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.”
The Red Brick Art Museum in Beijing, famous for its novel design, is an ideal spot for you to enjoy contemporary art.
Borderlands: not just for cowboys and road warriors.
There is a Chinese saying that goes like this: Life is like a drama, while a drama is like life.
Tianjin, just a half-hour train ride from Beijing, features far more than just colonial-era buildings. The city is also home to the world’s only porcelain house located at No.72 Chifeng Road, Heping District.
Experience nightlife with Beijing characteristics.
Combining Western and domestic culture, China’s amusement parks provide fancy destinations for recreation-seekers.