Wang Zhaojun was one of the four China’s ancient beauties. Her beauty not only comes from her appearance but also from her spirit and sacrifices for her country.
Concepts of beauty have changed throughout the various periods of China's history. Come and find out more about the famous beauties in ancient China.
Prevalently known as the Venice of the Orient, Zhouzhuang is one of the most renowned and must see attractions in Suzhou. It is one of the many towns located in the southern region of the significant Yangtze River.
Legend has it that this renown dish was invented by a homeless beggar who stole a chicken from someone's farm. The starving beggar was hotly pursued by its owner. In his haste, he buried the chicken in the mud near a riverbank to hide it from the owner.
The 13th Chinese Huabiao Film Awards was held in Beijing in 29 August 2009. What’s an award ceremony without showcasing what are some of the latest fashion that the Chinese celebrities are wearing?
Qinghai–Tibet railway is a high-altitude railway that connects Xining, Qinghai Province, to Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, in China. Total length of the Qingzang railway is 1956 kilometres.