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China isn't a country - it's a different world. Unless you have a couple of years and unlimited patience, it's best to follow a loose itinerary here, such as following the Silk Road, sailing down the Yangzi River, or exploring the Dr Seuss landscape of Guangxi Province. From shop-till-you-drop metropolises to the desert landscapes of Xinjiang, China is a land of cultural and geographic schisms. It's not that it has completely done away with its Maoist past - it's more that the yin of revolutionary zeal is being balanced by the yang of economic pragmatism.

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From Beijing to Ulaanbaatar

Fri, 14 Apr 2017 | By atravelerswritings | Views [39]

How to travel from Beijing to Ulaanbaatar for 44USD         It is 11th April 2017 and my last day in china. Two ... Read more >

Tags: boder crossing, bus to ulan bator, china, how to cross the border, mongolia, transmongolianrailway

Photos: Beijing

Thu, 13 Apr 2017 | By dinagosse | Photo Gallery

Dina and Aaron visiting the Great Wall
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Our first day in Beijing

Mon, 13 Mar 2017 | By dinagosse | Views [57] | Comments [1]

Today we see one of the wonders of the world:  China's Great Wall. We drive from our hotel out of the city a bit. The wall is more into the Yan mountains. We are headed to the part of the wall known as Badaling, meaning that it is protecting the ... Read more >

Tags: badaling, fried scorpion, great wall, hutong

Traveling to Beijing

Sun, 12 Mar 2017 | By dinagosse | Views [34]

  We left North Bend yesterday (!) for our 20-day tour of China. Got a shuttle bus direct to the airport from just near our house. Runs only every three hours, so we got to the airport very early for our flight. We were able to grab a generally ... Read more >

Hong Kong International Airport

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 | By ljkennedy | Views [63]

After a 15 hour flight, I thought I would have a coffee. Was delighted to see a Starbucks. I decided to follow the advice of a young woman who sat near me on the plane and experience some local coffee. She purchased a "white coffee" for me from a shop ... Read more >

Flowers for the Children

Wed, 23 Nov 2016 | By julikramer | Views [95]

Clip clop, clip clop, clip clop…the rubber shoes clip clop across the floor, back and forth, back and forth as the ayis carry potted plants from one side of the building to the other. They place each plant to form a perfect balance of color, fullness ... Read more >

Photos: Shanghai Disneyland

Tue, 22 Nov 2016 | By julikramer | Photo Gallery

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Photos: Flowers for the Children

Tue, 22 Nov 2016 | By julikramer | Photo Gallery

Flowers and plants set around Soong Ching Ling School to create a beautiful and healthy setting for children and teachers
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Photos: Ni Hoa from Beijing!

Thu, 15 Sep 2016 | By kirmily | Photo Gallery

Beijing Sept 15, 16
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Ni Hoa from Beijing!

Thu, 15 Sep 2016 | By kirmily | Views [120]

Ni Hoa from Beijing!  We arrived yesterday afternoon and crashed at the hotel for the night, after 18 hours of travel.  We took a cab from the airport (which took about an hour) and we were absolutely shocked by the horrible smog in the air.... Read more >

Photos: Beijing

Sat, 10 Sep 2016 | By marylee | Photo Gallery

Warmth of my friend Iris and warmth of the country
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Day 191: Delayed Debris

Mon, 25 Jul 2016 | By excellentadventure | Views [81]

1am must be the perfect time to move a bulldozer around Shanghai, so thats why it was next door - with a truck and 2 guys yelling while shovelling debris. Then the hammering, excavating and drilling continued for most of the morning. We left early ... Read more >

Day 190: Business Dinner

Sun, 24 Jul 2016 | By excellentadventure | Views [68]

They are renovating downstairs so thats fun (NOT!). Walked around for most of today in the scorching sun but borrowed an umbrella today. Xiandi, Old Town, Kids Market. Mike went wining and dining with the Airbnb owner Bill. He was picked up and ... Read more >

Day 189: Tower Rodeo

Sat, 23 Jul 2016 | By excellentadventure | Views [70]

Went to China Art Museum - Expo 2010. Walked all the way to the Financial District and went up the Shanghai Tower - 2nd tallest in the world, tallest in Asia - makes Empire State look like a paddle pop stick. Good timing - skyline from dat to night. ... Read more >

Day 188: Neon Pizza

Fri, 22 Jul 2016 | By excellentadventure | Views [73]

Started at a French bakery in the French Concession where we are staying. Think its the party/pub scene. Irish pubs, Deans bottle shop and a heap of cafes. Walked The Bund, the harbour esplanade with the famous Shanghai Skyline across the water. This ... Read more >

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