Around the world there are a wealth of traditional, fun and downright odd ways to see in the New Year!
China is a country full of wonders – ancient, cultural, natural, man-made…they’ve got plenty of them all!
If you’re anything like us, Channel 4’s Great British Bake Off either leaves you hungry for cake or desperate to bake!
According to Taoist philosophy born in China over 2,000 years ago, everything in the universe is a balance of yin and yang and the key to your health and wellbeing is ‘qi’.
An ancient network of trade routes between the East and the West, the Silk Road was long the territory of merchants with their camel caravans, swashbucklers and adventurers.
Weddings can be a fascinating (and fun) window into different ways of life, whether the traditions have their roots in culture or religion and are recent or age-old. Here’s what a traditional wedding would like in Asia.
One of the greatest travelling adventures is throwing yourself into a new culture by experiencing the local cuisine, however unusual it may seem.
From the towering Grand Buddha of Leshan to the mighty Yangtze River, China’s spectacular landmarks help visitors to better understand the country’s past.