Mountain and Lake Views in China

Early 2017, the ancient drama of Once Upon a Time was a hit, making everyone curious about the heaven like places. Such a dreamy place, must be a scene that is make up! However, the foggy mountain, the bridge and water, the flowers all over the mountain, they are all real scene. The shooting place…

Shannan, Tibet - The Tibet You Must See!

Shannan area is located in the north of the Himalayas in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. It is bounded by Lhasa on the north, Nyingchi on the east, Shigatse to the west and international border with India and Bhutan. In facts, because of the roads and transportation issue in Shannan area, it has been hidden in the deep…

The Must-Eat Street Foods in Hong Kong

There are many delicious foods in Hong Kong, thus, I selected one place to talk. Let’s pick Yuen Long, which I have been to recently. (The price mentioned below are all in Hong Kong dollar). First, let’s talk about the transportation. The food hunting road in Yuen Long that I’m going to talk about only…

Xuhui Self-Guided Tours – Recommended Sites to See

Xuhui is the 4A National Tourism Area and is also the first open styled metropolitan tourism area. Here has nourished the scientific culture of modern Shanghai and even China, original place of Hai Genre Culture, gathering place for culture and history, prospective business, and convenient transportation. Here, it has witnessed the past of “culture exchange…

How to Use We-Chat to Buy High Speed Train Tickets

The passengers that ride the high-speed trains, which starts with letter G or D, can order food on the official website of the railway – 12306 ahead of time and pay with Wechat. The 27 high-speed train stations cover the country will become the first batch of trial stations, providing online food order and delivery…

The Legend of Pan Gu: A Chinese Origin Story

Every culture has its own origin stories, and the Chinese are no exception. According to Chinese folklore, the heavens and earth were created by a giant named Pan Gu. The legend of Pan Gu separating the heavens and earth, which was first recorded in a document dating back to the Three Kingdoms period (220 AD…