Tea in China

Tea is the national drink in China. Chinese tea just as Chinese character has a long history, and serves as an important part of Chinese long-standing history and culture.

Easter In China

In China, Easter is only a special holiday for the Catholics, Orthodox and most established Christian churches. Millions of Christians celebrate in some fashion.

But most people don't observe it or believe in the resurrection at all, and other millions of Chinese have taken up Western children customs such as Easter eggs hunts just for the fun or novelty. Here is how the people celebrate on Easter in the Mainland and Hong Kong.



Beijing Travel Guide - Practical Chinese For Tourism

by Spices / April 18, 2014 | 20:27

As a native Beijinger, I lead a two day quick tour in Beijing city area for my US good friends early this April. It is my first time being a local tour guide to foreigners so everything was new and fresh to me. I found the experience was very valuable and interesting, so I wrote it down and am sharing it with any foreign travelers who are planning a trip to Beijing, especially those who are planning a short trip either for sightseeing or for the coming 2008 Olympics. I hope it will be a helpful guide and that you find the information useful.

Top 10 Cities for Shopaholics

by old Best Country / March 21, 2014 | 03:34

If your heart starts palpitating at the mere sight of a ?sale' sign, or if you`ve been known to elbow other shoppers out of the way for getting between you and those must-have boots, this list is for you. We've rounded up the world`s 10 best cities for shopaholics for those of you who plan your vacations with retail therapy built in s whether you're in the market for high fashion, fancy baubles, or even an unusual pet, we've got a destination for you. So pay off some credit card debt and hit the road s but don't blame us when the bills come in.


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