Bridges are an important symbol of ancient Chinese civilization, and demonstrate the skill and intelligence of the master craftsmen who first constructed them.
As an essential part of Chinese cultural heritage, ancient towns in China reflect the histories and traditions of different peoples and areas.
It is quite an experience to stand next to a rumbling waterfall and hear the plummeting water pound against the rocks.
Terraces are step-like landforms for cultivation in hilly or mountainous areas that have provided food for hundreds of years and continue to play an important role in Chinese agriculture. Today these terrace fields are also marvels for travelers and photographers.
Towers are supposed to stand still, but over time some may tilt or be effected by sudden external forces. While the Tower of Pisa probably comes to mind, China also has a number of towers famous for their tilt.
If you are also planning a photography trip, don’t miss these seven popular spots to shoot seas of clouds.
The Chinese pavilion is an exquisite type of structure that is a traditional part of Chinese architecture. Let’s find out where are the most famous!
The Danxia landform refers to unique types of rock formations found in southeast, southwest and northwest China that “consist of a red bed characterized by steep cliffs.”
No one can truly estimate the efforts of human beings in reaching for the sky.
Although it might not be the first thing come to mind when you think about China, Christianity has a long history here .