From Tiananmen Square to Red Square – Russia, China, Mongolia

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Mark Gilbey recounts his Trans-Siberian adventure across 5,772 miles and three countries. Per mile, it remains one of the cheapest journeys in the world.

Changing China in 2007 – Asia

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On Suellen Zima's 16th visit to Hangzhou, China, the metamorphosis of a constantly changing country was stunning, exasperating, exhilerating, frustrating, fascinating and familiar.

Chinglish: Language of the Heart – China, Asia

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Author, Olga Leskiw-Suzuki, is "lost in translation", but finds that is part of the joy of the journey.

Lhasa to Xining via the Qinghai-Tibet Railway – China, Asia

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Ride the world's highest railway at altitudes of 5,072 meters with author, Olga Leskiw-Suzuki.

The Yin and Yang of China Travel – Asia

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Olga Leskiw-Suzuki delves into the good, the bad and the ugly of travelling through China.

Shaolin, The Kingdom of Kung Fu – Henan, China, Asia

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Photojournalist, Jon Smith, goes inside China's legendary martial arts schools at Shaolin Si.

Escape from Thailand to China – Asia

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Olga Leskiw-Suzuki escaped the heat of Thailand, only to be afflicted with the China Syndrome.

The Back Side of the Mountain – Lhasa, Tibet, China, Asia

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Debby Merickel finds that Lhasa, the former capital of Tibet, takes all of your senses at least one step beyond comfort.

Why You Should Go To Yunnan – Yunnan, China, Asia

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Andris Bjornson thinks Yunnan province of China warrants the phrase "you should" – go there, see it.

Field of Dreams – Waqie, China, Asia

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Stephen Tapply goes off the Western beaten track and finds the Chinese already beat him to it.