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Yangshuo’s Rivers

Every visitor to Guilin has Yangshuo in mind. One simply cannot go without allocating a day or two exploring the famed county’s natural wonders. A cruise along the mythical Li River is certainly the cream of the crop, and gliding

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Beauty and Bounty of Guilin

Of the four cities listed in my China itinerary, I looked forward to visiting Guilin the most. Viewing photos on the internet was enough to fuel my excitement. Located in the southern part of the country, Guilin is a favorite

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22 Days in China

How does one explore a great country called China for three long weeks and maintain momentum? You don’t! Because it naturally flows, like a stream running through its watercourse steady, serene and sure.  China’s ethnological diversity alone is enough to

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Impression Sanjie Liu

Traveling to Guilin wouldn’t be complete without watching the world-famous ‘Impression Sanjie Liu’. So I booked a ticket a week before my scheduled flight to China, thanks to Vivi Chen, the travel advisor from China Travel (same agency where I

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