Love of Hu­mor

Love of Chi­na

Love of Weird Shit

Boom, Chi­na Boom! is a fun project by three friends who ap­pre­ci­ate Chi­na’s weird­ness… and can’t get enough of it.

AboutJing Yang is a mod­ern clas­si­cal mu­si­cian from Ku­lang­su who ap­pre­ci­ates how we see the world from Chi­na, and how those weird North Amer­i­cans see the world. The clas­si­cal mu­sic world is al­so weird un­to itself—but few­er peo­ple are in­ter­est­ed in clas­si­cal mu­sic than in Chi­na.


AboutRobin Gold­stein is orig­i­nal­ly from Mass­a­chu­setts but has made Ku­lang­su his home and has been writ­ing books about in­ter­est­ing dif­fer­ent places since his Let’s Go days at Har­vard. Is­n’t it weird how any time you men­tion Har­vard in Chi­na, every­one as­sumes you must you must know what you’re talk­ing about? Dan­ger­ous prin­ci­ple.
AboutAng­ie Rupic was born in Ser­bia — a coun­try that has been ranked high on the list of weird places, so it’s no won­der she has a soft spot for unique­ness and crazi­ness. Not on­ly is she a fan of the bizarre side of Chi­na, but she al­so loves ex­plor­ing and writ­ing about it.
AboutMor­gan Fried­man has a weird sense of hu­mor. Any­thing that strays far from his ex­pec­ta­tion or is just down­right crazy makes him laugh. When he was just a ba­by out of col­lege, he start­ed writ­ing down weird things he heard in New York, and is now en­joy­ing do­ing the same, but even more so—in a place even weird­er than New York.

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