gou-rou.comissue 5 - June 2005
thanks to gou-rou.com, birds are singing, flowers are blooming, children are skipping and playing, and Beijing is 72% happier than it was in January.
gou-rou.com editor-in-chief Arabella Green cuts loose with the words and the talking
Henrietta Wang tells us all about some revolutionary new discoveries that have been made recently
it's about time someone investigated the inner workings of flies
A Month In Pictures
gou-rou.com's photographic hitsquad put a pictorial bullet in the head of this month's news
Hail Is Other People
New correspondent Delilah Sheraton discovers that hail occurs when supercooled water droplets (remaining in a liquid state despite being below freezing point) in a storm cloud aggregate around some solid object, such as a dust particle or an already-forming hailstone
Beijing Bars: A Guide for Idiots
continuing gou-rou.com's commitment to serving Beijing's diverse communities, this month features our watering-hole guide aimed at the city's sizable population of cretins
looking for love? or friendship? or pretending to look for friendship when secretly, you know, you're actually after something else?
Testing Your Metal
Solomon West meets Tianjin's hardest-rocking band
the urban highlife, with Angel Chu