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The Dai water-splashing festival

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Walk through Jinghong, the capital of the Xishuangbanna region in the far southwest of China, in the middle of April and you are likely to get very wet.
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Relighting Harbin’s history

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In a city rapidly becoming Asia’s winter sports capital, the 2011 Ice Festival harks back to the pre-communist era.
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China’s top 10 Sichuan teahouses

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Nobody does tea better than the Chinese. And nowhere is China's tea culture better represented than in Sichuan province.
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One-of-a-kind dining in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong’s chefs are a versatile bunch who can move with ease between different culinary traditions, bringing together old and new, Chinese and Western, haute and humble.
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Chill out in China: Harbin’s Ice and Snow Festival

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From late December, visitors flock to Harbin to experience one of the finest ice and snow festivals anywhere in the world.
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The cave dwellers of 21st-century China

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In Shanxi province, an ancient way of life still exists.
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