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Comment réserver des billets pour la Cité Interdite en ligne

All visitors to the Palace Museum (often referred to as the Forbidden City) must book their tickets online at least one day in advance. Tickets are not available on the day of visiting at the entrance of the Forbidden City. The Forbidden City tickets start to sell 7 days in...

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Traditional Chinese Medicine

Steeped in over 2,500 years of history, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has remained almost unchanged for centuries and is deeply intertwined with the lifestyle of the vast majority of modern Chinese people. The primary source for Chinese Medicine is the Inner Canon of...

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The Seven Best Things to do with Kids in Shanghai

Shanghai is best known as China’s financial and business capital. Adults will find that the city is a great place for shopping and wining and dining, there is plenty for kids to keep kids entertained, too. The city’s biggest family-friendly destination is, unsurprisingly...

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A Potted History of Chinese Ceramics

You can’t talk about Chinese ceramics without taking a very long journey through the dynasties. Porcelain, often considered to be the finest expression of ceramic art, has transcended time and space, and to this day modern people still refer to their beloved porcelain as "china...

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An Introduction to the Silk Road

The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that carried goods, culture, philosophy, and ideas from China all the way through Eurasia to the Mediterranean Sea and back again. Although the term “Silk Road” itself is a relatively recent appellation, coined by German...

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Top ten things to do with kids in Beijing

A sprawling city of 20 million people, where the ancient shares close quarters with the modern, Beijing really embodies the phrase “something for everybody.” While adults will no doubt want to tick off major sights like the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square, there is plent...

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The Seven Types of Chinese Tea

Tea has a long and illustrious history in China, having originated there more than 4,000 years ago. Legend has it that tea was discovered by Emperor Shen Nong in 2,737 BC when leaves fell into the water he was boiling. Tea is consumed throughout the day, as a substitute for plain...

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Les Dix Meilleures Activités à faire en Famille en Chine

La Chine est un endroit idéal pour voyager avec des enfants. Non seulement vos enfants auront de multiples occasions de jouer avec des enfants chinois, mais il y a aussi des centaines de choses à faire et les jeunes esprits, même les plus actifs, auront de quoi s'occuper entre...

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Top 10 Places To Visit On Your First Trip To China

Having already blogged about how to plan your first trip to China, we thought some information about the top ten places to visit on that first trip would be the perfect accompaniment. As the third largest country in the world by total area, planning your route through China...

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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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