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.
For a closer look at Beijing’s history and culture, the courtyard houses are a good starting point.
Inner Mongolia recently promoted their distinct winter tourism resources to the world. It blends natural winter landscapes with folk culture. Wintertime is party time in Inner Mongolia.
Want to stay away from the crowd during the fall? Here’s a good choice: the Western Hills National Forest Park. Completed in 1992, the park sits only 20km from downtown Beijing, and it has so much to offer.
Each and every one of China’s Great Walls functioned primarily as a physical barrier to block the southerly advance of nomadic enemies on horseback.
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 2nd International Maple Leaf Festival kicked off at Wudantala Forest Park of Horqin Left Rear Banner, Tongliao City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on October 15th, 2017.
Mongolian milk tea is a traditional Mongolian beverage. To Mongolians, milk tea is not just a drink, but a culture and an expression of emotion.
By 2020 China will finish pilot programs for establishing 10 national parks which are expected to undergo assessments in the coming years. Read on for a closer look at these 10 pilot national parks!
Before unification in 221 B.C. there were a number of Changcheng (Long Walls), but it was Emperor Qin Shihuang who created the first Wanli Changcheng (Great Wall) of subcontinental scale.