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Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, China

NINGXIA HUI AUTONOMOUS REGION (NINGXIA HUI). The Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region is home to the majority of the Muslim population of China, so mosques built in both Arabic and ancient Chinese styles can be found everywhere. This area, protected on all sides by mountains, became the heart of the Great Western Xia Dynasty. The Yellow… Read More »

Shandong Province, China

SHANDONG PROVINCE. Shandong Province is located on the coast of the Yellow Sea in the lower reaches of the Yellow River. It is considered one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization, the place where ceramics, porcelain and silk appeared. Capital of Jinan Province has a long history, and, according to Chinese experts, its age is… Read More »

Heilongjiang Province, China

HEILONGJIANG PROVINCE. Heilongjiang Province is famous for its natural landscapes, as well as the variety of cultural resources, an abundance of folk customs and folklore – national minorities have lived in this territory since time immemorial. The cities of Harbin, Daqing and Yichun are wonderful tourist centers with a unique northern flavor. Harbin is the… Read More »

Gansu Province, China

GANSU PROVINCE. Gansu has a long history and rich culture. 1655 km of the Great Wall of China lie here, ancient monuments associated with the great “Silk Road” have been preserved. The province was considered the “golden” section of the tract. The situation on the “Silk Road” has led to the fact that this territory… Read More »

Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China

The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (XUAR) is known as the land of songs and dances, the land of fruits and the land of precious stones. XUAR is one of the most attractive places for travelers and tourists, replete with amazing landscapes, ancient monuments of the “Silk Road” and colorful national customs. The territory of the… Read More »

Shanxi Province, China

The history of Shanxi Province goes back over 3,000 years. Convenient transport links make it easy to get to any part of the province not only by air, but also by land transport. Taiyuan is the capital of Shanxi Province. The history of the city has 2500 thousand years, so there are a huge number… Read More »

Hebei Province, China

Hebei province has all kinds of landscapes – mountains, highlands, hills, plains, lakes and seaside. There are 304 ancient historical monuments here, and 58 cultural sites are included in the list of historical monuments protected by the state. According to Ehotelat, Chengde is located 200 km northeast of Beijing.. Once it was the second most… Read More »

Beach Holidays in North China

BEACH REST. In Northern China, you can find an opportunity for a beach holiday. The swimming season in the resorts of Northern China lasts from June to September. Qingdao resort is located in Shandong province. Developed infrastructure, unique architecture, beautiful beaches, clear sea and favorable climate attract a large number of tourists in Qingdao in summer… Read More »

Health Tourism in North China

VOLCANOES. The objects of volcanic activity are located in the province of Heilongjiang. Lake Jingbo (Jingbo) – the largest alpine lake in China. It was formed over 10,000 years ago when lava blocked the Madan River. There is a wonderful waterfall on the lake. Another attraction is the National Volcanic Park Wudalianchi (Wudalianchi) and “Five… Read More »

Tibet, China Travel Information

Religion in Tibet, China The official religion of Tibet is the northern branch of Buddhism – Lamaism. It appeared here in the 2nd century, then assimilated into culture, and over time became an integral part of all spheres of life in the region. Buddhism is practiced by almost the entire population of Tibet and only… Read More »

Cities and Resorts in Tibet, China

Bayi (Tibet, China) Bayi is a large Chinese military town 300 kilometers west of Lhasa. Buch Monastery, built in the 7th century, is located 28 km from the city. Songtsen Gampo. Until recently, the former head of the Nyima order, Dudjom Rinpoche (1904-87), who was exiled here by the Chinese authorities, lived in it. Golmud… Read More »

What to See in Tsetang and Shigatse (Tibet, China)

Tsetang (Tibet, China) According to Simplyyellowpages, Tsetang is located near Lhasa at an altitude of 3550 m. The city itself is not very interesting. Tsetanga Monastery, founded in the middle of the 14th century, was completely destroyed during the “cultural revolution”. However, Tsetang is a kind of gateway to the valley of the Brahmaputra River… Read More »

Places to Visit in Tibet, China

Mount Kailash. Mount Kailash is located in western Tibet. This is not the highest peak in the region, its height is “only” 6714 m. However, the uniqueness of Kailash lies in the fact that it is a holy place for four religions: Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Bon. Pilgrims come here to make a kora or… Read More »

What to See in Tibet, China

Shigatse. Shigatse is the second largest city in Tibet. The main local attraction is built in the middle of the XV century. Tashilhunpo Monastery, which was the seat of the second most important hierarch of the Lamaist Church of the Panchen Lama. The monastery occupies an area of 300 thousand m 2, and the area… Read More »

History in Tibet, China

According to Topschoolsoflaw, the Tibetan state arose in the 7th century. His education is associated with the name of King Songtsen Gampo, who ruled in 617-649. He managed to unite the Tibetan tribes, create a militarily powerful state, and prepare the first set of laws in the history of Tibet. Under him, Buddhism began to… Read More »

Types of Tourism in Tibet, China

EXCURSIONS. There are many sightseeing objects in Tibet: ancient cities, monasteries, temples, which can be found in almost every village, unique nature with the highest mountains and holy lakes. If you are planning a week-long trip, then it is best to explore Lhasa and the nearby monasteries and cities. In two weeks you can have… Read More »

All About China Country

Brief information Throughout its long history, China has changed several names. Once upon a time, China was called “Celestial”, “Middle Country”, “Flowering Xia”. But from the name change, the Chinese remained the same people as before. Now China is one of the most influential countries in the world. Every year, tens of millions of tourists… Read More »

Attractions of Macau

Macau – Las Vegas of Asia. The first thing that comes to mind when mentioning this place is a huge number of casinos, hippodromes, nightclubs and other entertainment. And while Macau’s nightlife and gambling are certainly unrivaled in Asia, this city has so much more to offer. Here, in the oldest European colony in Asia,… Read More »

Travel to Beautiful Cities in China

Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of China Peking (Beijing) Experience the three thousand year history of Beijing, the capital of the People’s Republic of China, on a very special city trip. A study tour through the “Northern Capital” Beijing reveals the most beautiful sights of the city such… Read More »

China is Aiming for the Top Part III

5: International relations The new five-year plan says little about specific countries, but it is obvious that China faces major challenges in many parts of the world. Relations with neighboring countries in Asia have always been complicated, relations with the United States have become more tense, and relations with European countries are divided between agreement… Read More »

China is Aiming for the Top Part II

If we go back to the last four plans, we see that economics is one of the things that is discussed most every year. There is widespread agreement that the economy must continue to grow, but after decades of industrial growth and large exports of cheap goods, such as toys, clothes and simple electronics, China… Read More »

China is Aiming for the Top Part I

China is aiming high up and far ahead. The big goal is to become a technological and innovative lighthouse, before in a few years it will bypass the United States and become the world’s largest economy. What are the main goals of China’s five-year plan? Can we expect major economic and political changes? What kind… Read More »

Trump vs. TikTok Part 2

Chinese authorities also have good opportunities to force private companies to spy on behalf of the state. An example is the new intelligence law, introduced in 2017, which may force Chinese companies to cooperate with the country’s intelligence. For Chinese apps, which partially store data in China, a country located in Asia according to INDEXDOTCOM,… Read More »

Trump vs. TikTok

There has been a storm around TikTok after US President Donald Trump threatened to close the app in the US because he thought it was a threat to national security. The United States is not alone. Other countries are also considering a ban. Are dance videos something to worry about? Why are digital goods so… Read More »

Trump’s Customs War Challenges WTO Part II

5: America first – WTO sist? Several of Trump’s tariffs have been introduced with reference to US law and with unclear justification for WTO rules: Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum were introduced with reference to a 1962 US law authorizing the president to impose measures against imports that threaten national security. The GATT agreement… Read More »

Trump’s Customs War Challenges WTO Part I

Donald Trump scolds trade agreements, threatens tariffs and has gone to trade war against China. Will the World Trade Organization become the president’s next victim? Is President Trump allowed to impose tariffs on whomever he wants? What will be the effects of US trade policy? Is Trump’s Customs War Crisis in World Trade Organization? Under… Read More »

SCO and CAN at a Glance

THE SCO AT A GLANCE Background The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (abbreviated as SCO according to ETAIZHOU) is an international organization founded in June 2001. It emerged from the organization founded in 1996 as “Shanghai 5” by China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan. In the same year (2001) Uzbekistan joined the SCO. India and Pakistan were… Read More »

Chinese Language and Script

Chinese language and writing [ç-]. The Chinese language, the most important of theSino- Tibetan languages, is principally characterized by monosyllabism (monosyllabic) of the word roots, isolation (no affixes, i.e. educational syllables, and the like to designate grammatical categories that are only recognizable in Chinese by the word order, isolating languages) and word tones (probably added… Read More »

Geography of China

The People’s Republic of China is a country in East Asia and borders a total of 14 countries ( Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Bhutan, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Mongolia, North Korea ). The capital is Beijing. The natural borders in the east and south are the Yellow Sea, the East and South… Read More »