Penglai, Where the Immortals Live

Penglai, Where the Immortals Live This is the Olympus in China. Penglai, Yantai, Shandong province is the place where the eight immortals cross the ocean in ancient Chinese myth. Penglai doesn’t enjoy this reputation for no reason. Located on north end of Shandong peninsula, this is city is usually in mysterious mist and its wonder of […]


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 […]


What’s the Best Time to Travel Shandong?

On May 12, 2015, in Shandong, Tips & Ideas, Tours, Travel Info, by Kate Liu

What’s the Best Time to Travel Shandong? Jinan: Jinan is famous for the springs. The springs are mostly active and vibrant in summer and autumn. So the best time to travel this city is from September to October. The climate is agreeable in this period and the mountains, springs, lakes and rivers can give you […]


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 […]


A cultural and historical explore in Shandong

On April 22, 2015, in Shandong, by Kate Liu

If you’re interested in Chinese grand culture and history, Shandong is certainly a good choice.   Shandong , with a history of more than 5000 years, is considered one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization. Shandong has also been the home of a large number of historical figures, whose influence are still evident in contemporary […]


Have a romantic encounter with Yantai——- “the most charming city of

On April 16, 2015, in Shandong, by Kate Liu

Yantai, lying at the northeast tip of Shandong peninsula, is a beautiful coastal city. Surrounded by mountains and seas, Yantai is endowed with splendid natural landscapes, a variety of resources and hospitable climate. It has long been renowned all over the world as “Gold Coast”,”Fairyland on the Earth” ,and most importantly, “the most charming city […]


Cheer up in Qingdao!

On March 25, 2015, in Shandong, by Kate Liu

Imagine this, after a happy swim, you are lying down on the soft beach with a cup of cold beer, enjoying the most pleased summer vacation in your life. Well, all these can be realized in Qingdao!   Lying on the south coast of the Shandong Peninsula, Qingdao is a city of picturesque red-tiled roofs […]


A pilgrimage to Qufu Shandong

On March 11, 2015, in Shandong, by Kate Liu

You can’t be strange to Confucius, a renowned philosopher, politician and educator in ancient China whose system of belief involving philosophy, politics and ethics (subsequently known as Confucianism) has exerted profound influence on Chinese culture, was revered as the Sacred Model Teacher for Ten Thousand Generations by Chinese emperors. He built up a system of […]

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