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Confessions of an American-born Chinese living in Sweden

Happy 2013 to all of my readers!

I took some time off during the holidays to vacation around a bit, so I’m posting this new entry from the 20th floor of my hotel in Beijing.  This is the last evening of my trip; I’ll be heading back to Stockholm tomorrow afternoon.

This is also my first time in China.  I decided to visit Beijing because I had a stopover here anyway, so what better way to visit a city that I’ve wanted to see for a while now?

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Hollister Co. and “Hey, what’s up?”

Did you know that we have a Hollister store in Stockholm now (in the Gallerian mall)?  If you’ve never been to one, Hollister is a brand owned by Abercrombie & Fitch and is a clothing retailer focused on an immersive concept.  Hollister’s style of clothing can best be described as “surfer town casual” or “SoCal style.” On a side note, I hope that means that Abercrombie will come soon; I rather like their button-up -shirts!

In any case, I went to Gallerian with a buddy of mine on Sunday. (He’s also American)  We first went to Rizzo since I needed to pick up a pair of boots.  I asked the checkout girl (who looked like their target customer) if she’d been to the Hollister store and what she thought of it.

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