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Shanghai’s countryside parks offer something for everyone

Countryside parks with vast wetlands, farmlands, forests and lakes are casting a new light on Shanghai’s image as a concrete jungle and provide ideal venues for leisure and relaxation. According to local ...

March 29, 2017, Wednesday

South Africa: a wild collision of oceans, taste and culture

CAPE Town, the southernmost city of Africa, is where wild nature and ancient landscape collide with the sophisticated lifestyle brought by modern civilization. My trip in Cape started from the rock of ...

March 29, 2017, Wednesday

A pond, a hill, an opera stage create magical setting

SOMETIMES it’s hard to understand the mindset of ancient Chinese scholars who built gorgeous gardens but guarded them from public view behind closed doors. The founder of Huilong Pond Garden in northern ...

March 22, 2017, Wednesday

Home rest must after holiday

NAME/NATIONALITY: Julian Wong/Hong Kong, China Profession/title: Multi-property general manager of The Shanhaitian Resort Sanya, Autograph Collection & Sanya Marriott Hotel Dadonghai Bay How often do ...

March 22, 2017, Wednesday

Hidden away, a village evokes fabled paradise

THE fable written by poet Tao Qian in AD 421 described an idyllic hamlet isolated from the rest of the world, where man and nature lived in harmony. His arcadia came to be a symbol of a pastoral paradise, ...

March 15, 2017, Wednesday

Surrealistic scenery awes visitors to Yangshuo

TOURIST hotspots in China typically boast of stunning, panoramic scenery, but Yangshuo in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southern China takes the description of picture postcard perfection to ...

March 8, 2017, Wednesday

Timeless charms linger in ancient Subu

IN the center of Liu’an City, Anhui Province, at the eastern edge of the mighty Dabie Mountain lies a serene ancient town, Subu, once known in olden times as “little Nanjing” for its prosperity. The ...

March 8, 2017, Wednesday

Intrepid harbinger of spring brightens dreary winter days

IF there was ever a flower aptly named, it is the wintersweet. For centuries, Chinese poets and artists have glorified the only blossom brave enough to endure freezing temperatures and snow, the only ...

March 1, 2017, Wednesday

The sights and scents of winter bright spots in our own backyard

ALTHOUGH Suzhou and Hangzhou are famous for their wintersweet gardens, you don’t have to travel out of Shanghai to appreciate the beauty of the seasonal flower. Here are several sites for an inspiring ...

March 1, 2017, Wednesday

Old and new meld in a charming garden setting

OLD and new, East meets West. Fangta Park in the eastern corner of the former Old Songjiang in southwest Shanghai has melded disparate elements into a delightful site that might better be called an open-air ...

February 22, 2017, Wednesday


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