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Train Ticket Prices to Increase by 30% in Southeastern Coastal Areas


Ticket prices for G and D trains travelling between 200 and 250 kilometers will increase in April due to increased competition and changes in pricing policy. ... Read More>>

Record Number of Chinese Tourists Plan to Go Abroad for Spring Festival HOT


More Chinese than ever are traveling abroad for the Spring Festival. This is due to relaxed visa requirements for Chinese tourists in many countries, the wider availability of low-cost group tours and an increased number of international flights to and from ...... Read More>>

The World’s Most Interesting Chinatowns Outside of Asia

The Chinese can be found at just about any corner of the planet, and wherever they go their culture is preserved through that most essential of ingredients to any cosmopolitan city. The Chinatown. ... Read More>>

China’s Top 5 Lower Tier Cities For Expats to Live HOT


Life in the big city is exhausting and expensive at times, but never fear. We’ve prepared a list of some of the best lower tier cities to live so that you know where to head when its time to uproot. ... Read More>>

Overcrowding in China: The Cons are Obvious, What About the Pros? HOT


The word ‘crowded’ takes on a whole new meaning during national holidays in China. Seas of pedestrians, jam-packed buses and subways, and stand still traffic jams are everywhere. Complaints come in every year from all over China so can anything good be ...... Read More>>

The 10 Wonders of China: Add Them to Your Bucket List!


Did you know that China is home to the world’s longest canyon, the world’s oldest giant Buddha, and the world’s largest ancient palace? This translated article details China’s most epic and most record-breaking natural and man-made sites. Have you been ...... Read More>>

The Top 5 Most Notoriously Abandoned Places in China HOT


China has become somewhat infamous for the abandoned sites left strewn throughout the country in its rush towards urban development. Some of the eerie destinations listed below take the prize as the top five most notoriously abandoned places in China. ... Read More>>

Russia is the Hottest New Destination for Chinese Tourists HOT


With the decline of the ruble, Russia has become a popular new destination for Chinese tourists. Chinese are traveling to Russian cities to go sightseeing and buy luxury goods. This article discusses Russia’s newfound popularity with Chinese tourists and ...... Read More>>

The Path Less Trodden: 8 Alternative Reasons People Visit China


According to the words of Mao’s Little Red Book, true manhood can only be attained by taking a trip to the Great Wall of China. But what if you decide that you want to stray from the places every other tourist has been? ... Read More>>

6 Chinese Airports Included in VariFlight’s Airport Connectivity Index HOT


Six of China’s airports were recently listed as having the best connectivity in the world. This means that it is relatively easy in China to transfer domestically or internationally in one of China’s major airports. ... Read More>>

5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China You Must Visit HOT


China has a total of 47 UNESCO World heritage sites but hectic schedules and other obligations means that often we don’t get to see past the side of China lined by concrete and steel bars. Here are five you absolutely must visit. ... Read More>>

Which International Destinations Are Most Popular with Chinese Tourists? HOT


This article summarizes a few recent reports on Chinese outbound tourism. Chinese tourists are also changing their traveling and spending habits as more education youth travel abroad, and the negative image that many have of Chinese tourists is improving. ... Read More>>

3 Cheap Travel Websites for Booking Your Summer Holiday From China HOT


One of the advantages of living in China is the ability to use the country as a springboard for travelling around the rest of Asia on a budget. We take a look at some price comparison websites, what they offer and how they compare. ... Read More>>

“Naked Resignation”: Following Your Feet Out The Office HOT


These days, more and more Chinese men and women are taken part in the new “naked resignation” phenomenon that is the envy of many of their peers. And those that aren’t, are dreaming of it. ... Read More>>

China’s Youth Hostel Culture: Younger Than its Customers HOT


Whilst youth hostelling has been a cheap and reliable way for people to acquire accommodation for over a century, the first hostel in China only opened in 1998. But what you trade in luxury you gain in terms of a vibrant social scene, local knowledge from ...... Read More>>

Smart and Practical: The Best Apps for Travelling in China HOT


Smart phones have drastically changed the way we obtain information, almost rendering paperback dictionaries and travel books obsolete. From incredibly smart translating tools to up-to-date transport maps, here’s our list of essential apps for travelling ...... Read More>>

Spring Festival Travel Guide to Destinations and Buying Train & Airline Tickets HOT


If you fancy trying your hand at dicing with travel death during the notorious Spring Festival rush, this article offers advice on where to go, what to do and most importantly, how to get there this upcoming Chinese New Year. ... Read More>>

Run China Run! Jogging Tips for the Middle Kingdom HOT


Tips on getting in your cardio in the country that doesn't jog. ... Read More>>

Take it Easy: 5 Things To Make Your China Trip Comfortable HOT


A short list of items that will make travelling around China much more comfortable. ... Read More>>

Into the Wild: Camping in China 101 HOT


Living in a congested Chinese city can make one pine for the outdoors. If you’ve toyed with the idea of getting away from the crowds and pollution and going camping, it’s time to make it happen. ... Read More>>

Five Off the Beaten Track Destinations in China HOT


The October National Holiday is approaching and many of us are considering our travel options. China’s full of notable tourist attractions – the Great Wall, the Terracotta Warriors, etc. – but where to go once you’ve visited all the obvious places? ... Read More>>

Go Solo: A Guide to Traveling Alone in China HOT


While there are a few obstacles that make traveling alone in China more challenging, if you’re well prepared you’ll quickly discover the pleasure of independent travel in one of the world’s most interesting countries. ... Read More>>

United States is an Increasingly Popular Destination for Chinese Tourists HOT


The United States is an increasingly popular tourist destination for Chinese citizens because of more disposable income and the creation of the new 10-year visas between the two countries. Most are traveling to New York, Los Angeles, and Hawaii. ... Read More>>

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