Xi Zhinong is one of China’s pioneering wildlife photographers. He has been photographing and filming China’s wildlife for over 30 years. His latest work that will be playing on April 29th on PBS, is about Yunnan’s snub-nosed monkeys, a unique breed of monkey found only in Yunnan’s high mountain forests. For those in New York, […]
The Lunar New Year is almost here and the world is once again watching China as 130 million people prepare to crisscross the country for home.
We wish you fabulous health on all of your China travels, but if you do happen to get the sniffles, these are some Chinese medicine-inspired home remedies that your new Chinese friends are likely to insist on. Got the wintertime chills? Read some traditional Chinese cures for winter months. Lemon Honey Ginger “Tea” This is […]
With 2014 drawing to a close, it is time to both reflect on the past and look toward the future. New year’s is a time to make resolutions, set new goals, and perhaps start afresh. No matter what your resolutions or goals, they probably share the common themes of revitalization and inspiration. On that note, […]
“I’ll Survive” —Newbie Hey, first day landed in China and still getting your bearings. Besides your flight attendants who took your dinner and drink orders and your flight captain who saluted in English after a perfect landing, it doesn’t seem like people can understand you more than a simple “Hi.” No worries, we got you, […]
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