People’s Republic of China
Shanghai, Guangzhou, Nanjing, Chongqing, Tianjin
The official language is Mandarin, but there are several other linguistical groups.
China is huge so there is a lot of variation. From arid continental in the north to tropical monsoon in the south.
In the east, you have a humid monsoon climate, but it’s cooler in the mountainous western regions.
Where to start?
Visit the Great Wall.
Gaze upon the Terracotta Army.
Kayak down the Li River.
Visit the incredible Shanghai, even if just to see it lit up at night!
Chinese New Year: 5 February
Qingming Festival (“Tomb-sweeping Day”): 5 April
May Day: 1 May
Dragon Boat Festival: 7 June
Mid-Autumn Day: 13 September
National Day:1 October
China only has one time zone. This means sometimes the sunrise can be as late as 10 AM in western China!
Respecting the elderly is very important. If your parents over 60 years, you’d be breaking the law if you don’t visit them regularly.
The Chinese railway is so extensive that it’s could wind around the earth twice!
China has the largest population of any country. In fact, 1 in 5 people is Chinese.
Get more information from the China National Tourist Office.
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