A Visit to Jade Lake Park

On April 25, 2012, in Beijing, Festivals, Parks & Gardens, by Jack Li

When you travel to Beijing, you will see that there are lots of parks offering locals and tourists enough opportunity for some outdoor activity, a walk around a lake, family time and a nice scenery to take pictures. If you want to learn about the country and culture you can get a lot of information […]

Zhongshan Park (Beijing)

On April 24, 2012, in Beijing, Historical Relics, Parks & Gardens, by Jack Li

Over the past week, Beijing certainly has experienced its fair share of rain which in turn has provided the city’s parks with a well-deserved drink. Combined with this replenishment and the warm springtime weather, it makes sense to visit one of the city’s green gems; namely, Zhongshan Park. The park is conveniently located next to the Forbidden […]

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Relaxing Sightseeing

On April 17, 2012, in Beijing, More Places of Interest, Parks & Gardens, by Jack Li

Travelling is always a great experience and a great opportunity to gain insight into the culture and traditions of the country you are visiting. So apart from the tourist attractions it’s interesting to see the different aspects a place has to offer. Therefore it’s nice to see the crowded and the quiet places, the tourist […]

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China – a Paradise for Nature Lovers

On April 13, 2012, in Festivals, Nature Scenery, Temples, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Given the size of the country it’s only natural that China offers a wide variety of landscapes and climate zones (18 different ones in total), reaching from deserts in the northwest of the country to tropical climate zones in the southeastern parts. In general, from the western to the northeastern areas the seasons are quite […]

Fitness Fans

On April 10, 2012, in Activities, Cultural Experience, Parks & Gardens, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

When you travel to Beijing it won’t be long until you come across an outdoor gym. You can find them in parks, streets, along the rivers and in many other public places. It’s probably not even far away from many Beijing hotels. At certain times of the day they are well frequented, with many older residents […]

Go for a Spring Break in Wuhan

On March 29, 2012, in Festivals, Lakes, Towers, Pagodas & Grottoes, Travel Info, by Jack Li

It comes to a high time to plan your China tour in the beautiful springtime and open the arms to brace the God’s gifts of nature. Think about going on a nice journey during the Qingming Festival? Don’t you ever forget to put Wuhan into your destination list. Book your China flights to Wuhan now, […]

 

See a Panda in Real Life

On March 15, 2012, in Activities, Beijing, Nature Scenery, Other Regions, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Have you watched the Hollywood movie Kong Fu Panda? Do you want to see a panda in real life? Travel to China this spring, and make a chance to see this adorable creature. Southwest China is the hometown of pandas. However you are also able to see this charming animal in big cities like Beijing, […]

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God’s Ancient Playground

Lhasa, the ancient capital of the Tibetan Autonomous Region, covers an area of more than 544 square kilometers; its location, weather, spiritual and ancient history have given rise to numerous nicknames such as “the City of Sunshine” and “the Land of Gods”.  Its remote location and high altitude (3,650meters) presents a wild and untamed beauty, […]

 

China, the Middle Kingdom

China, otherwise known as the Middle Kingdom or Celestial Empire is widely accepted as being the oldest and longest lasting civilization on earth, which maintains powerful links dating back some 5000 or 6000 years. Much of China’s history has been filled with internal and external conflict, which has dramatically shaped its people and the country. […]

 

Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the Intersection between Heaven and Earth

Hohhot is the capital of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, which borders both the Republic of Mongolia and Russia in the northeast and internally, Gansu, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces. The long and convoluted histories of Inner Mongolia combined with its astonishing natural beauty and blend of minorities, entice visitors from around […]