Authentic Tranquility in the Bustle of Modern China – Asia

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Angus Cepka goes to Wutaishan, the site of one of the oldest wooden temples. Surely a building that is over a thousand years old, would actually look its age.

Where Am I Wearing – Asia

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Kelsey Timmerman wrote this article about various BootsnAll travel stories that inspired his trip and his book.

Beijing Reaches for Olympic Glory – China, Asia

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At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Stephen Chien found the passion and pride of the Chinese was unmistakable, with the entire nation’s eyes, and hopes, centered on its athletes.

The Best of Ancient China – Asia

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Photojournalist and travel writer Tom Carter, suggests an excursion in the opposite direction from the crowds for a glimpse into China’s true history.

Hospitality, the Chinese Way (1 of 2) – Yullin, China

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K was only trying to find accommodation in Yullin, but she wound up becoming a
Yankee Doodle class clown.

Which Country To Visit First – China, Japan, Asia

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Marilyn De Angelis Pennell asks whether a visitor should see China or Japan first. Both are fascinating countries with ancient, esoteric traditions alongside modern, new landscapes.

Travel to China with Kids – Asia

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China is a great place for children, writes Miriam Hoffmann. Don't leave them behind.

The Rope and The Great Wall – China, Asia

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Kaitlin Mills finds a fascinating piece of Chinese culture, even though at the time of discovery, she couldn't appreciate its significance.

Chinese Teenagers – Shanghai, China, Asia

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Kaitlin Mills and her colleagues try to figure out how Chinese teenagers choose their English names.

The Word – China, Asia

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Kaitlin Mills recounts a story that is quite unbelievable, perhaps too unbelievable.