Shopping at China’s Silicon Valley

The best place to buy some electronic devices in Beijing is Zhong Guan Cun. This place is located in Haidian Disctrict between the 3rd and the 4th ring road. Zhong Guan Cun is a technology hub in this dicstrict, it is very famous all around China and it is also called the China’s Silicon Valley. […]

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Planning your trip to China

This article especially targets people who has never been to China. As a European girl, I realized that travelling to China needs specific preparation and most of all… time. For some of you all the tips I will give would seem quite logical to you, however I know that before leaving we always have the […]

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Falling in love with Pandas

On July 25, 2012, in China Travel Gossip, Getting Around, Sichuan, Travel Info, by Jack Li

I’m sure that if you wanted to travel to China or if you want to a part of the reason is because you want to see real pandas! Everyone knows that China’s most popular animal is the giant panda bear. Dragons are their favorite animal from the mythology but pandas are the Chinese national’s emblem. […]

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Lend a Helping Hand: Volunteering in Beijing

When traveling to Beijing, the first things on any foreigner’s itinerary are seeing the Great Wall, joining tours of famous sites such as the Temple of Heaven, getting some great deals at the Silk Market, and having their fair share of Peking duck. However, for who feel like doing some good for others while in […]

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Curiosities about china.

On July 24, 2012, in Adventure Trip, China Travel Gossip, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

During your Travel to China you will see lots of things that will surprise you and some other things that maybe you have not realized but can be very useful if you want to blend in the Chinese world. Sometimes you are rude without realizing it so make sure you know a bit of the […]


Chinese mythology: How Heaven and Earth were created.

China travel’s guide books can’t provide you all the information you need about Chinese culture, beliefs, history and myths. But fully understanding its inhabitants needs going further on the culture. Western people have their own version of how the Earth was created according to the Bible, but did you know that even Chinese people are not religious […]

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Put your suit, your hat and sunblock too, we’re going to splash all afternoon!

On July 23, 2012, in China Attractions, China Travel Gossip, Waterfalls & Pools, by Jack Li

After have been living Beijing’s heaviest rainfall in 60 years this weekend, and have walked in the capital’s pond like a child, it made me want to write about Chinese water parks. I think that the best place to have fun with your family in a hot summer day would be spending it in water […]

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Souvenirs, souvenirs…

On July 19, 2012, in China Travel Gossip, Shopping, Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

You can travel anywhere in the world, there will be always something that you must do; buying some souvenirs for relatives, friends and of course for yourself too. Your China tours will offer you a large selection of souvenirs, if something strikes your eyes you will buy it, or on the contrary maybe you won’t […]

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At Melody KTV it’s your time to shine!

On July 19, 2012, in Beijing, China Travel Gossip, Nightlife, by Jack Li

Back in the U.S., I had always heard of the massive following karaoke had in China, but never knew I’d one day experience it myself. When I decided to travel to China, trying KTV was a definite priority. After my first week in Beijing, my life was finally blessed with the opportunity to take part […]

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Chinese astrology

On July 17, 2012, in China Travel Gossip, Cultural Experience, Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Understanding Chinese culture and way of thinking is a plus to enjoy your China travel; their history, beliefs, values and ideas are so different from the West, and some points are quite hard to imagine. Indeed, dealing with beliefs, as you know Chinese people have their own astrology, not based on months like us, but […]

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