• Wangfujing Street in Winter Wangfujing is now considered the central heart of the city of Beijing. Along the 810-metre-long street and in an area of about 810 square meters are over 200 shops. The new street provides convenience for pedestrians since vehicles are prohibited from most of the shopping area.In spite of being modern, the renovated Wangfujing Street has retain
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  • Finding the perfect Mother's Day gift isn't easy. When flowers, perfume, and candy have worn out the surprise, you may want to change the gift game a bit, for example, by traveling with her to somewhere special.Remember when she always said, "the world is the best textbook"? One of the best things about getting older is that we get to take ca
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  • Olympic Forest Park is located to the north of the 'Bird's Nest' and 'Water Cube.' Shrouded in trees, reeds and grass and spotted with ponds, the 11.5-square-kilometer Olympic National Forest Park has become a popular destination for tourists to inhale some fresh air in Beijing.
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  • Huangling, Jiangxi. About 300 kilometers away from Jiangxi's capital, Nanchang, lays Huangling, which is labeled as "China's most beautiful symbol". The natural views of Huangling are highlighted by its terraced fields and seas of flowers in spring. The Qingming Festival, also called Tomb Sweeping Day, is the most important holiday for Chinese
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  • As Britain's Prince William officially starts his tour in China, the first royal visit to Chinese mainland in a generation, every tour he takes is in the spotlight.After arriving in the capital Beijing on March 1st, Prince William will spend four days in China, visiting Beijing, Shanghai and China's southwest Yunnan province.His schedule is as follows.Marc
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  • Mount Wutai is not only a famous Manjusri ashram (a monastery featuring bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism) in China but also the country's only Buddhist holy land that integrates Han and Tibetan elements as well as Qing and Yellow temples (Normally, monks dwell in Qing temples while Yellow temple is a Tibetan Buddhism monastery). It stands out from three other famous Buddh
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