Mid-Autumn Festival

On September 10, 2013, in China Attractions, Cultural Experience, Ethnic Group Flavors, Festivals, by Jack Li

Have you already heard of the Moon Festival or the Mid-autumn Festival? Together with the Spring Festival (The Chinese New Year) it is one of the two most important occasions in the Chinese calendar. Therefore it is an official holiday where a lot of Chinese will travel home to their families. Visit some special places […]


Festivals in Shandong during Aug and Sep

Would you like to travel to Shandong during August and September? Except for the picturesque nature landscape and rich cultural landscape, you may want something for fun or something you can learn from it by join in it. With the Qingdao beer festival reaching to its climaxs, let’s have a look at other activities you […]


Yantai the wonderland

On August 15, 2013, in Ancient Houses & Courtyards, Entertainment, Festivals, Shandong, Tips & Ideas, by Sandy Li

When being asked which place you would like to visit, maybe you will answer that you want to visit a place with golden sand and blue sea, or a place with a centuries-old history. A place with magnificent architectures or a place with various cultures. Have you ever imagined that there could be one place […]


Oktoberfest VS Qingdao International Beer Festival

On April 26, 2013, in China Travel Gossip, Cool Places, Festivals, Shandong, by Sandy Li

You call yourself beer lovers? Then you are not supposed to be unfamiliar with Oktoberfest, which is the largest folk festival in the world, held annually in Munich, Germany. This festival in the theme of beer begins in September on a Saturday three weeks before the first Sunday of October and always includes October 3rd, […]

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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”. […]


Exploring The Expo

On May 8, 2012, in Festivals, Modern Architecture, Places of Interest, by Jack Li

Akin to the National Stadium in Beijing, the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (The Expo) instills a strong sense of accomplishment and legacy even after the conclusion of a major event in the country’s history. The Expo’s location means that it is reachble by the Shanghai metro with Madang Road Station and moreover for Shanghai […]

‘Sounds Peachy!’

On April 26, 2012, in Festivals, Nature Scenery, Tours, by Jack Li

If you are going to travel to Beijing around springtime, why not stop-off at Pinggu. Not to be fooled with the conventional botanical garden shows, the Pinggu Peach Flowers Festival is an annual springtime event which allows people to admire the blossoming local peach trees. This is an extremely popular event that spans a few […]

A Visit to Jade Lake Park

On April 25, 2012, in Beijing, Festivals, Parks & Gardens, by Jack Li

When you travel to Beijing, you will see that there are lots of parks offering locals and tourists enough opportunity for some outdoor activity, a walk around a lake, family time and a nice scenery to take pictures. If you want to learn about the country and culture you can get a lot of information […]

China – a Paradise for Nature Lovers

On April 13, 2012, in Festivals, Nature Scenery, Temples, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Given the size of the country it’s only natural that China offers a wide variety of landscapes and climate zones (18 different ones in total), reaching from deserts in the northwest of the country to tropical climate zones in the southeastern parts. In general, from the western to the northeastern areas the seasons are quite […]

The Year of the Dragon

On April 12, 2012, in Cultural Experience, Festivals, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

What people have in mind when they hear about the Chinese New Year are probably dragon dances and fireworks. Those are very traditional elements of the festivities and when you travel to Beijing or another big city you should certainly see this part of the culture if you get the chance. If you book one […]

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