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Spending 2 weeks in China is enough time to do everything from the Great Wall to a bunch of hole-in-the-wall
Want to travel Asia and earn money doing it? Teaching English in China can afford you the trip (and cultural
China is a relatively safe country to travel. But it's also full of adventure, from scenic hikes to interesting street
China is a vast and wild country with a seemingly endless number of regions to explore. But is it safe

Curious to know what real, traditional Chinese food looks like? This isn’t that imitation Chinese food you get from the

20 years ago Shanghai was nothing more than another fishing village in China. In a few short decades, Shanghai has

The needles and probes I could at least understand, but the Vasoline on my belly just didn’t make any sense.

Chinese and English are not easily interchangeable. After traveling all over China, I’ve compiled these photos of some of the

I know. Everybody loves to crack jokes about how the Chinese will eat just about anything, including Scruffy and Po,

I didn’t have a clue what I was getting myself into… People often ask how I decide where to go,

Stay away from your guidebooks, folks. If you’re researching The Great Wall of China in Beijing, they’ll tell you to

The mythical Shangri-La isn’t as mysterious as you think. Shangri-La, or Zhongdian (Xiānggélǐlā, according to modern Chinese), is located in

By western standards, China is a cheap and inexpensive place to visit. As I’ve outlined previously, the cost of living

The magnificent Tiger Leaping Gorge (Hutiao Xia)lies in the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan on the Jinsha River. Yunnan is

My 40 liter rucksack was packed and I was setting out to explore the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan for

As I step outside, my throat fills with phlegm. The thick smog pierces my lungs and lingers at eye level.

Ben Davis, the award winning UK photographer who previously graced us with 12 Jaw-Dropping Photos of China has returned for

You wouldn’t be the first person to call me an idiot. After all, I do have a track record of

I had just stumbled out of the fluorescent lighting of a 27 hour overnight Chinese sleeper train. The morning struck

Ben Davis is an internationally published and award winning press photographer. Ben spent six years working for a busy daily

I sit on the small fold out seats by the window. I can barely fit. The train departs with a

I don’t even know where I am anymore. Sometimes my location on this great planet of ours doesn’t fully register