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Off The Beaten Track Beijing: Episode 1 The Fortune Teller


China Radio International’s chief-explorers Jessica Dowse and Anne Gonschorek show a China beyond the guide books. Join them to meet interesting characters and learn about Chinese culture first hand.

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About Jessica Dowse

I'm an International journalist/ social commentator/ ski champion/ guitar player/ Spanish speaker/ Kung-fu expert/ninja/superstar/spaceman……in the making…. making being the key word... A bit about me: I am young, energetic and flexible in my dreaming! Jason Mraz is my religion, politics and relationship status. I believe that any problem in life can be solved with a balanced symbiosis of Elton John, Shakespeare and Billy Joel. Some may say this makes me, either very lame, or very naive… I like to think it makes me idealistic…and I think at 24, that’s still ok… I have recently finished an MA at Falmouth University in Cornwall, England in International Journalism. Now I am employed as a video journalist by CRI in Beijing. Dream job! I want to make documentaries, have adventures and travel the world.

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    Posted by Craig Hill | April 28, 2012, 12:11 am

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