Snow is falling, books are calling. In fact, winter is the best season for reading. Here are three distinctive libraries that allow you to dive into “an ocean of books” in China.
When you think of traveling in China’s Hunan Province, what comes to mind first? Maybe Zhangjiajie National Forest Park’s karst peaks and drifting clouds, or the ancient town of Fenghuang with its distinctive architecture? Here are 10 new attractions for those who don’t want to visit the same destination twice.
The Chinese Museum of Women and Children in Beijing opened to the public in 2010. It is the country’s first national museum focused on women, children and social changes that impact them.
Situated in Xibei Road, Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Museum is a large integrated museum and centre for the collection and study of cultural relics discovered in the region.
Urban parks, with ecological, leisure and entertainment functions, play an essential role in the city’s ecosystem and everyday life.
A puppy-shaped 3D purse, Chinese mask slippers, egg-tart shaped earrings and coin-featured silver rings, all these unusually artsy products can be found in HKTDC Design Gallery at Oriental Plaza Mall in Beijing.
You’ve probably heard recently that China’s cruise industry is booming. Indeed, in the past 5 years, its cruise industry has developed significantly in terms of policymaking, port construction, and the introduction of cruise ships, trips and services.
Most subway stations in Chinese cities have distinctive walls that represent local culture.
The Maritime Silk Route Museum is located at Hailing Island Experimental Development Zone, Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province, its main exhibit the Nanhai No.1 shipwreck from the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and invaluable cultural relics from the ship.
“Some people think it’s a butterfly, some people think it’s a seashell and some think it’s a boat sailing. Nevertheless, it touches the heart of everybody who sees it.”