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Spring Festival Break: Week 3 – Xiamen.

For the final 3 days of my Spring Festival Break, I went to Xiamen in Fujian Province. This was the destination furthest away from Ningbo- around 850km, or around 5 and half hours by train. 488 more words

Spring Festival Break: Week 1 –Homestay.

So, I have just returned to university life after a three week Spring Festival Break. There were a big group of international students that went on a 3 week tour of China, I had wanted to join them, but instead I went on an alternative tour. 303 more words

Hangzhou Bay Bridge

I came across this bridge when I made a trip from Wuxi to Ningbo taking the local bus. One of the longest trans-oceanic bridges in Asia, Hangzhou Bay Bridge is more than 35km long and has a service center with restaurant and hotel at the mid-point. 227 more words

Beyond The Dot

Ningbo's Moon Lake

Moon Lake is a a blissful way to idle away some spare time. It’s equipped with the unique blend of drabness and subtle beauty that characterizes many charming sites in China. 246 more words


Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Ningbo Introducing

The China government officially refers to all Taiwanese aborigines as Gaoshan , whereas the Republic of China (Taiwan) recognizes 14 groups of Taiwanese aborigines. The term Gaoshan has a different connotation in Taiwan than it does in mainland China. 268 more words


Brighter Smiles for a Brighter Future

Since 2012, Shangri-La Hotel, Ningbo has committed to assisting the Siming Mountain Primary School, located in the mountainous county of Yuyao, China. Throughout the years, the hotel has provided four freshly-cooked meals every week to ensure proper nutrition, has volunteered to fix a 20-meter hand washing station to encourage proper hygiene, has repaired major aspects of the school’s canteen to ensure food safety, and has taught English classes to increase fluency across the school. 187 more words