A travel in China will make you pass by his Beijing capital and the prohibited city, by the place Tian' Anmen or the memorial of Mao. You will explore Shenyang and its Manchu old workings, Xi' year starting point of the Silk route or Sichuan with its mountains where the collars culminate with more than 4,000 meters. You fill with wonder in front of the rice plantations in terrace or the Wall at China and add Shanghai to your circuit for its cosmopolitanism and its modernity. Your travel in China can also include a trip to Hong Kong, where you will be able to admire gigantic constructions of a megalopolis high-tech and the ancestral decorations of thousand-year-old China, but also of beautiful beaches and a protected nature. We could continue to enumerate you for a long time all that makes the beauty and the originality of this country but nothing will not replace your own experience.
Among oldest of the world, the Chinese civilisation continues since nearly 5000 years. The various dynasties which alternatively directed the country left behind them innumerable testimonies of their size of which the impressive Forbidden City of Beijing, ground of sensational legends, as well as buildings of defense of great scale like the Great wall, long of 21,196 km, only visible human work of the moon. The town of Xi' year, starting point of the Silk route shelters one of the most astonishing sites of the country: the mausoleum of the Qin emperor and his army of almost eight thousand soldiers and horses out of terra cotta.
This immense country conceals unsuspected wonders in all its provinces; caves dug with cliffside to shelter Buddhas with delicate contours, deep throats in the valley of the third larger river of the world, Yangzi Yang, 1833 turns of watch around Kaiping, the circular dwellings of the Hakka people, the paradisiac beaches or of the villages of another age, far from modern China. Very different, vibrating big cities of Beijing, Shanghai where Hong Kong can constitute a travel alone. You will not fail either to discover true flavours of the kitchen of the Empire of the Medium.
China is the country more populated world with these 1.2 billion inhabitants. It counts 55 ethnic communities. Each one has its own habits. We know the Uighur ones, the Kazakh ones, Today, the Kyrgyz, the Uzbeks, the Inhabitants of Tajik, Tatars, Naxi, Bai, the Tibetans, Dai, Hani, the Mongols, Oroqen, She, Tuija and Zhuang.
The Confucianism (rujia sixiang or thought of the well-read men) is a philosophy worked out by Confucius (551-479 av.JC) which preaches the community property and the social harmony. These doctrines emphasize several moral links such as obedience towards the old ones, the family and the friends. The Confucianism has a central place in the life of the Chinese and influence their life.
The Chinese cuisine is famous in the whole world for its range of flavours. This gastronomy has five alternatives of flavours: sourness, the sweet one, the prickly one, the land-mark and salted. However the various specialities are strongly specific to the areas. Among the dishes known in Occident, we find Peking duck, fried rice, the Chinese fondue and much more. However, certain areas of China are followers of more original mets such as the insects or the dog in the province of Guangdong.
Built between the 3rd front century JC and the 17th century to defend the northern border of China, the Great wall is the largest building ever built by the man. Only a few pieces were restored including three important sites around Beijing. The sites of Bada Ling to 60 km or that of Mutianyu to 90 km of Beijing are most accessible with their cable car which will avoid you kilometers of walk in the mountain. You will be able to make kilometers between the turns of watches, and to admire the grandiose landscape formed by the great wall which curves between the hills.