Working remotely from the capital of Sichuan

If I look outside, I can see a few interesting things.

A man rides a three-wheeled bicycle, cardboard stacked up on the back like a metre high Jenga tower. Not far from him, a woman carries a bamboo pole across her back, a basket filled with cherries on each end, ringing a bell as she walks down the alleyway.

If you’re thinking to yourself: where on Earth has Erin found herself? Wasn’t she seen last drinking tea in the Yarno office, in North Sydney? Well, I’m here to answer just that.

In short, I’ve been living in the capital of the Sichuan province, Chengdu, China for about the last year. I wouldn’t be totally lying if I told you I came here purely for the abundance of spicy food, pandas and all the noodles my heart and stomach could desire – but it was a little more thought-out than that.

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