February 2 marks World Wetlands Day, and we have selected China’s most beautiful.
Solemn and awe-inspiring, Buddha statues are more than just symbols of a religion. They have become celebrated works of art and stand witness to thousands of years of civilization. Here are some of China’s most famous.
Tianmen Mountain sits on a vast area of well-preserved forest and valuable rare plants. Visitors can marvel at the array of majestic quartz sandstone pillars or witness some of the extreme sports that the mountain attracts.
China boasts a reputation for its long history, and it seems pretty appealing for overseas visitors to explore China’s mysterious ancient towns.
Tianmen Mountain, a natural fresco and one of the national forest parks of Zhangjiajie City, is a must see spot in Hunan Province.
Where there are fears, there are those who want to conquer them. Here is a list of the top five thrilling skywalks around China.
Here’s a list of tips to help you enrich your trips with the best travel souvenirs.
More than 400 artifacts unearthed from the tomb of Haihunhou (Marquis of Haihun) are now being exhibited at the Capital Museum in Beijing. The exhibition opened to the public on March 19, and will last until June 2. “The tomb is of great value for the study of burial systems and history of the Han […]
The latest list of the richest Chinese cities has been released by China Business News, with Beijing leading the list.