Having spent a fascinating week in Xinjiang, CRI reporter Liu Min has a lot to share.
|A CRI Winner's Trip to China|
An American teacher's travel diary in Beijing and Xi'an. Contest Winner List
A few tourism tips for travellers tempted by horse treks, scenic valleys and giant pandas.
|Zhang Xiaoyu's Turpan Trip|
Follow CRI reporter Xiaoyu to Turpan, the "oven" in Xijiang and the city of grapes and wine.
|China's Eternal City|
One almost need not visit Xi'an to be in awe of the place...
|Mt. Taishan, A Mortal Man in an Immortal Land|
We are plunging fast into a milky abyss, along with my heart.
Walking inside the caves, I see entire walls covered with carved Buddhas...
|Changzhou: It Reminds Me of Home|
Changzhou is such a small city that you can visit most of its attractions on foot. But in some aspects, it's huge.
|Sweet Dreams Are Made of Beihai|
Ah ... strolling in pleasant sunshine along the coast, the surf washing against your toes.
I relished the ease with which I had discovered a tropical paradise in China.
|28 Hours in Suzhou|
I resolved to gain an intimate knowledge of the ordinary, everyday Suzhou that locals know.
|Lugu Lake:Water Falling down from Heaven|
If you're lucky enough to visit this magical place,you'll find that the name provides an excellent and truthful description.
|Zhaoqing-City of History|
With the grand Dinghu Mountain and Qixing Cave, Zhaoqing is a city of many charming sites in south China's Guangdong Province.
|The City of Kashi|
It was 6 p.m. when I stood in the square in front of the Aitika Mosque in Kashi, in southwestern Xinjiang.
|I Believe I Can Fly!|
Skiing has been a dream of mine for a long time, especially since I learned how to skate.
|First Time Out|
Most everyone has a story to tell. Here is one story about a first time out.