An Intoxicating and fascinated place—-Hangzhou

On June 12, 2016, in Hangzhou, by Kate Liu

The South is dear to me, The scenes stay in my memory. Over the waves the sun glows, redder than fire, And the spring water flows, as blue as sapphire. How can I not the South desire?                             Bai Juyi (Tr. Zhao Yanchun)               The South has always been connected with watery town, pristine village, […]


Free WiFi — “i-xihu” Opens up in West Lake scenic area

On May 25, 2016, in Hangzhou, by Kate Liu

Do you remember the “i-hangzhou”? Owing to it, Hangzhou became the first city offering free outdoor WiFi.   Now, more welfare is coming for Hangzhou citizens! On the third anniversary of West Lake successfully applying for the list of world heritage, West Lake scenic area and Huashu corporation together have launched free WiFi pilot projects […]


11 Days Tour to Mt. Everest: Beijing – Lhasa – Gyanste – Shigatse- Shelkar -Mount Everest Base Camp –Lhasa- Shanghai

Want a panorama of China? In this tour to Mt. Everest you will find out China has more than one amazing aspect. A Traditional China You can learn about the history of China through the visit of Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Great Wall. In Yuyuan Garden you can appreciate the garden art and have […]


6 Days’ Join-in Group Tour to Mt. Everest

On April 29, 2016, in China Travel Gossip, Lhasa, Mountain Areas, by Jack Li

Tibet, a sacred land on the roof of the world, is a long-lasting legend awaiting people around the world to explore. Before you hit on the road to Tibet, you may have as many doubts as expectations. The following three reasons will convince you that it is worth your sweat to have a Mt. Everest […]


Hangzhou—The heaven on earth

On January 13, 2016, in China Travel Gossip, Hangzhou, by Jack Li

To speak of Hangzhou, people are likely to mention the old saying:”Up above there is Paradise, down here there are Suzhou and Hangzhou.” And the representation of the beauty of Hangzhou definitely is the picturesque West Lake.   The view of the West Lake is magnificent. Surrounded by mountains, and with a perimeter of 15 […]


Qingdao: A Dream Unwilling to Wake up

On August 26, 2015, in Qingdao, by Kate Liu

On August 4th, by Catherine Liu Qingdao is the city full of literary and artistic atmosphere. With peaceful sea and sunshine road, you could see historic architecture among lush trees.   As soon as you arrive in Qingdao, you could smell the flavor of sea in the air. If you get here by train, then […]


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 […]


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 […]


Introduction of HangZhou

On December 24, 2014, in Hangzhou, by Kate Liu

Capital of Zhejiang Province, Hangzhou is a tourist city well known at home and abroad. It lieson the lower reaches of the Qiantang River and is the southern end of the l,794-kllometre-long Grand Canal (Beijing- Hangzhou Canal). With an area of 16,596 square kilometers inhabited by a population of 6.08 million, it embraces six urban […]


West Lake: Charming as before

On December 24, 2014, in Hangzhou, by Kate Liu

If you are tired of the hustle and bustle city of Shanghai, it’s a good choice to come to Hangzhou, especially the West Lake (Xi Hu) where lies the inspiration of many Chinese Painting and Poems. The cool breeze, the withering willows and the little pavilions standing far away in the mountains, makes it a […]

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