The world’s third longest river is home to some amazing wildlife; from pandas to giant salamanders, this waterway boasts an incredible ecosystem you have to see to believe.
The panda has been associated with Chinese wildlife for hundreds of years and the fascination with the cute and cuddly animal is stronger than ever.
Is there anything more recognisable and symbolic than the giant panda?
Remarkable and unique, Chengdu is the relaxed and cheery capital of Sichuan Province and the gateway to China’s western hinterlands.
A new report has revealed that Chengdu City is the most popular destination amongst Chinese holidaymakers and in the process has beaten off competition from popular destinations such as Shanghai, Beijing and Xian.
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?
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.
It’s been announced that 2014 saw a positive boom in giant panda figures, with a total of 32 panda cubs being born in China throughout the year.