Creating Jellyfish from Colourful Swirls
Chinese Calligraphy artist at work
Making a Traditional Chinese 团扇Tuanshan ( round silk fan)
10 Insider tips to help you adapt to Chinese culture
Lego built a city for the future in Shanghai
Ocean in the Sky
What inspires me to Travel
Ever wondered why people burn Incense at Temples in China?
The famous Shanghai – Pudong skyline
Bird’s Nest Soup
Monday Walk in Minhang Sports Park
One of China’s most popular street foods – Chinese lamb skewers
Monday Walk in Century Park
5 Reasons to eat Hotpot in Shanghai!
Chinese Flower tea combinations you have to try!
Chinese BONE soup/ broth
Winter Cycling through the streets of Shanghai
10 Things To-Do when preparing to Teach English in China
Chinese Worm Tea
King Lotus leaves are huge enough to support a child
The bicycle is a curious vehicle
Monday Walk among the Blossoms
Tips on how to be a Mindful Traveller
Yu yuan classical garden in the heart of Shanghai
The old Shanghai is found in Gritty Alleyways
A Rise of Street Art in Shanghai
10 Things my first months of Living in China has Taught me
Dafu Buddha, a Chinese Masterpiece
A small Wet Market in Shanghai
Smiling Faces of Shanghai
5 Things to Know before you explore the Bund, the Modern Waterfront of Shanghai
Reason #1 To be Vegetarian in China.
Foreshadowing a humid day
10 Tips for when you visit Tianzifang
Making my Dream a Reality
5 Things that make Longhua Temple in Shanghai unique
Hiking the famous Yellow mountain of China was breathtakingly fabulous but physically torturous!!
The Fabulous Summer Palace and its Amazing Gardens in Beijing
Walking Through Chinese Gardens and Parks during a Typhoon
Temple of Heaven where they Sacrificed People for Good Harvests
On The Great Wall of China!!
The Tranquil Hangzhou, West Lake of China
Stepping into Beijing’s Forbidden City
Walking across Tiananmen Square
The Worlds largest Buddha and the Leshan Dafo Temple
The Great Mosque of Xi’an is completely Chinese in style
Lantau Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery of Hong Kong.
Exploring the mist shrouded Xian City Wall the “easy” way
Chinese Lanterns, Street Food and Crazy Tuc-Tuc drivers at China’s Jinli Steet
Drinking Flowering Tea Inside Shanghai’s Oldest Teahouse
Kissing a Sacred Lion at Wuhou Shrine.
Exploring Ghost City where the souls of the dead go to enter the underworld.
Floating down the Shennong Stream through the Gorges of the Yangtze River.
Cormorant Fishing in Yangshuo
Cruising down the Magnificent Yangtze River of China
China’s “Small Venice” or ‘Garden of Clear Ripples’ at the Summer Palace
Xian Terracotta Warriors, the Most Significant Archeological Excavation of the 20th Century.
First local cooking class in China was a highlight!
Ancient Qing Dynasty house in Yangshuo countryside
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