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Tibetan Treasures in Mystical Kumbum Monastery

The most important Buddhist monastery outside Tibet’s capital Lhasa, Kumbum (also known in Chinese as Ta’er) in China's adjoining Qinghai p…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jan 20, 2014

An Expedition to Tibet's Sacred Peaks of Yading

For two years, I had heard whispers of a mountain sanctuary in eastern Tibet, around which circled a pilgrimage route unmatched for its bea…

Started by Tripatini

0 Dec 30, 2013

Get off the beaten path in Northern Yunnan: Shitoucheng, Haba, Liming & Tacheng.

Tiger Leaping Gorge is undoubtedly a highlight of any trip to Northern Yunnan but there are several equally beautiful destinations that off…

Started by Whistling Arrow

0 Dec 25, 2013

Western China's Shaolin Temple, where Buddhism meets kung-fu

The Shaolin Temple is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in China and the home of the famous Kung Fu practicing monks. The style of Buddhis…

Started by Tripatini

0 Sep 4, 2013

traveler seeks guide/translator in Guangzhou

If you have any recommendations, please help by replying to this member on our Ask A Travel Pro forum at this link.  Xie-xie (thank you)!

Started by Tripatini

0 Jul 21, 2013

From "ancient mysterious " to "modern opening" About China Now

Before came to China, according to the survey, most of the foreigners impression of China mostly "mystery", "old", "ancient eastern", these…

Started by Beijing Great Wall Tours

0 Apr 26, 2013

what's earning China a shout-out on our post 'World's Freakiest Foods'?

True, one person’s “freaky” is another’s chicken nuggets. And we all know there’s a big, wide world of gustatory tastes out there. But most…

Started by Tripatini

0 Nov 30, 2012

on our blog: China's cities so massive they're intimidating

China’s cities are so large and massively developing that it’s sometimes frightening, and as hard as ever to travel independently.  There’…

Started by Tripatini

0 Nov 20, 2012

now on our blog: Beijing Runaround: Buses & Planes & Subways

 The first day I walk so much that my feet are mush.  Tiananmen Square and Sanlitun Village—the foreign quarter—will have to suffice.  I’ll…

Started by Tripatini

0 Aug 29, 2012

Tripatini member seeks Chengdu travel tips...

...as part of a Christmas 2012 trip. For more details, and to reply, please click on this link to our Ask A Travel Pro forum. Xièxiè 谢谢!

Started by Tripatini

0 Aug 26, 2012

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