Passenger Notice

On May 8, 2015, in Tips & Ideas, Transportation, Travel Info, by Kate Liu

Regulations of Civil Aviation Administration of China  I. Listing of prohibited items both in carry-on luggage and checked luggage: Guns, mechanical appliances for military or police use (both main parts and components) and their imitations. Explosive objects such as munitions, fireworks, blasting equipment and their imitations. Controlled knives set by official. Flammable items, such as […]


Online Check-in

On May 8, 2015, in China Travel Gossip, Tips & Ideas, Transportation, Travel Info, by Kate Liu

Online Check-in Tips:   Not all Chinese airlines provide an online check-in service (for example China Express Airlines does NOT offer this service) Moreover, some of those who offer it, actually do not have an English-version of their website. We intend to offer you some general advice to help you cope up with the procedure of […]


Take a Visit to Yangtze River

Yangtze River is the longest river in Asia and third longest river in the world only after Nile in Africa and Amazon in South America. Rising high from the Tanggula range in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, it flows for 6,418 kilometers eastward across most southern part of China. Before it empties itself into East Sea in Shanghai, […]

Beijing starts a 72-hour visa-free stay policy for citizens of 45 countries

According to Beijing municipal authorities, Beijing will start a 72-hour visa-free stay policy for citizens of 45 countries from January 1, 2013. International travelers enjoy 72 hours transit visa policy based on the requirements of the Ministry of Public Security, in arriving at the Beijing Capital Airport, shall comply with the following conditions: 1) in line […]

Nothing Happens when you’re Asleep

On July 2, 2012, in Shanghai, Transportation, Travel Info, by Jack Li

So stay up, until your flight.  I’m leaving on a Jet Plane soon, so it’s about time to get my traveling ritual ready.  After I travel to Shanghai on the train I’m flying back to Beijing, and then taking a Beijing flight straight back to the US.  It’s about time for me to start getting […]


Under The Sea in Dalian

On July 2, 2012, in Adventure Trip, Beaches, Cultural Experience, Must-sees, Transportation, by Jack Li

Many people from China and the west have heard of Dalian which is famous as the Hong Kong of Northern China. Being a coastal city it is obvious that Dalian has some sea wildlife in the ocean next to it but what is not known by many who do not study ocean biodiversity is how […]

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Stoked For Haikou! It Might Just Be Better Than Hawaii!

On June 28, 2012, in Adventure Trip, Beaches, China Attractions, Festivals, Transportation, by Jack Li

Haikou is the capital city of Hainan Province with a population of 2,046,189. It has abundant amount of tourist destinations and historical Sites. Located on the northern edge of the Torrid Zone, Haikou has many sea beach scenic spots, like Jiari Beach, Baishamen Beach, Xixiu Beach. This city is apropriatly names “Mouth of the Sea”. […]


Discovering China by Railway

On May 25, 2012, in Tips & Ideas, Transportation, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Travelling by train in China is often a convenient and fast way to get around on your China Tours and usually train tickets are a lot cheaper than airfare. Not all routes are super quick but if you travel overnight and you can get some rest on the way you don’t really lose time and […]

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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, […]


Monkey Magic!

On January 16, 2012, in Adventure Trip, Cultural Experience, Tours, Transportation, by Jack Li

China’s most popular and widely known legend the beloved superhero, the Monkey King (Sūn Wùkōng) has been fondly retold through the centuries in many different forms. Countless adaptations have been made of the ancient Chinese tale, reinforcing traditional and cultural beliefs, while entertaining both the young and the old.  Growing up in the west, the […]

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