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Taishan: From where the world looks small

TAISHAN, or Mount Tai, is one of China’s most sacred mountains. For centuries, emperors climbed it to pay homage to Heaven and Earth. Philosopher Confucius is said to have stood at the towering top, looked ...

May 24, 2017, Wednesday

Head to Yancheng for endangered deer and cranes

WILDLIFE lovers are in for a treat at fauna-rich marshlands of Yancheng. Situated on the central coast of Jiangsu Province, Yancheng (literally “salt city”) is characterized by its tidal landscape that ...

May 17, 2017, Wednesday

Where’s Djibouti? Africa for adventurous travelers

WHEN I received an invitation from Djibouti tourism authorities to visit this Horn of Africa nation, my reaction was probably like that of most people. Where’s Djibouti? Well, it’s a small, Arab- and ...

May 17, 2017, Wednesday

Luang Prabang’s slow pace of life is blissful

SINCE I traveled to Myanmar five years ago, no other Southeast Asian country or city had impressed me for its landscape and spirituality as much as the nation did until I visited Luang Prabang, which ...

May 10, 2017, Wednesday

Sheraton offers a new oasis to enjoy Chongming delights

MARRIOTT International Inc continues its rapid expansion in China with the opening of Sheraton Shanghai Chongming Hotel. Chongming is a holiday destination renowned for its beautiful landscape and pleasant ...

May 10, 2017, Wednesday

Off the beaten track, discover a beguiling world

FROM the heights of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain to sparkling clear lakes, breathtaking gorges and a multitude of ethnic minority cultures, Yunnan is rightly known as one of the most diverse provinces in ...

May 2, 2017, Tuesday

Bugs for dinner? New Aussie food trend flies

WITH a twist of lime and a dash of salt, Sydney chef Nowshad Alam Rasel flavors a hot pan full of crickets, tossing them over a flaming stove. The savory snack, which would not be out of place at a Mexican ...

May 2, 2017, Tuesday

The hills are alive with the scent of flowers

THE withered rapeseed flowers and peach blossoms haven’t finished the flower season in Zhejiang Province. On the contrary, a heady bouquet of other flowers is now peaking. Fragrances fill the air — notably ...

May 2, 2017, Tuesday

Bhutan for beauty, honesty and fresh air

STANLEY Yin Nationality: USA Profession/title: General manager of Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing Hotel How often do you travel? Once or twice a year Favorite traveling style? Self-guided tour Q: ...

April 26, 2017, Wednesday

Retreat from urban stress in a calming, healthy environment

IMAGINE a getaway environment with birdsong, crickets, geckoes and lush vegetation as far as the eye can see. No television. No telephone. No Wi-Fi. No meat. No luxury amenities. That was my destination ...

April 26, 2017, Wednesday


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