After visiting Shaolin Temple, I recommend you go to Luoyang and enjoy the beautiful and historical sites here. Luoyang, indeed a traditional and nice city, brought a lot of fun to me. Travelling around this city, I feel like go back to 1000 years ago. All the buildings here are amazing, which I had[……]
I’m Mike from Korea, an exchange student in China. Now I’m a sophomore in university in Shanghai. I’d share my interesting trips with your guys. First, I will introduce the most familiar one, Shanghai.
The first site I recommend is Lujiazui, a financial, commercial and trade zone, a[……]
This would be the last shoot in my Beijing series. I will share my “weight gaining” experience here. lol. Cause Chinese food indeed tastes fantastic and it is the first time that having a meal seems having a lesson for me. There are so many things I haven’t seen before, let alone considering if they[……]
Besides Longmen Grottoes, White Horse Temple is another historical site in Luoyang.
Located 12 km away from Luoyang City in the east, White Horse Temple was built in 68 AD during East Han Dynasty with a long history of more than 1900 years, which is said to be the first Buddhist temple built by o[……]
I’m Eric Chin, an Ethnic Chinese from Malaysia. Actually, my grandpa came to Malaysia over 80 years ago from Fuzhou, China. But my mandarin is poor cause we only speak Fuzhou dialect at home. Also this year is my 1st time to China. Haha.
The 1st stop in my China tour is Shaolin Temp[……]
If you take Shaolin temple as your first stop in China, I recommend Xi’an as your next. For one hand, Xi’an is not so far from Zhengzhou, more important for its magnificent ancient buildings, religious monuments and the unique life style.
There are so many famous views in Xi’an, including Xian[……]
After visiting Terracotta Warriors, we went to Huaqing Hot Springs then.
It is a well-known historic site and an AAAAA tourist attraction of China. It gets its fame for being the place where the romantic story of Emperor Tangxuanzong of Tang Dynasty (618-907) and his beloved Yang Guifei (or Concu[……]
The last day in Xi’an, my Chinese friend recommended us a must-see site. More accurately, a must-eat site, haha.
Praised as ‘the capital of table delicacies’, Xi’an has been rich in the delicious snacks, delicate traditional Chinese dished, various kinds of fashionable foreign delicacies, and the[……]
Tired of visiting famous places of interests, you must wanna go somewhere special and magical. For me, the first day in Beijing, I can’t wait enjoying the old and historical buildings, the tasty and crispy Peking dark and the international and modern lifestyle. But this cannot last long. I try to fi[……]
Hutong is a kind of traditional Chinese street. The tour guide told us the word “Hutong” originated from Mongolian language meaning “Well”. In ancient times，people tended to gather and live around wells. So Hutong should be “a place where people gather and live.”
Nobody knows exactly how many Hut[……]