BeiJing 北京 food tour – mmm …

With the Food Ranger, Trevor James, featuring ChuChu ...

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Seasonal lights and New Year countdown in BeiJing 北京
The first film features WangFuJing, XiDan and the Solana Center in ChaoYang Park. The second film shows the New Year countdown celebrations at The Place, which features the world's largest overhead LED display.
Musical fun in FuJian 福建 province …
This is LiJiang 丽江 old town …
The ancient town of LiJiang, in YunNan province, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with over 800 years of history. It was an important hub of the South Silk Road, along which many items were traded, including tea. It is home to the NaXi ethnic minority. LiJiang has lots of boutique hotels and cosy hostels in traditional architecture.
ShangHai 上海 from the sky
A visual guide to ChangSha 長沙
Capital of HuNan province.
Exploring LiuZhou 柳州 and the surrounding countryside, GuangXi province
A guide to beautiful GuiZhou 贵州 province
GuiZhou is a mountainous province in south China, known for its awesome scenery, ancient rural villages and diverse ethnic cultures. GuiZhou borders SiChuan and ChongQing to the north, YunNan to the west, GuangXi to the south and HuNan to the east. The provincial capital is GuiYang. Many Chinese ethnic minorities have been living in this region for many centuries; these include the Miao, Yao, Yi, Qiang, Dong, Zhuang, BouYei, Bai, TuJia, GeLao and Sui.
Sailing along the HuangPu River 黄浦江, ShangHai 上海
Tang Dynasty music and dance show, Xi’An 西安
ShaanXi province.
Lao She Tea House 老舍茶馆, BeiJing
Founded in 1988, Lao She Tea House was named after Mr. Lao She, a famous artist in China, and 'Tea House', one of his famous novels. In a spacious area of more than 2,600 square meters, the tea-house provides the flavor of old Beijing. You can watch wonderful performances of folk arts, music, acrobatics, cabaret and drama on any given day while enjoying famous teas, palace snacks, as well as traditional Beijing cuisine.

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