Which Fujian Tulous should I add to my trip?
Fujian is famous for its landmarks named Tulou, where you can meet the renowned Hakka cultural people who still live here with a great history of hundreds of years. However, there are so many different Fujian Tulous each with its
Which places in Shanghai do you miss the most?
Finally, deputy mayor Zong Ming said on Monday that Shanghai’s reopening would be carried out in stages. With no debate that returning to daily life could be a challenge as many districts and even buildings are still been placed under
Explore 6 Endemic Animals in China
China is one of the countries with the greatest wildlife diversity in the world. While many focus on their spectacular beauty, the national parks are also home to an incredibly diverse array of wildlife allowing you to explore and learn
8 Silk Road Facts You Might Want to Know
Travellers along the Silk Road were attracted not only by trade but also by the intellectual and cultural exchange taking place in cities along the Silk Road, many of which developed into hubs of culture and learning. Today, we would
5 Virtual travel experiences from home
We are counting down the days when our community can open again under current outbreak. However, for those itching to travel the situation seems more uncertain. We have gathered a few websites where you can satiate your wanderlust with some
Food Experiences You Need to Try in China
Did you know the traditional way to greet someone in China is 'have you eaten yet?' (nǐ chī le ma). Food is the paramount necessity to Chinese people therefore Chinese cuisine owns varied cooking styles, techniques and ingredients that have
5 Most Historical Chinese Villages to Discover
China is known for its cutting-edge megacities, but it is also one of the oldest civilizations on the planet. In its ancient villages, you can find traditional life. Chengyang There is a village in a remote valley in the southern Chinese province
Did you know Yunnan is the largest coffee production in China?
There are few things more ritualistic than a morning cup of joe. As you are in China, why not try the coffee bean products from Yunnan province to refresh the day. For you to have more idea about the world
Chinese New Year Desserts You Can Try
The legend of the Spring Festival says that New Year’s Eve was the day when the monster Nian would come and terrorize the villages. Therefore people would hide in their homes, preparing a feast for their ancestors and gods to
Stunning Filming Locations in China to Check Out!
It is often said that watching movies is one of the best way of traveling. Before traveling in China, it might surprise you how many places you have already “been to”, I mean through movies. This year go and relive