Ten things I like about China:
1) the general exoticity of it all.
2) being able to walk around the streets at night and feel perfectly safe.
3) the fact that the Chinese don't have a culture of going to the beach (I don't like to either).
4) the modest and unconfrontational attitude which is built into the Chinese psyche.
5) the fact that most people don't practice an organized religion.
6) people staring at me on the street. It's nice to be in the center of the attention without doing anything to deserve it.
7) the fact that people have absolutely no strong preconceived opinions about the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, or any other divisive issue in the West.
8) the food of course. Especially the fact that almost all the foods I don't like, for instance chocolate, tomato and cheese, are relatively rare.
9) the fact that the girls are so girly. No swearing, getting drunk, smoking, etc.... because it's not girlish. And yet that doesn't mean that they are all stuck in old-fashioned ideas about gender roles and sexual issues.
10) how the Chinese go out of their way to help foreigners, to an extent which is sometimes so extreme it's almost embarassing. It's also very convenient if you happen to be a foreigner.
11) the weather of Beijing (I'm kidding this time).
I won't list 10 things I don't like about China, for fear of causing offence, but when it comes to Beijing, the weather, crowded public transport and the days with scarce visibility (because of a combination of the pollution and the weather) would spring to mind. Not to mention the tofu they sell on the streets which stinks so much you have to keep at least 10 meters away. And the internet issue.