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Supercool Futuristic Tianjin Binhai Library
Nov.16

Supercool Futuristic Tianjin Binhai Library

HeatherSightsTianjin123

E-readers, like Kindle, are raising their presence across buses and metro carriages, but there are still plenty of people who prefer reading the old fashioned way. They stick to traditional book and library for their unparalleled vibe. Now, a newly opened library in Tianjin's Binhai New Area, maybe the coolest one in China, will make them on cloud nine. The five-story Tian...
Travel to Seda
Nov.13

Travel to Seda

Ying CToursGarze126

We started off from Xinduqiao Village early in the morning. Xinduqiao, located at the intersection of Sichuan – Tibet Highway, is reputed as the Paradise of Photographers. Situated on a sea level of about 3,300 meters, it’s an endless grassland with winding streams and mountains. As we drove along, we saw forests changing colors from yellow leaves scattered here and there...
Yelang Valley - a Recluse Artist's Utopia Dream
Nov.10

Yelang Valley - a Recluse Artist's Utopia Dream

HeatherSightsGuiyang153

Quiting from his professor job, Song Peilun secluded himself in a village tucked in Guiyang , Western China's Guizhou Province. Where others saw a wasteland, Peilun saw the soil to grow his utopia dream. For the last 20 years, Peilun has been dedicated to building the stone castle of monuments, in tribute to the ancient Yelang civilization inhabited there nearly 2000 years...
Discover the Best Peking Opera in Beijing
Nov.10

Discover the Best Peking Opera in Beijing

DonnaEntertainmentBeijing203

Peking Opera is one of the natural treasures of China and was regarded as the most popular form of entertainment during the Qing Dynasty. In 2010 Peking Opera was enlisted as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO. The past few days with the special Peking Opera performance put on at the Forbidden City for President Trump the curiosity about one of China’s m...
Best Golf Courses in Hong Kong and Shenzhen
Nov.09

Best Golf Courses in Hong Kong and Shenzhen

TildaActivitiesHong Kong215

In many parts of Asia, golf is the defacto game of businessmen. Deals are made, and networks are formed over hours on the greens. The game was introduced a century ago, and Hong Kong is one of the first cities in Asia where golf courses sprung due to the large expatriate population. If you’re a golfer and are heading to Hong Kong and Shenzhen, you’re in luck, as these cities h...
Take a Trip on Shanghai Sightseeing Tunnel
Nov.08

Take a Trip on Shanghai Sightseeing Tunnel

DonnaToursShanghai217

If you happen to be hanging out in Shanghai and find yourself wandering the spectacular Bund and decide you want to cross the Huangpu River but don’t want to take the metro or Huangpu Ferry. There is another colorful and exciting way to cross the river which is through the futuristic multicolored Bund Sightseeing Tunnel. The sightseeing tunnel is situated right under the famo...
Best Boat Rides in Hong Kong
Nov.06

Best Boat Rides in Hong Kong

ThomasIronmonkActivitiesHong Kong197

If there’s something one can’t help but notice about Hong Kong is the territory’s relationship to water. The jagged edged Kowloon Peninsula juts out from the Chinese Mainland to confront Hong Kong Island, Lantau Island and a further 200 islets and outcroppings, all surrounded by the deep blue sea. Hong Kong’s history up until British annexation was one of seafaring. As inland ...
A Weekend Getaway in Tianjin
Nov.03

A Weekend Getaway in Tianjin

Ying CToursTianjin131

Tianjin is the largest coastal city in northern China, bordering the capital city of Beijing. Opening up as a treaty port since 1860, Tianjin has been a major seaport and gateway to Beijing. Under the Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China, numerous European-style buildings were constructed, many of which are still well-preserved. Today, Tianjin is a metropolis in norther...
The Most Photogenic Destinations in China
Nov.03

The Most Photogenic Destinations in China

HeatherSightsBurqin229

Taking photos during a trip is an all too common. A perfect photo which usually features flawless focus, exposure, content, framing and etc., however, exerts quite a challenge for green hands. This challenge will be amplified if one visits China replete with beautiful places, both natural and manmade. To make things easier, we have carefully summarized a list of the destinatio...
7 Health Tips from Traditional Chinese Medicine
Nov.01

7 Health Tips from Traditional Chinese Medicine

TildaOtherShenzhen231

Traditional, alternative, or complementary? Whatever word you choose to describe Chinese medicine, it can’t be denied that attention has been given to this healing modality and that more people in the West are willing to give acupuncture and herbs a go before popping painkillers and antibiotics. However, we don’t all have to wait to get ill before giving TCM a shot. With a ri...