中国 here we come!

It’s been a long time since last time I wrote something here. I’m not going to make up excuses for why I haven’t been writing anything, but lets just say that I’ve had a lot of other things to think about, and I just didn’t prioritize the blog. And yes, I do feel very bad, but I have just not sat down, and planned a blog post. Well, as you all know, this blog is mainly about China, my experiences in China, AMWF relationship and my relationship with CC.
This is not going to be a long post, but I thought it would be fair to update you guys on what’s going on!
For the past months, CC and I have been trying to figure out what to do; Should he work in Europe? Should he go back to China to work? Should I stay in Norway and continue working? Should I go to China with him?.. You know, the typical LDR questions.. It’s been a long process, with tears, frustration and joy. I’ve had long conversations with my parents, CC has been having long conversations with he’s parents and we finally figured out to do, at least to begin with and then we will take it from there, but all I know is that we can figure this out~
Well, not so long ago, I applied for a visa to China, and the last 2 weeks have been absolutely nerve wrecking, but I FINALLY received my passport yesterday, and it included a visa 😀  I haven’t been this happy in a long long time. I don’t want to say too much, because we don’t have everything settled yet, but we will be going to China in January, and CC will be working in Beijing. So from now on, I will finally have something to write about! 😀

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15 thoughts on “中国 here we come!

    1. Thank you 🙂 Well, I applied for a visa that last for 6 months, so I don’t know that might be why it took a little but longer? When I apply for normal tourist visas it’s really quick 🙂 so it might depend on the type of visa?

  1. Congratulations on your visa and congrats on making the big decision of what to do. I know how hard decisions like these can be, especially when each option has both positives and negatives. However, I know you love living in Beijing so I am sure that you can’t until January. Looking forward to reading your future posts.

  2. Congratulations on moving to China! Since you’re in Beijing, if you like music you’ll have to check out Ember Swift and her shows. She’s an incredibly talented singer-songwriter who lives in Beijing and she’s also in an AMWF relationship. (She also has a blog at emberswift dot com that you can check out). I’m in Hangzhou myself but if you’re ever in the region, give me a holler and we can meet up!

    1. Thank you for commenting and on your advice! I will definitely check her out! 🙂 CC and I are planning on going to Hangzhou closer to the summer for a long weekend, so I will definitely let you know if we are headed that way! Same goes to you, if you are ever going to Beijing let me know! 🙂

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