What to Wear in China: Outfit Guides for Chinese Cities; Tiffany; College Fashion

Whether you’re planning a trip to China or dreaming of traveling there, here’s an outfit guide to what to wear in China, from Shanghai to Beijing and more.

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Shanghai Day Trips; Sarah; The Works Of Life

On our latest trip to China, we made Shanghai our home base for 6 days, staying in an eclectic Airbnb near Jing’An Temple that felt like part hostel, part Brooklyn loft, part Chinese-version-of-Ron-Weasley’s-house (Harry Potter fans, this place legitimately felt like the Burrow). Having our motley Woks of Life crew of travelers stay in Shanghai for an extended period turned out to be a great approach. Many additional destinations are easily accessible from Shanghai as day trips, allowing us to escape the skyscrapers and mega malls for a couple days to explore a traditional Chinese garden, tea farms, a lake…

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45 Places In The World With Stunning Landscapes That Everyone Should Try And Visit Once; Catherine; Shareably

Nature can be mysterious and wonderful, but sometimes it still surprises us. Check out these 45 absolutely amazing and crazy landscapes.

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Dam proposed to address soil, flooding risks; Li Yan; China Daily

Chinese environmental engineers and activists are advocating the construction of a dam to prevent the loss of frozen soil in the Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve in Qinghai Province.

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The world’s least-deserving world heritage sites; David Whitley; Stuff

Just because something’s important doesn’t mean it’s worth going out of your way to see.

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Beijing’s Forbidden City will open newly restored buildings in 2020; Francesca Street; CNN

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Come 2020, they’ll be a new reason to visit this former imperial palace — the complex’s Qianlong Garden will be open to the public for the first time.

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A Slow Odyssey: The Great Wall of China; BBC

A flight following the world’s longest monument, from the Yellow Sea to the Gobi Desert.

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Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Ao Yun; Emma Reynolds Elite Traveler

In the Yunnan province of China near the Himalayas you’ll find the Ao Yun vineyards, located in a Unesco World Heritage region of three rivers and near the…

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48 hours in Shenyang; Tom O’Malley; Lonely Planet

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Environmentalists want dam to stop desertification in Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve; Li Lei; China Daily

A Chinese environmentalist group is advocating the construction of a dam to prevent the desertification in the frozen soil area in Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve in Qinghai province, an isolated region in the northwestern part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and an UNESCO World Heritage.

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