关于About MandMX.com


Welcome to M and MX .com and Chinese Comics Online.com!!!!  We’re glad you are here.

Here’s a little bit about us…

M and MX is a husband and wife creative team who have together developed a new web destination!  Magnus and Mingxing (“M” for Magnus and “MX” for Mingxing) run their website www.MandMx.com and www.ChineseComicsOnline.com which contains unique stories about China along with the first ever bilingual English/Chinese comic strip. The comics have been featured on a number of popular China sites including Chinasmack.com, Sinosplice.com and LostLaowai.com (see below) and have the potential of reaching millions and millions more in both languages!  Magnus is an American cartoonist from Western Massachusetts USA with 5+ years experience living and working in China.  MingXing is a local Shanghainese from Shanghai PRC with over 5 years overseas work and life experience.  They also feature their son on Study Chinese with Ryan (睿恩学中文) videos which are a run-away hit on Youku and Youtube.  If you are curious about the Shanghai dialect they also offer a Shanghainese (上海话) podcast.  They both love China and love the cross cultural life that they’ve chosen.

Here’s how to Find us and Follow us…

Follow us on Twitter. We have a MySpace site.  We have a FACEBOOK fans page here.  And also a TUMBLR page.  And for all of you Chinese out there we’re also on BAIDU Spaces.

We even now have a SQUIDOO page! COOL.  Plus a Shanghainese Podcast page and an Old China Books page.

 

mandmx logo 4 251x1024 关于About MandMX.comWe’ve been featured on and linked to by several websites:

ChinaSMACK (Chinese on China) 5.16.09

The Annals of Wu (Voices from the Yangzi Delta.) 5.16.09

Cowboy Caleb (Singapore) 5.17.09

Sinosplice (US but living in China) 5.24.09

Lost Laowai (community of foreigners on living in China.) 5.29.09

Biscuet (personal Blog by American living in China) 6.11.09

Greek to Chinese (cool blog about a Greek guy who among other things is studying Chinese!  COOL!) 6.26.09

Shanghai EYE (a cool British Expat’s site featuring his art and keen “eye” on everything Shanghai.) 6.26.09

SHE in China (A Swede in China) Jonna’s site is full of fun stories and great observations on being European in China. 8.14.09

The Annals of Wu (Voices from the Yangzi Delta) link to an interview about our Shanghainese podcasts.  8.14.09

Laowai Chinese (A great site that delves into fascinating aspects of the Chinese language by a guy named Albert.) 8.18.09

Shanghaiist (Probably the best site around for important information about life in Shanghai.  We had this post featured!) 10.26.09

Chinese4Kids (A great site that introduces all kinds of stuff that is useful for people when teaching their kids or students Chinese.  They posted up our Halloween comics!) 11.1.2009

Examiner (A cool site that seems to be from Boston but encompasses tons and tons of information.  Sidra Morris of the “Living Abroad” section used our Thanksgiving comic!)  11.26.09

FarWest China.  (This is a great site run by an American couple living in the far reaches of Xinjiang Province China.  They used our Thanksgiving comic too!) 11.26.09

AMACOM Books Blog (This was from our Chocolate Fortunes one sentence Book review.  They really liked it!) 2.3.10

Mandarin Kids (Baining’s Big Chinese Challenge) Great website from a mom who is trying to keep her 2 boys speaking Chinese. 3.3.2010

LuoJie罗杰’s website (political cartoonist from China Daily) we did an interview with him here.  3.3.2010

Shanghaiist (mentioned us again for our Shanghainese shows!) 04.12.2010

Shanghaiist (mentioned for our Shanghai Expo comic about the USA Pavilion) 5.25.2010

Outside in Random Thoughts on Living well where I don’t belong (mentioned and linked to our Tweet from a Beijing Expat comic) 8.12.2010

SinoMatter put us our comic about “forgetting how to write Chinese Characters” as number 10 on their Useful Chinese Links 9.9.2010

ChineseHacks mentioned our 10 Emotions in Chinese comics when talking about a Taiwan cartoonist and their emotion comics!  12.19.2010

The Year I Smelled Like Milk mentioned our Tweet on their site.  This is a book written by an American who taught English in China for a year.  12.28.2010

Image Thief really liked our comic about his tweet but apparently we drew him with too much hair!  4.11.2011

ChineseHacks had a great post about 3 Chinese Web Comics and were were included! 5.21.2011

Outside In an American woman living for a LOOOONG time in China mentioned our 13 stages of Chopstick use.  6.6.2011

Chad Ingraham a freelance photographer in China linked to our comic about the Shanghai subway system and the NYC subway system. 10.13.2011

If you have any questions please contact the creator at magnus@mandmx.com and in Chinese please contact Mingxing@mandmx.com

Enjoy reading!

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