Tips for Hiking The Great Wall in Winter

04/11/2015
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How to Visit the Great Wall in Winter

Hiking the Great Wall in winter may be a little challenge for the freezing weather. However, if you can bare the cold, you may enjoy better views and make better photos with fewer travelers there. Since the tourist crowds are gone in winter, you can walk along the Great Wall hassle free. And if you

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Zhangjiajie Winter shows a white fairyland world

03/12/2014
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Zhangjiajie Fairyland Winter

From around December every year, Zhangjiajie has become a world of white fairyland. Numerous ravines, peaks and sandstone pillars are covered with ice or snow. It will more interesting visit for your. Also, you will enjoy a discount price from the local hotels.

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China Sets Up New Rules for Protecting Historical Towns from Fire

11/04/2014
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Dali Old Town

China has implemented several new rules on fire protection and control in historical towns and buildings, following three severe damages.

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All Guides about Mutianyu Great Wall Tour

24/03/2014
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Mutianyu Great Wall in Spring

For the first-time visitors in China, Mutianyu Great Wall will be the first choice to hike in all sections of Great Wall in Beijing, China.

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Today, You’re Free for Graffiti Writing on the Mutianyu Great Wall

06/03/2014
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Grattifi Writing on the Great Wall

Mutianyu, one famous section of the Great Wall in China, has a designated area for graffiti writing of tourists in order to better protect it, according to a statement from the district’s publicity department on Sunday.

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NBA LA Lakers Beijing Preseason Game Training, then hike Mutianyu Great Wall

14/10/2013
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NBA Basketball Players hike the Mutianyu Great Wall, get the warming welcome.

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The 4th 72-hour Visa-Free Transit City in China – Chengdu

02/09/2013
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Chengdu carried out the “72-hour Visa-Free Transit” policy on Sep. 1,2013. Then travelers from 45 stated countries will get more benefits in China, and tour more sites in Chengdu.

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Beijing Holidays: The Best Of Asia

24/10/2012
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For those seeking a holiday further afield, somewhere new, exciting and thoroughly different, perhaps consider the oriental delight of Beijing, the thriving capital of China, renowned as the most populous country in the world. It’s never too late to book your trip and for those in desperate need of a break with Beijing Holiday. Life

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Things to Do on a Layover in Beijing

17/04/2012
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Are you going to have a layover in Beijing? How will you make the best use of your time? Stuck in the hotel room to take a long rest, or run into the downtown to see the capital of China? If you have more than 6 hours to spend, why not take a short day

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The Best Hiking Section of the Great Wall

29/03/2012
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Spring is always a good season for Great Wall hiking, because it’s not too hot and not too cold for hiking and offers more clear days to appriecitate the beautiful view of the wall. While there are many sections near Beijing, such as Badaling, Mutianyu, Jinshanling, and Simatai, it is difficult for travelers, expecially who

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Chinese Manners and Taboos.

29/06/2011
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Chinese people are usually easy to deal with. However, sometimes though, cultural differences can give rise to difficulties. Here are some taboos of which foreigners may be unaware. Good manners: 1. To hold a rice bowl politely  rather than let it remain on the table as in Western dining etiquette. Your thumb should rest on

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Travel Tips Books about China(1)

03/06/2011
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These are great books of travel stories written by “Laowai” who had much experience with China and Chinese people.

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