From beer to tea festivals, four nomads weigh in on their favorite festival experiences in China.
Jamie Fullerton goes scuba diving to see an underwater section of the Great Wall at Panjiakou Reservoir.
During an intensive taiji (tai chi) course in southern China, Sarah Duff learns the art of meditation in motion.
A guide to exploring Jiuzhaigou National Park in Sichuan: discover spectacular waterfalls, walkways and authentic cultural villages.
In Suzhou, near Shanghai, Sharon McDonnell learns about the incredible work that goes into olive-pit carving, fan making and silk embroidery.
In modern Beijing, in the dead of winter, photographer Sonia Cacoilo captures the tense rivalries and warm camaraderie of a simple board game.
Sugato Mukherjee discovers how the farmers of Dongchuan turn their infertile soil into a polychromatic wonderland.
Find out where, when and how to experience Chun Jie, or Spring Festival/Chinese New Year.
Find out where, when and how to see the best of Duanwu Jie, China's Dragon Boat Festival in the Hunan province during June.
Find out where, when and how to experience China's Sister's Meal Festival, held in mid to late April each year.
China is a complex place to travel. From getting a SIM card, to navigating the language barrier, to the best places to visit, here are six important tips to help make the most of your trip.