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Guide to China By World Travel Publishing
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China has the oldest continuous civilization on earth. The country has diverse sides, an ancient historic part where you can dive into its rich of cultural past, and an ultra-modern open for... More > business and innovations side. China is on top of the list for every traveler.< Less
China Travel Guide By Xinru Chen
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China Travel Guide provides detailed and interesting information about various aspects of China, including historical and cultural overview, and everything you need to know when traveling to the top... More > 5 cities in China. This book will enable you a safe, convenient and fun trip, without missing any important views and attractions in China.< Less
Travel China: Definitive Travel Guide By Tama mcgibbon
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A travel guide written with the backpacker in mind, easy travel ideas, getting around China, what to eat, culture, respect. This information is first hand experience, doing the wrong things and... More > discovering easy methods to communicate, travel and live in China. I spent three years in China without ever having learned the language beforehand. I learned to travel inside the country, make friends, barter at the markets and communicate with no problem.< Less
China By Just Pictures
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This coffee table book for adults and children is a wonderful collection of high-quality images produced by a series of professional photographers. Please note that this book contains no text,... More > information or facts only an unique selection of medium sized images that portray the subject.< Less
China By Phillip Donnelly
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I've been living in China for two years and I understand it less and less. This travelogue mainly deals with a month-long journey I made from Macao to Beijing: from the hi-tech metropolis of Hong... More > Kong to old Lhasa; from the pollution of Chengdu to the pristine beauty of Yangshuo; from the tomb of the First Emperor to the new model city of Zhuhai. It was a journey through space and time, from China’s past to its present and even to its future. It was also a journey through my own mind and I struggled to come to terms with the Land of the Dragon. Humorous, informative and personal, it is more of a travelogue than a travel guide, more a description of my trip than a recipe for your own. However, the pampered westerners may learn what to expect from a public squat toilet, how to 'queue' effectively and how difficult touts can be to ward off. You may also learn how you will fall in love with China and never want to leave.< Less
China By Phillip Donnelly
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I've been living in China for two years and I understand it less and less. This travelogue mainly deals with a month-long journey I made from Macao to Beijing: from the hi-tech metropolis of Hong... More > Kong to old Lhasa; from the pollution of Chengdu to the pristine beauty of Yangshuo; from the tomb of the First Emperor to the new model city of Zhuhai. It was a journey through space and time, from China’s past to its present and even to its future. It was also a journey through my own mind and I struggled to come to terms with the Land of the Dragon. Humorous, informative and personal, it is more of a travelogue than a travel guide, more a description of my trip than a recipe for your own. However, the pampered westerners may learn what to expect from a public squat toilet, how to 'queue' effectively and how difficult touts can be to ward off. You may also learn how you will fall in love with China and never want to leave.< Less
The Best Of China for Tourists By Getaway Guides
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Planning a trip to China and don't know where to go? Have no idea where to start this trip in this wonderful country your about to see? Your going to be one of China's 56 million visitors this... More > year? Should you stay in the city or outside the city? You for sure don't want to miss seeing the forbidden city! How about the Great Wall Of China? How about what to buy in China? Shopping? Want to know where you can bargain shop? And what to buy?< Less
China Uncensored - A Survival Guide for China By Walter Kovacs
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Looking for something more than the 9-5 grind from Monday to Friday? Or are you starting to realize life should be a little more exhilarating then break room gossip? China Uncensored admits... More > everything to readers - teaching careers, choosing a city to live in, recommended qualifications, dating in China, new lifestyles and travel while you try and break the mold and enter the Land of the Dragon. Written for first year teachers and those considering working in China, it's a perfect guide for those looking at: - Exact qualifications and potential loopholes since 2014 for working in the Land of the Dragon - How to pick the best schools and how to get the most out of your year - Preparing and what to expect before hopping on that plane - Your Chinese lifestyle - Shopping and future career At times crude and a unapologetic, China Uncensored wants to give readers the opportunity to learn from the mistakes of a lifetime learner, travel addict and teacher inside a 5000 year old culture.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 29. China Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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China is a huge country, the third largest in the world, bigger than the United States. Look at it on a map. It's virtually all of northern Asia. Beijing is in the North, Shanghai is further south... More > and Hong Kong is in the deep south. It's an old country with a lot of history. Outside of the cities, much of the country does not have a modern infrastructure. Chinese has almost 1.5 billion people and a glut of males since they were favored during the one-child-only era and girls were routinely aborted or killed by the parents shortly after birth so as a result, many men will not find wives. Every region has its own customs. The biggest tourist attraction is probably the Great Wall. Hong Kong and Macau operate as "one country, two systems." They're freer than mainland China. Departing passengers pay a domestic departure tax. China is still a police state but this rarely affects foreigners. They just harass their own citizens. Try #915.113 at the library.< Less
China Country Study Guide By IBPUSA
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