With the opening of the 2018 Pyeongchang Games imminent, it got us wondering about how much we really know about the winter version of the Olympics.
People are always telling us that one of the main reasons for travelling to China is to taste authentic Asian food; having enjoyed a taste of China at home, the next step is to travel abroad and discover the roots of these tastes.
It’s in the grey and gloom of January that our travel daydreams get extra vivid; you know, the ones where you can almost feel the warmth of the sun on your face and smell the tropical scents in the air.
Ah breakfast, oft lauded as the most important meal of the day, the food that wakes us up and fuels us through those first few crucial hours of the day.
China is a vast, vast country, so of course there are plenty of beautiful, spectacular, dramatic landscapes within it. Called ‘National-level Scenic and Historic Interest Areas’ in China, there are 225 of them, currently anyway, many of them also enjoying UNESCO World Heritage status. Whilst some are well-known internationally and may feature on many China […]
This coming weekend, on the 11th November, China celebrates Single’s Day.
It’s true that China can be an overwhelming destination.
Bright lights on the Bund, mazes of backstreets and buzzing markets make up Shanghai, China’s biggest city.