Chinese Ethnic Groups

China officially recognizes 56 ethnic groups, including the Han majority. These groups are incredibly culturally diverse; fifty-three ethnic groups have their own language and 23 have their own written language. Approximately 8.4% of the Chinese population belongs to an ethnic...

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Die besten Souvenirs aus China

Am Ende Ihrer China-Reise angekommen fragen Sie sich, welche Souvenirs Sie mitbringen könnten, die die Leute daheim beeindrucken und erfreuen. Checken Sie unsere Liste der empfohlenen Souvenirs und Sie werden garantiert für glänzende Augen bei Ihren Freunden und Verwandten...

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What are the Eight Great Cuisines of China?

For many travelers, food is the highlight of their trip to China. China is home to one of the world’s most ancient and diverse food cultures and for visitors that means that there is always something new to eat and discover! Sometimes it seems like even the smallest towns have...

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What You Need to Know When Planning Your First Trip to China

Travelers have been fascinated with China for centuries, and it’s easy to understand why: an extensive and rich culture born within the borders of breath-taking landscapes and dreamy villages have made this country a shining star. But before we can imagine ourselves climbing...

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Gibt es wirklich 9 Millionen Fahrräder in Peking?

In den letzten 10 Jahren, seit Katie Meluas von Peking inspirierte Ballade "Nine Million Bicycles" in den Charts war, wurde fast jeder Expat, der jemals in der geschäftigen Metropole gelebt hat, gefragt, ob dort wirklich neun Millionen Fahrräder sind. Wenn Sie mich fragen...

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Kung Fu: The Art of Patience Embodied by Martial Arts

The concept of Kung fuWhen most people think of “kung fu”, the first thing that comes to their minds is a proficient martial artist, probably dressed in bright clothes, striking a fierce pose, and with a stern look in his eyes. So it might come as a surprise that contrar...

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The Five Most Beautiful Natural Wonders in China

Many of China’s most famous landmarks, such as the Forbidden City or the Bund in Shanghai, are manmade but nature has its marvels too. From untouched forests to almost supernaturally colored volcanic pools, photographers will delight in exploring these sites. Many of these...

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Exploring the Mysterious Tulou of Fujian Province

If you have ever lived in an apartment building of any sort, you will be more than acquainted with the joys and sorrows of living in very close proximity to your neighbors. The inhabitants of the tulou (土楼) in China’s Fujian Province – literally translated as ‘earth...

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A Brief Guide to the Most Famous Water Towns in China

The many water towns dotted around Suzhou and Shanghai are often collectively referred to as the "Venice of the East". These water towns offer a tranquil break from modern China and a glimpse of the time-honored traditions of rural life in the picturesque Jiangnan area as you...

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