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Travel Guide: Beijing, China

by Mama 30. September 2010 07:55
China is the largest country in East Asia with Beijing as its capital city. In this video clip learn all about China. [More]
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Beijing Travel Guide

by Mama 1. September 2010 00:49
Lonely Planet author Eilis Quinn relishes the mix of cheesy and traditional, the head-spinning transformations, the back alleys and curious locals of Beijing. You'll need a bicycle and an itinerary but only to discard it in an instant. [More]
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Shanghai Travel Guide

by Mama 13. May 2010 06:12
Take a tour of Shanghai, China with Delta Airlines. [More]
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China's Impressive White Emperor City

by Mama 17. February 2010 07:07
Travelers planning a trip to China should definitely make their way to the White Emperor City. Overlooking the western end of Qutang Gorge, it is a well known inspirational Chinese refuge for aspiring royalty and literary greats. Check out this great video for more information and why it is in fact called the "White City." [More]
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Fun-filled Chinese New Year Celebration

by Mama 28. December 2009 08:07
Only a few days left in 2009. So before you shred some paper confetti for the big party and order that 7 foot hero, take a look at how locals celebrate each New Year in Hong Kong. Definitely a colorful way to kick off another year in China. [More]
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