The Initial Characteristic Towns of China—Guizhou Part 2

Maotai Town Located by the Chishui River in Renhuai City, Maotai Town is prestigious as the “ No.1 Liquor Town in China”, where is famous for its Maotai Liquor enjoying the equal popularity and reputation with Whisky and Brandy. Walking around the town, you will feel the vigor of national liquor of China. Jiuzhou Old … More The Initial Characteristic Towns of China—Guizhou Part 2

The Initial Characteristic Towns of China—Guizhou Part 1

The Housing and Construction Department of China has officially announced the name list of the Initial Characteristic Towns of China on 14th, October, 2016, which totally includes 127 Chinese towns. There are 5 characteristic towns of Guizhou selected on the list, comprising Qingyan Ancient Town, Langdai Town, the Town of Maotai, Jiuzhou Old Town as … More The Initial Characteristic Towns of China—Guizhou Part 1

Where to Travel in China During the Crowded Holidays—Breathtaking and Interesting Part

Tengchong County—Wonderful Resort of Volcano & Hot Spring With about 9 square kilometers, Thermal Sea Vocalno Scenic Area is the most famous attraction in Tengchong consisting of more than 80 groups of hot springs. The temperature of ten of these springs are over 90 degree, making the area shrouded in streams of fog. Visitors can get a chance to see one of  the eighteen oddities in Yunnan—Eggs are Tied up Sold in Rope-like Clusters in the front of hot springs, then it is easier to get boiled eggs … More Where to Travel in China During the Crowded Holidays—Breathtaking and Interesting Part

How Do Chinese People Celebrate Mid-autumn Festival

There are many other names for Mid-autumn Festival, like “Middle August”, “Moon Festival”, or “Family Reunion Festival”. Traditional Mid-autumn Festival matters a lot in China. How on earth do Chinese celebrate Mid-autumn Festival Worship and enjoy the full moon Worshiping moon is carried out everytime on the eve of mid-autumn from Zhou dynasty(BC.1046-BC.256). Mooncakes, watermelons, apples, red … More How Do Chinese People Celebrate Mid-autumn Festival

Mouthwatering Snacks in Chengdu!   Part-2

Ten kinds of famed local Chengdu snacks were introduced in last blog(Part-1), which are mainly in strong and spicy flavor. If you like something delicate, multitudinous Chengdu snacks also won’t let you down. Now follow me to explore another side of Chengdu snacks! Laoma Pig’s Trotter: The prime ingredients of Laoma Pig’s Trotter are, of … More Mouthwatering Snacks in Chengdu!   Part-2

Mouthwatering Snacks in Chengdu! Part-1

Chengdu, capital of Sichuan Province in China, is Crowned as Asia’s first UNESCO City of Gastronomy in 2010. The historical and multitudinous Chengdu snacks has more than 10 kinds of flavors, like fragrant and sweet, salty and sweet, pepper spicy, hot pepper oil, sweet and sour, mashed garlic flavored etc.Now let’s see what on earth Chengdu snacks got? Hot pot: Hot … More Mouthwatering Snacks in Chengdu! Part-1