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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!  >> more details

10 Tips for Visiting the Forbidden City

There are many obstacles to face when you visit the Forbidden City, such as the huge crowds, getting lost, or missing the highlights of the imperial palace. In order to...
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How to Visit the Forbidden City Without the Crowds

Can you imagine standing in the Forbidden City and there is nobody else around? It feels as though you are the emperor and the whole imperial city belongs to you....
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10 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About the Forbidden City

The Forbidden City is not only a must-see attraction firmly standing in the heart of Beijing, but is also a vivid Chinese historic textbook from which you can discover lots...
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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.  >> more details

Shanghai Cuisine — Top 10 Popular Local Foods You Should Get

From a small fishing village to an international metropolis, almost everything seems to have changed in Shanghai. But, no matter how many years have passed by, you can find various...
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Shanghai Night Views — Top 10 Places You Will Appreciate

Nighttime views are an essential highlight of Shanghai. Different from the diverse themes you’ll see in the daytime, the night in Shanghai is shining and colorful. Go ahead and visit...
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Shanghai at Night — a City That Never Sleeps

There is a very popular and famous song that includes the lines: “Night in Shanghai, night in Shanghai, you are a city that never sleeps. Bright lights, the car sounds,...
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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.  >> more details

Top 10 Facts about the Terracotta Army

The Terracotta Army is very mysterious and we have various questions about it: Why did Emperor Qin Shi Huang build such a large-scale tomb? Are these terracotta warriors all the...
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Top 10 Facts about Xi’an: History, Culture, Lifestyle, and Travel Tips

The Terracotta Army is the most representative calling card of Xi’an. You may not know where Xi’an is but you will have heard of this famous attraction. However, if you...
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Xi’an Nightlife: Snacks, Night Sceneries, Night Markets, Shows, and Night Clubs

How can you spend your nights in Xi’an? After exploring the site of the Terracotta Army or other attractions during the day, the Xi’an nightlife should be a different and...
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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! >> more about Chinese culture

3 Payment Methods in China: Cash, Credit Card, and Mobile Payment

Many articles have stated: “China is living the future because you can do almost everything with a smartphone“. But how effective is this for travelers from the rest of the...
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The 10 Best Things to Do in China

China is an incredible, mysterious, and exotic country that has an old history, diverse culture, and tempting foods. With the economic growth, tourism and services have matured over the years,...
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China’s Public Holidays in 2018 and the Customs

There are seven public holidays in China: the New Year holiday, the Spring Festival, the Qingming Festival, the Labor Day holiday, the Dragon Boat Festival, the Mid-Autumn Festival, and the...
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