China And Beyond: NPR’s Frank Langfitt Answers Redditors’ Questions

April 23, 2014

From his home base in Shanghai, Frank Langfitt keeps track of a wide swath of North and East Asia. He’s recently back from Myanmar, where he went for (mostly) fun. Lately he’s covered how childless Chinese are turning to American surrogates, what a ban on a taxi app says about China’s economy, the missing Malaysian airliner and a mass stabbing in Yunnan province.

His beat also includes fun stories that offer a different perspective on life in China, such as a new restaurant in Shanghai that serves American-Chinese food, why it took him four times to pass his Chinese driver’s license test and why Sherlock and House Of Cards top China’s must-see TV list.

Frank will be answering your questions at 3:15 p.m. EDT today at Reddit.

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