Beijing Travel Guide

Compared with the low-key ancient city of Xi'an, Beijing is more like a confident young man who is proud of his incomparable central status, glorious culture and history, and notable attractions. The majestic Great Wall spans across North China for more than 20,000 kilometers while the Forbidden City shows the splendid wisdom of Chinese people and the luxurious royal lifestyle of the ancient Chinese emperors. As a political, economic, and cultural center, Beijing has become more and more popular among Chinese and foreign visitors. People arriving from different places gather there for all kinds of reasons, making this city even more colorful and charming. Welcome to Beijing!  >> Read all articles about travel to Beijing

Top 5 Themes of Beijing’s Night Views

The nighttime views in Beijing should be described as dignified and beautiful. Tian'anmen Square seems...

Beijing Temple of Confucius — a Famous Temple in Beijing

The Beijing Temple of Confucius was built in 1302 and was a holy area...

Jingshan Park, Beijing — Overlook the Panorama of the Forbidden City

Jingshan Park is located on the central axis of Beijing City: to the west...

Beijing National Stadium, the Bird’s Nest — Features and Travel Tips

Beijing National Stadium is located at the south section of Beijing Olympic Park, and...

Top 10 Famous Beijing Hutongs — Travel Tips, Facts, and Features

The Beijing hutongs are situated in an interesting and authentic area where the most...

Tian’anmen Square — the Witness of the Revolutionary Soul

Tian'anmen Square covers an area of 440,000 square meters and is the largest city...

Lama Temple — the Most Renowned Temple Outside Tibet

The Lama Temple is also known as the Yonghe Temple. It was a famous...

The Great Wall at Mutianyu — Less Crowded, More Beautiful

Located 40 miles from Beijing, the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall is a...

Shanghai Travel Guide

As soon as somebody mentions Shanghai, these words may appear in your mind: prosperous, multicultural, modernized, fashionable, luxury goods, and interesting. Why is Shanghai so charming? Unlike Beijing or Xi’an, Shanghai can’t boast about its long history or splendid attractions. However, this cosmopolitan city has a perfect blend of traditional Chinese culture and colonial legacy. It’s also an unbelievable city that has undergone a fast economic expansion and has become China’s biggest city. In the daytime, it is a prosperous city that attracts worldwide businessmen to trade. When night descends, this city is decorated with numerous colorful lights and you can always feel the prosperous pulse of Shanghai.  >> Read all articles about traveling to Shanghai

Yu Garden — A Forest in the Bustling Shanghai City

Yu Garden is a quiet classic garden in the rustling...

Jinxi Ancient Water Town — Without Over Commercialization

An original ancient water town, Jinxi, has a history of...

The Bund — a Window of Shanghai, China, and Even the World

The Bund is regarded as a window of Shanghai that...

Shanghai World Financial Center — a Financial Compass of the World

Located in Pudong, regarded as "a compass of Shanghai, China,...

Zhouzhuang Water Town — the Premier Water Town of China

Zhouzhuang Water Town is a small ancient town that was...

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town — an Exquisite Pastoral Ancient Chinese Town

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town is named as "one of the four...

Shanghai — Top Facts You Should Know Before Visiting

As soon as somebody mentions Shanghai, these words may appear...

Xi'an Travel Guide

In China, there’s no city that’s more historic than Xi’an. As the oldest ancient city, it has a history of over 3,000 years and has witnessed 13 famous dynasties(such as the Han and Tang dynasties)throughout China’s history. Xi’an is like an elderly man who was brought up with Chinese civilization and culture. Xi’an was not only the original starting point of the Silk Road, but was also one of the four major ancient civilization capitals. The historic pioneer, Emperor Qin Shi Huang, united China for the first time and left the most extraordinary finding of the 20th century—the Terracotta Army. No matter how many years pass by, Xi’an always shines in China’s historical sky.  >> Read all articles about traveling to Xi'an

Shaanxi History Museum — Exhibitions, Collections, and Visiting Tips

Located in the northwest of the ancient Chinese capital, Xi'an,...

Big Wild Goose Pagoda — the Largest and Earliest Tang-Style Tower

It's said: "one who fails to reach Big Wild Goose...

5 Differences Between the Terracotta Army and the Tomb of Emperor Jingdi

Both the Terracotta Army and the Tomb of Emperor Jingdi...

Tomb of Emperor Jingdi — an Underrated Relic of the Han Dynasty

The "Rule of Wen and Jing" is an indelible tone...

Xi’an City Wall — the Earliest Ancient Wall in China

Located in the heart of Xi'an City, Xi'an City Wall...

The Terracotta Army – Everything You Should Know

The first emperor of a unified China, Qin Shi Huang,...

Xi’an — the Most Representative Witness of the History of China

In China, there's no city that's more historic than Xi'an....

Chinese Culture

I love China not only because of China is my homeland but also because of China is a country with rich traditional culture and  a long history of more than 5000 years! And China is also one of the four ancient civilizations in the world. With the words and pictures in the articles I hope you can feel the charm of this splendid country! >> Read all articles about Chinese culture

Four Great Ancient Capitals of China

As one of the four ancient civilizations, China experienced many...

4 Most Representative Traditional Chinese Festivals

China is one of the four ancient civilizations and there...

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