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Huangguoshu Waterfall Video Posted by on Nov 11, 2015

In a follow-up to our recent post about the epic Huangguoshu Waterfall in southwest China’s Guizhou province, here’s a short video tour showing you the mighty falls, a cool night market, and some of the karst mountain scenery the area is famous for.  

Huangguoshu Waterfall Posted by on Nov 9, 2015

We’ve been talking about Guizhou province a lot on here recently, from the capital city of Guiyang to the Qianling Park outside of town. But there’s a lot more to Guizhou than the big city. A trip to this province wouldn’t be complete without taking in some of its natural beauty. Perhaps the best place…

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Qianling Park, Guiyang Posted by on Oct 27, 2015

Just outside of the city center in Guiyang is Qianling Park, a place where locals come to hang out, chat, or walk up to the Hongfu Temple. Walk all the way to the top and enjoy the views of the city below, where you’ll clearly see the rush to modernization that’s going on across the…

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Exploring Guiyang Posted by on Oct 26, 2015

Capital of southwest China’s Guizhou province (贵州省 – guì zhōu shěng), the city of Guiyang (贵阳 – guì yáng) is situated on the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau and the Nanming River. Although the city – and the province as a whole, for that matter – is often overlooked by travelers, its status as a major transport hub…

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One Day in Guiyang Posted by on Oct 21, 2015

Explore Guiyang – the capital of Guizhou province in SW China – in this short video showing what you can do in the city with just one day. Hang out in public parks and squares, check out an ancient pavilion, relax in a garden, and feast on yummy street food.

Better Know a… Province (Guizhou) Posted by on Oct 19, 2015

It’s been a while, but our “Better Know a…” series rolls on today as we continue crossing off the provinces, municipalities, autonomous regions, and SARs that make up China. For this installment, we’re headed southwest to check out Guizhou province (贵州省 – guì zhōu shěng). History People have been living in the area now known…

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A Long Journey Home Posted by on Feb 16, 2015

The Spring Festival is fast approaching, and millions of Chinese people are heading home to ring in the New Year with their loved ones. For many, it’s a long and tiring journey home. Trains are packed to the brim, airports are bustling, and roads are full of cars, trucks, and buses all across the country…

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