Ever thought about celebrating Christmas in a new and exciting way in China? How does taking a Christmas Day walk on the Great Wall sound? Or bringing in the New Year in Chengdu, home to the Giant Pandas?
Considered one of China’s most important artists in the last 20 years, Chen Zhen is presenting a visual art exhibition visually chronicling his global travels.
Matt Cobley, our Operations Executive, recently returned from our Glories of China tour where he discovered some of the main, fantastic sights of China.
The Chinese are well known for their traditional practices, which include herbal medicines and ancient procedures such as acupuncture. Many of these are more than 2000 years old, and are often turned to by people seeking alternative methods to Western medicine.
Basi the giant panda who lives at a zoo in Fuzhou city is now the oldest panda on mainland China and is the equivalent of 100 human years old.
The Palace Museum in Beijing has revealed an exhibit of rare photos showing The Forbidden City and the people who lived there a hundred years ago. These photos have not been seen since 1949 and are pictures from the late Qing dynasty.
Road works have been halted following the discovery of 43 fossilised dinosaur eggs by construction workers in the Guangdong province of China.
Excavations have restarted in the Lintong District of Xian following the discovery of nearly 1,400 more life-size clay statues that form part of the 2,000-year-old Terracotta Army.