Welcome to the 'world of smiles' where life meanders slowly.
Jianfengling National Forest Park is the largest and best-preserved tropical original forest in China.
A visit to the Lu Xun Museum for a look at the life and times of 20th century China's best-known writer is an inspiring experience.
At the birthplace of renowned writer Eileen Chang, visitors can have a go at the Shanghai dialect through role-play, in scenes adopted from everyday life.
With laundry hanging over the bushes, flowers blooming in the corner and neighbors chatting in the sun, the Chang Le Cun courtyard looks much the same as other communities in downtown Shanghai.
The poet, dramatist, historian, paleographer and social activist's former home in Beijing is now a museum celebrating his life and achievements.
At the crossing of Chittaranjan Avenue and Dwarakanth Tagore Lane, a typically untidy and constricted tributary, stands a tacky terracotta arch.
Indrani Ghosh, the curator of Rabindra Bharati Museum in Tagore's house in Calcutta, has a lovely anecdote to share.
The Hutong, an old-style city alley or lane, is one of the most distinctive features and attractions in Beijing.
The most enchanting sights in China are said to be Shanghai at night, Beijing in autumn, Chongqing in fog and Guilin in the rain.
A weekend trip to Liangzhu, in suburban Hangzhou's Yuhang district, will not only take you to blooming orchids and green countryside, but also 5,000 years back to China's primitive civilization.
Visitors to 'mountain city' come for the spicy food and spectacular scenery.