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Taiwan’s long, ongoing dispute with China has hit the front pages—of each country’s passports.In most countries, it’s illegal to modify your passport in... Read More

When there’s a national holiday in China, you can pretty much count on everyone in the country to take to the streets in celebration. Making for some of... Read More

Andrej Ciesielski is back at it again. The 19-year-old German was banned from Egypt for life earlier this year after illegally scaling the 4,500-year... Read More

Seeing that golden peony atop the Enchanted Storybook Castle when Shanghai Disneyland Park takes in its first guests is going to be harder than the... Read More

Turns out there are quite a few options for brave travelers visiting the mountainous regions of China. Last year, a 900-foot-long glass bridge opened in... Read More

Simultaneously 21st century and ancient, Hong Kong is one of Asia’s most bustling, frenetic cities—though its not without its tranquil temples and... Read More

Located in China’s moneyed gambling hot spot, Macau, The 13 is poised to become the world’s most expensive hotel, having cost its investors some $1.4... Read More

Between the sky-high rents of Hong Kong and the looming threat of government censorship in Shanghai and Beijing, none of China's world-class art... Read More

One of the most interesting, if unanticipated, side effects of modern copyright law is the practice by which cartographic companies will introduce a... Read More

With more than 24 million people and a skyline torn straight off the cover of a futuristic novel, Shanghai is arguably China’s most dynamic city... Read More

You can very literally travel around the world without stepping a foot outside of China, thanks to the country's "One City, Nine Towns" initiative.... Read More

Visitors to China frequently admire the country’s love for unusual buildings. There’s the sky-high diamond-shaped Famen Temple near Xi’an, Beijing’s... Read More

There’s no shortage of fun things to do in Beijing (think: guangchang wu dancing in public squares and grabbing drinks at the highest bar in the city,... Read More

We know people are vacationing at malls. But until now, the question has always been "Why?" But the Printemps Mall near Shanghai has just shared the... Read More

Beijing, Shanghai, Yangtze River. These well-known Chinese destinations are familiar to the seasoned traveler, but Hangzhou? Not so much. This eastern... Read More

Shanghai is about to become the new happiest place on Earth. The city’s Disneyland park, the first in mainland China, is scheduled to open June 16, 2016... Read More

Customers behaving badly may finally get their comeuppance, thanks to an airline blacklist that’s in the works. Air China, China Eastern, China Southern... Read More

For residents of Beijing, attending a local miaohui, or temple fair, comes second only to the big family dinner when celebrating the Chinese New Year.... Read More

This article originally appeared on time.com.Commuters worldwide should spare a thought for travelers in China trying to escape the country’s megacities... Read More

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A traveler arriving from Hong Kong was arrested at New Zealand's Wellington airport for possession of almost $1 million worth of crystal meth, which he... Read More

There are many high-paying, travel filled careers in the world that most of us could only dream of landing—photographer for the National Park ... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com.Hong Kong, one of the world’s largest ivory hubs, will “take steps” to shut down its domestic ivory trade,... Read More

Watch out, Orlando: Shanghai Disneyland is almost here. The Walt Disney Company announced yesterday that the much-anticipated Shanghai Disney Resort... Read More

Cat-loving globetrotters know whether they’re in Tokyo or Paris, Montreal or London, there’s always a cat to cuddle thanks to the booming business of... Read More

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