One Day Beijing Great Wall Biking & Hiking Trip. From USD94

On August 11, 2010, in Adventure Trip, Cool Places, Tips & Ideas, Tours, by Jack Li

Explore Beijing in a unique, and exhilarating way; from the seat of a bike! With Bicycle tours, you can get up close and personal with an ancient civilization and progressing society all at once. Traveling by bike offers a healthy, environmentally friendly, convenient, economical,  safe and fun means of travel, transportation and recreation. Whether it be […]

My Hometown-Beijing Yanqing

On August 4, 2010, in Adventure Trip, Tours, by Jack Li

Yanqing is a subdivision of the municipality of Beijing located northwest of the city proper of Beijing. The county consists of 11 towns and 4 rural townships. It lies 74 kilometers northwest of central Beijing. It is west of Huairou District and north of Changping District. Outside its western and northern borders lies Hebei Province. […]

What Is the Best Time To Buy Cheapest China Flights

On August 3, 2010, in Tips & Ideas, Transportation, Travel Info, What's Our Specialist Say?, by Jack Li

When is the best time of year – financially – to fly? The best moment to buy air tickets is at low season – March to August, excluding the Labor Day. In China, you also should avoid the National Day (Oct 01st to 07th), New Years Day (Jan 01st to 03rd) and Spring Festive holiday […]

Charms Hidden amongst the Chinese Minorities–In-depth Southeast Guizhou to Dragon Backbone Terrace From USD627

On August 3, 2010, in Adventure Trip, Cool Places, Tours, by Jack Li

In-depth Southeast Guizhou to Dragon Backbone Terrace Guizhou of Southwest China has long been remote, stagnant and backward, however, unspoiled by tourism development as seen in surrounding provinces such as Guangxi, Yunnan and Sichuan. Its relative isolation has made the region one of the best kept secrets in China; its stunning landscape, characterized by limestone […]


Xi’an—one of the four most famous ancient capitals

On August 1, 2010, in Terracotta Warriors, Travel Info, Xi'an, by Jack Li

Xi’an is located in the middle of China, the capital of Shaanxi province. Xi’an once called Chang’an, which means long-term stability. Xi’an was the capital of 13 dynasties in Chinese history. So it is the birthplace of Chinese civilization. Walking on the streets of Xi’an, you can see the historical buildings of various dynasties, Big […]


Xiamen–Island of Music and Art of Living

On July 29, 2010, in Cool Places, Cruises, Cultural Experience, by Jack Li

Xiamen is a good place to spend your summer time there. Walking through Gulangyu was like taking a stroll through time. Narrow streets and Victorian and Neo-Classical colonial buildings mixed with the occasional note from piano made this place hard to leave. Sipping tea amongst lotus flowers in the Nanputuo Temple while monks chant in […]

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China Trip Planning & Inspiration

On July 23, 2010, in Tips & Ideas, Travel Info, by Jack Li

1. Exceptional China Destinations and Attractions When it comes to choosing “where to go” & “what to see” for your next trip to China there’s no compromise on getting it right. So take a look at our destination guide to help you make the right decision. 2. China Trip Ideas There are many ways to […]

Travel Outdoors in Shanghai

On July 23, 2010, in Cool Places, Shanghai, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

The city has a plethora of parks from sedate gardens and wildlife enclosures to wild rides at thrilling theme parks. Summer is the perfect time to enjoy some of Shanghai’s outdoor attractions. And for those looking for a diversion from the long lines and hundreds of thousands of people at the Expo 2010 Shanghai, the […]

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More trains to Lhasa in time for summer demand

On July 5, 2010, in Lhasa, Tours, Transportation, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Travel agents in Shanghai have hailed the increase in the frequency of direct trains between Shanghai and Lhasa as demand for tours to the Tibet Autonomous Region increases. From today, there will be a train departing at 8 pm daily for Lhasa from Shanghai Railway Station, arriving two days later. Previously, there was one train […]

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Baby Panda

On July 1, 2010, in Featured China Stories, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Five-month-old giant panda cub, Yun Zi, made his official debut Wednesday at the San Diego Zoo. “The giant panda is one of many animal species around the globe fighting for survival. We expect Yun Zi to become an ambassador for conservation, one of the many animal here at the San Diego Zoo helping to connect people […]

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