Backpacking in Guangdong Province: The City of Dongguan

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In our ongoing backpacking in China tips and stories we share a guide to the city of Dongguan. Dongguan is a large city located in central Guangdong province, China. It will always have a special place in my heart as …

A Guide to Teaching English in China

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Undoubtedly one of the best ways to see China properly is to live there – work wise, teaching English is a great opportunity for any traveller to China. Check out our expert guide to teaching English in China, from Agness …

A Guide To Teaching English in Hong Kong

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Here’s a guide for you all on my experience teaching English in Hong Kong. I spent a total of 3 years out in the Kong teaching English to all levels of students, some private, some public. This should give you …

Backpacking in Fujian Province: Yuchang Earth Building, Xiaban Village

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Our tour of traditional Fujian Earthen style buildings started properly at the Yuchang Earthen Building. Although we had already checked into our hostel for the night – the Qing De Lou building in Taxia Village. This is the first of our …

Backpacking to The Great Wall of China

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“He who has not climbed the Great Wall is not a true man”- Mao Zedong There’s not a lot that needs to be said about the Great Wall that people don’t know already. Any trip to China is not complete …

Book Review: Add Your Brick to the Great Wall: Experience-based Advice for China from Expats

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Add Your Brick to the Great Wall: Experience-based Advice for China from Expats is a 197 page eBook written by Sarah Bennett, Agness Walewinder and Cezary Krol. Sarah Bennett is a travel blogger of The Further Adventures of Bennett while Agness and Cez …

Backpacking in Guangdong Province: Shenzhen to Yongding Night Train

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  The joys of night trains continues. I love them. When you are backpacking in Guangdong province you can use the major cities like Guangzhou and Shenzhen to sort out night trains across the borders into other provinces. We arrived in …

Backpacking in Guangxi Province: A mini-guide to Guilin

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When backpacking in China, you should definitely make it to the Guangxi Province to tour Guilin and Yangshuo. It’s commonly known as one of the most beautiful places in the Land of Dragons which surprises its visitors with stunning Yangshuo …

Chinese Visa Requirements

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First of all, there are different types of Chinese visas available in order for you to travel and work in China, although they are all referred to by letters as well as having ordinary names too (the different types of …

Backpacking in Hunan Province: A Mini-Guide to Zhangjiajie

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Being the world’s biggest country, China offers such an incredible range of backpacking options and a lot of them will blow your mind, while still managing to somehow remain unknown. Backpacking in Hunan Province offers the diversity of remote inspiring …

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