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Olaf Malden
posted on Tuesday, April 25th 2017 at 20:33

Other than the majority of Chinese public holidays, the International Worker's Day or Labour Day (劳动节 – láo dòng jié) or more colloquially "May Day" (五一节 – wǔ yī jié) is not tied to the lunar calendar but is celebrated on Mai 1st like in many other countries all over the world.

Candice Lee
posted on Monday, April 24th 2017 at 20:05

As a small city in Yunnan's very west, Tengchong is known best for its hot springs, the volcanic and geothermal surroundings as well as Heshun Ancient Town. But one more thing should not be missed on a visit close to the Myanmar border: the local jade art, unique and excellent in its kind!

Nora Li
posted on Friday, April 21st 2017 at 02:48

Some 60 km north of Dali Old Town, right between Dali and Lijiang, lies peaceful Er’yuan (洱源). The name Er’yuan liturally means the source of Er, so of the Er’hai Lake. With a nice climate and relatively small population as well as its abundant hot springs, Er’yuan still is an insider's tip.

Nora Li
posted on Thursday, April 20th 2017 at 02:27

Beginning of this month (April 2017), the government of Dali Prefecture decided to temporarily close down almost 2000 guesthouses, restaurants and bars bordering directly the lakeside of Er'hai Lake. The reason: environmental issues, waste water pollution and the protection of the lake. 

Candice Lee
posted on Monday, April 17th 2017 at 22:54

When you travel to Yunnan, food shall always be an important part of your trip. Kunming, as the capital city of Yunnan, is not only beautifully located but has some very good and special dishes to offer. Find here some local delicacy you wouldn't want to miss when visiting Kunming. Enjoy!