A Brief Introduction of Some Famous Scenic Spots in Shandong Province

On May 14, 2015, in Beaches, China Attractions, Lakes, Mountain Areas, Shandong, Travel Info, by Kate Liu

Laoshan Mountain Laoshan Mountain (in Shandong Province), once was named as AoShan Mountain and other different names. Different historic records had different notes about it. Like the native old saying, “Though clouds in Mount Tai are high in the sky, they cannot compare with those in Laoshan Mountain in the East”. It is said that […]

 

Religion Paper Writing Service

On May 8, 2015, in Nature Scenery, by Jack Li

Religion is one of the main interesting academic disciplines in any given academic level. Students are required in most cases to choose their religion term paper topics so that they get a topic which they believe will help them develop their religion beliefs. There are different religions thus providing religion term paper assignments at times […]

 

Jinan, City of Spring

On May 8, 2015, in Lakes, Parks & Gardens, Shandong, Tours, by Kate Liu

Jinan, City of Spring It is said that there are hundred springs in Jinan, and among them, 72 are famous around the world. A lot of ancient poets left famous poems about springs in this city, describing their music, colour, shape, rhythm, sweetness and so on. So it is never too much to call this […]

 

Which Beach do You Prefer along the Long Coast Line in Shandong?

On May 8, 2015, in Beaches, Islands, Nature Scenery, Qingdao, Shandong, Tours, by Kate Liu

Which Beach do You Prefer along the long Coast Line in Shandong? Shandong peninsula penetrates far into the Pacific Ocean. Along the long coast, there are various beaches offering different equipment and scenery for your different requirement. Which one among them is you favorite? After reading this blog, you can choose one as your destination […]

 

Welcome to Taierzhuang

On May 8, 2015, in Chinese Towns & Villages, Historical Relics, Shandong, by Kate Liu

Taierzhuang is a place with both history and natural scenes. If you like to see natural scenes, you can go to weishan lake. Weishan Lake, is the largest fresh water lake in northern china. With many water lilies and lotus in with lake, every summer the weishan lake will attract large amount of visitors from […]

 

Qingdao badaguan

On May 8, 2015, in Parks & Gardens, Qingdao, by Kate Liu

Badaguan, is a scenery consisting of 8 street that were named after the eight great military fortifications of ancient times. With various architecture styles from more than 20 countries, such as Russia, the great Briton, France and so on, badaguan is known as the “Architecture Expo”. Inside the region, the princess mansion and the marble […]

 

Have a Date with Beijing in Autumn (with the 72-Hrs Visa-Free Stay in Beijing)

On October 28, 2013, in Beijing, China Attractions, Getting Around, More Places of Interest, Must-sees, by Sandy Li

If you happen to transit in Beijing in autumn,then congratulations!You can not only enjoy the 72 hours visa-free, but also a lot of beautiful scenery that only exist in the autumn in Beijing. There is a famous Chinese writer Lao She who said, in autumn you have to live in Peiping,Autumn in Peiping and nothing […]

 

Qufu, the hometown of Confucius

Qufu is located in the southwest of Shangdong Province. Qufu was the capital of the kingdom Lu between 770 BC-476BC. Today the town is especially known as being the hometown of Confucius who was a great thinker and educator as well as the founder of the Confucian School in ancient China. He brought education to […]

 

Xiamen, the Egrets Island

On September 13, 2013, in Beaches, China Attractions, Cool Places, Islands, Must-sees, Nature Scenery, Other Regions, by Jack Li

Visit one of China’s most attractive cities – Xiamen! This beautiful coastal city is known for its scenery and tree-lined beaches.  Especially nature lovers will enjoy Xiamen’s Botanical Garden and the vehicle free atmosphere on the neighboring island Gulangyu. Lot of Chinese travel to Xiamen and spend some days in the city. There are direct […]

 

Mid-Autumn Festival

On September 10, 2013, in China Attractions, Cultural Experience, Ethnic Group Flavors, Festivals, by Jack Li

Have you already heard of the Moon Festival or the Mid-autumn Festival? Together with the Spring Festival (The Chinese New Year) it is one of the two most important occasions in the Chinese calendar. Therefore it is an official holiday where a lot of Chinese will travel home to their families. Visit some special places […]

 
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