Hutongs- A world away from bustling Beijing

On July 6, 2011, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Festivals, by Jack Li

  When you often think of Beijing you think of the numerous historical sites and the thriving business district. Beijingers and tourists a like rush around the city, but rarely slow down to notice the hidden gem of the city; The Hutongs. These are the old neighbourhoods where locals have lived for centuries. If you […]

Lantern Festival

On June 29, 2011, in China Travel Gossip, Cultural Experience, Festivals, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

Have you ever attended any festival? Book through China travel today and experience one of China’s famous festivals. Are you already in China? Try one of the China tours and be at the right place to get the full experience of the festival. The lantern festival occurs on the fifteenth day of the first lunar […]

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Spring Festival

On June 14, 2011, in Cultural Experience, Featured China Stories, Festivals, by Jack Li

Spring festival is the most popular festival in the Chinese culture. It is a time when family members come together to celebrate. In other countries, spring festival is known as New Year. The difference is the time the festivals are celebrated. In the Chinese community, the spring festival is falls on the first day of […]

The Legend of the Qingming Festival

On June 13, 2011, in Cultural Experience, Featured China Stories, Festivals, by Jack Li

Qingming Festival is one of the popular festivals held in China. On your China Tour, you may get the privilege of seeing the Qingming Festival. You can plan your trip through China Travel today. Qingming is also known as the Tomb Sweeping Day or Pure Brightness and falls on April 5 of the Chinese calendar. […]

Fragrant Hills Park

On June 13, 2011, in Beijing, Cool Places, Festivals, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

A Beijing travel not only gives the chance to experience one of the most beautiful shopping and modern society surrounding, but it also gives opportunity to get away from the daily routine and busy city life, mainly thanks to the several parks around the area of Beijing. Fragrant Hills Park is considered a public park, it sits just next to the Western mountains in the […]

Duānwǔjié =The Dragon Boat Festival & Zòngzi

On June 10, 2011, in Cultural Experience, Festivals, Tips & Ideas, by Jack Li

When you think of a festival do the words dragon or boat come to mind? Well book any one of China Tours and come experience the many festivals that China has to offer. This past weekend the Dragon Boat Festival which is also called (Duānwǔjié Festival) took place at most lakes and waterways. The origin […]

The Legend of the Qingming Festival

On April 7, 2011, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Festivals, by Jack Li

When you are in china travel, you may confuse the Qingming Festival. During you China Tours, you may be just at the festival.Qingming Festival also called Tomb Sweeping Day or Pure Brightness in English, usually falls around April 5 in traditional Chinese calendar. In the beginning, this festival served as one of the 24 solar […]

The Hi-Lights of Chinese Kongfu

On October 8, 2010, in China Travel Gossip, Featured China Stories, Festivals, by Jack Li

Ten years after the big shot movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”, a new movie “Reign of Assassins” which has just been released is said to be the best martial art film after “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” that has aroused audiences’ love of Chinese Kongfu. Maybe your impression of Chinese Kongfu is that some people are […]

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Get China Country Information in Old Beijing Folk-customs Exhibition, the Capital Museum,part2

On September 22, 2010, in Beijing, Cultural Experience, Festivals, by Jack Li

If you choose China Airlines to Travel to Beijing, the Capital Museum is the ideal place for you to get a glimpse of this city. So, Let us continue my introduction of the capital museum. 6. Spinning Top Can you guess what is a spinning top? In a room of the exhibition hall, there is […]

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Have a Taste of Chinese Folk Culture

On September 13, 2010, in Cultural Experience, Festivals, by Jack Li

China is a large country with 56 minority groups which have their distinct ways of living and cultures. I believe not only foreigners but also Chinese people themselves are interested in knowing Chinese folk culture. I am one of them. I like their unique clothes and decorations and the minority people who are known to […]

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