese names, part 2: extended family – March 2013

The 25 most viewed Stories From Tanya of all time  (as of June 2018)

  1. The Yin and Yang of the Chinese calendar – February 2013
  2. How I discovered my salicylate intolerance – November 2014
  3. Some Chinese food favourites – November 2013
  4. Saying “I love you” in Chinese – May 2015
  5. My favourite liangcai – May 2014
  6. Mind your Ps and Qs: the Chinese thank you – November 2013
  7. Chinese water torture – September 2013
  8. Saying “no” in Chinese – September 2013
  9. Chinese food – foreigner favourites – July 2014
  10. Seatbelts in China – April 2013
  11. Chinese names, part 2: extended family – March 2013
  12. China’s One Child Policy – some background – October 2015
  13. My life is over: mourning what was – December 2014
  14. Fun with bird flu – April 2013
  15. More Chinese teas: scented, flower, herbal – June 2015
  16. Accepting the repatriation blues – April 2015
  17. China’s migrants and the hukou system – May 2014
  18. The consequences of smog – October 2014
  19. Bare branches and single celebrations – November 2013
  20. How I learned Chinese, part 3: office girl – May 2013
  21. Used to – March 2015
  22. The End – August 2014
  23. Smoking the Beijing air – September 2013
  24. Okay tones – November 2014
  25. Explaining crazy Chinese holiday schedules – October 2013
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