Celebrate Chinese New Year 2016 – the Year of Monkey!

11/01/2016
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Celebrate Chinese New Year 2016 - the Year of Monkey with the locals!

Chinese New Year falls on February 8, 2016. According to Chinese zodiac, it is the Year of the Monkey. If you plan to visit China during the spring festival holiday, it will be a special cultural experience to celebrate the traditional Chinese New Year with the locals. Things to Do in Chinese New Year 1.

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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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Recommended Things to Do for Visiting Beijing in Autumn

13/09/2015
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Lantern Show on Mid-August Festival

Autumn is one of an idea season to visit Beijing for its fine weather and colorful scenery. Beijing autumn usually lasts two months from mid September to November. The temperature in these months changes from around 22 degrees to 12 degrees from day to night. During the day time it is still warm, but in

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Fragrant Hills Park – the best place to see autumn red leaves in Beijing

29/10/2014
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Red Leaves of Beijing Fragrant Hill Park

Beijing Fragrant Hill is one of the most famous places in China to see the red leaves. Red Leaves Festival is held every Mid-October to Mid-November, lasting about one month.

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Top Destinations for 2014 Mid-Autumn Festival in Beijing

17/05/2014
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Full Moon on Mid-Autumn Festival in Beijing

China’s Mid-Autumn Festival, the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, falls on September 8 this year. On this traditional Chinese festival, eating the moon cakes, enjoying the full moon with family and friends is also a must.

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U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama Visited China for 7 Days

26/03/2014
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Michelle Walking on the Great Wall

Accepting the invitation of China’s first lady Peng Liyuan, wife of Chinese President Xi, U.S. first lady Michelle Obama have visited China for 7 Days.

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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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How to Have Fun at Your Summer Night in Beijing?

16/07/2012
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Summer is always the best season to enjoy the pleasure when the heat is gone after the sun set. Taking a walk after dinner with family, go to the night market for local snacks, or just have a drink in a Night club… both the local residents and travelers enjoy the night here. If you

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Happy Dragon Boat Festival 2012!

21/06/2012
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On June 23th, 2012 is the annual Dragon Boat Festival. This is one of the most important on Chinese Lunar Calendar, which has more than 2,000 years of history. To celebrate this traditional festival and make more people know about the folk custom, many activities are hold during this 3-day holiday of Dragon Boat Festival.

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Beijing-Shanghai HSR Trains Guide & Tips

16/05/2012
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The Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway has been servicing for the public for nearly one year since June 30, 2011. For its fast speed and cheaper cost than that of taking a flight, more and more travelers prefer taking a ‘G’ train from Beijing to Shanghai. And here are some useful information for you taking the high-speed

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