798 Art District, Beijing
This district is named after one of the state-owned factories – factory 798 – which, built in the 1950’s, originally produced electronics. “Bringing together contemporary art, architecture, and culture with a historically interesting location and an urban lifestyle, “798” has…Read More
Tianjin 天津 : ‘The place where the emperor crossed the sea’
Unfortunately for most the mention of Tianjin either recalls a tragic chemical explosion in 2015, or it creates no recognition what-so-ever. It is one of four cities, along with Beijing, Shanghai and Chongqing, that stands alone. By that I mean…Read More
Food adventure in China : What Chinese food should you try first?
Even though China is popular for its tourist spots (who could forget The Great Wall of China), travellers are fond of visiting the country for its authentic and delicious food that cannot be copied by other restaurants abroad. One’s vacation…Read More