In sun-soaked valleys, compact fields of corn and apricot trees ripen. Rivers, sluggish with mud, cut through weathered landscapes where villagers live in caves. In remote mountains dusted with snow... Continue Reading
Move over Melbourne’s Hosier Lane.
One of the world’s most famous landmarks, the Great Wall of China, now has a graffiti area for tourists.
Established at Mutianyu, one of the... Continue Reading
"I'm here for the romantic thing, you know?" says Geoff, a social worker from Perth.
We are standing at the Chinese border with Kyrgyzstan on the Torugart Pass waiting for immigration clearance. It... Continue Reading
1. EXPERIENCE PARK LIFE — Go to Ritan Park first thing in the morning for a taste of real Chinese life. Named after its Temple of the Sun, the park dates back to 1530 and is one of... Continue Reading