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World Borders: How to Get from Lok Ma Chau to Shenzhen (Hong Kong to China Border)

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I’ve crossed the Hong Kong – Macao – China borders over 20 times now, and have already covered a few of those crossing on here. I aim to make these border crossings seem easy and smooth, which they normally are. …

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Thirsty Thursdays: Drinking Tea in Little Likeng, Jiangxi Province, China

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Little Likeng is a dreamy little ancient Chinese Village. Situated in a province that is not often visited by foreign backpacker s(Jiangxi), this gem of a place takes you to the China you really want to see. No skyscrapers, no …

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The Upper Trail Hike – Day 2 – Yunnan Province, China

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I must apologise for the lateness of this post. This is the second part of my two part guide to hiking on the Upper Trail Hike in China’s Yunnan Province in and around Tiger Leaping Gorge. To refresh your memory …

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World Borders: How to Get From China to Macau (Gongbei Port to Portas do Cerco)

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If you thought my world borders series has been quiet lately (except for the North Korea trip) then that’s because I’ve been busy crossing a load of world borders of my own recently, yet no time to type them up. …

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FREE TEFLs!! Get Your Free Certificate and Teach English in China!!

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Yes that’s right I’m offering FREE TEFLs today on Don’t Stop Living. You can get a FREE TEFL and start a new life and a new career in teaching English in China. It’s all organised through the FREE TEFL service. …

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Master of The Nets Garden, Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China

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The city of Suzhou in China’s Jiangsu Province is famous for being labelled “The Venice of the East” and while its canals and riverside promenades attract some attention, there is something else that Suzhou boasts: a UNESCO World Heritage Site. …

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World Borders: Flying from Beijing to Pyongyang, North Korea

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For the first time ever on my world borders series, I’m writing about a flight. Probably the reason for this is that it was a hotly anticipated trip for me, and one which quite frankly, I’m not sure why it …

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Friday’s Featured Food: Peking Duck at QuanJude Restaurant, Beijing, China

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While Beijing will never be my favourite city in China, it does hold a few saving graces. Tiananmen Square is a great place to relax, Beijing is the gateway to the Trans Siberian Railway and also for our recent trip …

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