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During this Guilin and Yangshuo 4 day tour, you will have some experience countryside biking and learn how to cook Chinese food. You will also take a Li River Cruise and wander West Street!
Cantonese cuisine is one of the eight cuisines in China, famous for its tender, fresh and light. In this tour, you will have some local Cantonese food, such as Roast goose, Young pigeon and some local Characteristic farm-style food. So if you want to have a bite of Canton, youd better take this tour …
Most people may find the country life in early winter maybe a little boring. However, I spent an interesting holiday with my friends in Jiulong Town, Mianzhu City, Sichuan province, where there are all kinds of Chinese new yare paintings on the wall of every house.Jiulong has been designated as a cou…
This tour is specially designed for you to visit Beijing during the Chinese Spring Festival. You will not only explore at Beijings most highlighted attractions, also you will get a idea of the culture and customs of the Chinese Spring Festival.
Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is also known as “Spring Festival”, since the spring season in Chinese calendar starts with lichun, the first solar term in a Chinese calendar year. It marks the end of the winter season, analogous to the Western Carniva…
The streets were decked out with all kinds of lanterns, and vendors were selling all kinds of couplets and blessing pastes. Only at this time people began to feel the New Year has come really. People in the city also began to get busy with preparations for New Year, going home and family reunion. At …
Visiting the temple is always the traditional activities a celebration for the Chinese New Year. After the New Years Eve, people generally stroll temples, eat snacks, and see juggling and the traditional folk performances together, reveling in the warm and peaceful festive atmosphere, enjoyable. The …
Food has a very important role in Chinese New Year! Do not be fooled by the simple dishes served as each has its hidden meanings! So eating the right foods can bring you good luck for the year of the snake! Now let’s take a peek at the lucky food list… At the top of the list are…
It may only seem like yesterday that Chinese New Year was just around the corner and now Yuan Xiao is fast approaching! Celebrated on the 15th of the lunar calendar Yuan Xiao which is also known as the Lantern Festival. To mark the end of the Chinese New Year there are lantern displays with lanterns …
There are wonderful festive events throughout the year in Hong Kong, from the Lunar New Year in the early spring, to Dragon Boat Racing in midsummer, and delicious feasts in autumn, as well as the winter jubilant party, allowing you having uninterrupted fun in a full year. Hong Kong Chinese New Year …
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