Guanxi, A Key to Business in China

On July 3, 2013, in China Travel Gossip, Featured China Stories, Tips & Ideas, by Sandy Li

If there is something I have grown to understand during my China travel experience is that Guanxi is an interesting secret to the relations in China. According to the Oxford Dictionary, “Guanxi, is the system of social networks and influential relationships which facilitate business and other dealings”. I can’t agree more. For entrepreneurs who want […]

 

Intersting facts of Yangtze River

On July 1, 2013, in Cruises, Tours, Yangtze River, by Sandy Li

For centuries, the Yangtze River has provided residents of China with the necessities of life. Whether that be fresh water, a source of nourishment of anything else, people throughout China have adored this spectacle of nature. Here are some interesting facts about the Yangtze River to keep in mind when booking a tour of China: […]

 

Yangtze River:Combining historical and Modern China

On June 26, 2013, in China Attractions, Cruises, Tours, Yangtze River, by Sandy Li

The Yangtze River has long been the lifeblood of China. Just as with any river, the Yangtze has been part of hundreds of historical and cultural events. The Yangtze River is the third largest river in the world and is nearly four thousand miles long. Throughout the history of China, this river has played a […]

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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, […]

Explore magical Yangtze

On May 30, 2013, in China Attractions, Cool Places, Cruises, Rivers & Gorges, Yangtze River, by Sandy Li

To the western 10,000 kilometers away from the North America, there is a beautiful and mysterious ancient country-China. China enjoys long history, vast land and various ethnic nationalities. It boasts of one of the Seven Wonders of the World-the Great Wall, of the world famous Terracotta Warriors and Horses, and above all, of the longest […]

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Love in Beijing

Spring has come to Beijing and every tree and every single flower has started is blooming. Birds have begun to sing and teenage hearts are throbbing. Even though my sweetheart does not live in China, the entire atmosphere around me is so romantic and inspiring, so I feel like dreaming of our future evening meals […]

 

How to eat cheap, tasty and not to get ill after.

On April 21, 2013, in China Travel Gossip, Restaurants & Food, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Where, how and when do you usually have your morning cup of coffee? And do you have it at all? I remember waking up every day in Tenerife and going eating to a café which was 500m away from my apartment.  A nice cup of coffee and a piece of cake was just about one […]

 

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 […]

Chinese breakfast

On August 16, 2012, in Adventure Trip, Restaurants & Food, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

There are a lot of differences between China and the rest of the world, but we all agree that the most important meal of the day is Breakfast. During your China tour you will see that the things a Chinese person eats in the morning are different to what occidental people eat, so why not […]

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10 Things to do in Beijing.

Before you go on your Beijing tour probably you’ll have to plan it beforehand. What’s to see in Beijing? Where to go? Well, don’t panic and read this list of “Top 10 of things to see in your Beijing Tour” 1)      Forbidden City The Forbidden City was initially an imperial palace for the Ming and […]

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