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Visiting Mao's Mausoleum

Just a few days ago I visited Mao’s Mausoleum for a third time. The first time I did it out of curiosity, while on the following occasions I accompanied my guests who wanted to see the formal leader in flesh and bones. 392 more words

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Huizhou: A Liveable Oasis

Huizhou begins with a shabby bus and what seems a standard journey east until the final 20 minutes when the bus veers off the main motorway into a south westerly direction – seemingly away from Huizhou. 1,347 more words

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Qingyuan: Strangely Familiar

On a foggy day in early January I notched up my 80th city and it fell to this relative obscurity to the north of Guangzhou (co-incidentally my first beginning with Q). 1,071 more words

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Harbin Ice Festival 2017: In Pictures

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The world famous Harbin Ice Festival is well underway in China’s northernmost province, Heilongjiang. We have been treated to some spectacular sights in the past and this year is no exception. 339 more words

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Living the Dream in China: A New Year's Resolution

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Happy 2017!  As we fast approach the Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rooster, it’s the perfect time to reflect back on the past year, as well as think of a couple of those dreaded New Year Resolutions… 490 more words

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City Guide - A Few Things To Do In China's Scenic Guilin

From Shenzhen via a high speed train, Guilin is only about three and the half hours away. An easy escape, if you are looking for an easy weekend break, even if you are planning to travel out of Hong Kong, which was just our plan. 1,795 more words

Onto the New World! 2017

2016 is drawing to a close, bringing us closer to the start of a New Year 2017. Usually, we all like to take this time to go out with friends and or family in order to reflect on what we’ve done in the past year and what we wish to do in the future.

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