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Travel Exposé: Yunnan Province (2) Simply Shangri-La (1)

This weeks issue of “Bajan,” Chinese Style sees us well on our way to exploring the beauty that is Yunnan Province. As we have learnt in last week’s issue, (Refer to Travel Exposé: Yunnan Province (1) ), Yunnan province is not only one of the most bio-diverse areas of China, but also boasts some of the regions most iconic UNESCO world heritage sites and towns. 735 more words


Travel Exposé: Yunnan Province (1)

Welcome back to this week’s issue of “Bajan,” Chinese Style, Travel Exposé. In this weeks exposé we jump right into the heat of things by taking our trip or trip plans to one of China’s most exotic Provinces, Yunnan Province. 712 more words


Vietnam, China hold joint anti-terror exercise

Source: Xinhua | July 29, 2016, Friday | ONLINE EDITION

Border guard command of Vietnam’s northern Ha Giang province and border police detachment in China’s southwest Yunnan Province’s Wenshan have held a joint anti-terror exercise, local media reported on Friday. 139 more words

The Ancient City of Lijiang

The Ancient City of Lijiang was built more than 1000 years ago. It once served as a stop over en-route the Horse and Tea road between Dali and Tibet. 541 more words


The old town of Dali, Yunnan

Yunnan quickly became one of my favourite places in China. More than half of China’s ethnic minority groups live in Yunnan making it very diverse and rich in culture. 579 more words


XiShan's Dragon Gate, Kunming

We decided to check out XiShan on our first full day in Kunming. It came highly recommended by people we chatted with at our hostel and it was only 30 minutes outside of town. 623 more words



The western provinces of China are a cyclists paradise. Little traffic, remote desolate roads winding through mountains, waterfalls and lush forests. My path, which once crossed endless deserts now never seems to deviate from mountains. 691 more words