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Yantai – the charming city

In 2004, China Central Television (CCTV) recognized Yantai as the most "Charming City of China." Although Yantai is not a metropolis like Beijing and Shanghai, it has its own unique charm. Adding to the draw of local natural resources,...


Combining fresh sea air and dashing good looks, Qīngdǎo (青岛) – the name means 'Green Island' – is a rare modern city that has managed to preserve some of its past while angling a dazzling modern face to the...


Xining (西宁) has a history of over 2,100 years and was a chief commercial hub on the Hexi Corridor caravan route to Tibet, handling especially timber, wool and salt in ancient times. The trade along the Hexi Corridor was part of a larger...

Ngari – The Most Remote Area in Tibet

Ngari (阿里) was once the heart of the ancient kingdom of Guge in Western Tibet. The ruins of the former capital of the Guge kingdom are located at Tsaparang in the Sutlej valley, not far from Mount Kailash and 1,200 miles (1,900 km) westwards from Lhasa. Guge was founded in the...


Many may think that Changzhou is just like any other city in Jiangsu province, China. But in reality, Changzhou is one of the best cities to live and work in, not just in Jiangsu, but also in the whole...


Wuxi, a shining peal of Taihu Lake, is located at the south of Jiangsu Province, linking with the Yangtze River in the north and Taihu Lake in the south. Moreover, it is approximately half way between the cities of Shanghai (metropolis...


Quanzhou, also called Licheng and Citong Cheng in Pinyin, is one of the most famous historical and cultural cities in China. It is an important seaport located in southeast Fujian Province and is the economic and political center of the province....

Dali Attractions

Dali, a city of great antiquity, beckons the visitor in any season and is always a tempting destination for those interested in exploring fascinating natural scenery and the area's considerable historical and cultural heritage. It is renowned as a...

Macao: Here’s a peek into what makes it so unique

Macao, a Chinese special administrative region on the western side of the Pearl River estuary. What do the uber rich splash their cash on? And why does it attract close to 30,000,000 visitors a year? CNBC’s Emily Tan takes...

Hainan: China’s tropical playground | First Class

Hainan is an island province and China’s southernmost point. It’s being positioned as the country’s tropical playground and there truly is something for everyone. From sandy beaches to five star hotels. From a cultural zone to world class golf...



The history of a unified Tibet begins with the rule of Songtsän Gampo (604–650 CE), who united parts of the Yarlung River Valley and founded...

The Township of Tongli


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