Blurring the line between sacred and profane, Shaxi locals prostrate before a one-of-a-kind replica of the female reproductive organ, praying for a smooth childbirth.
Lonely Planet writer Shawn Low heads to the remote region of Yunnan, China, to observe an electric summer tradition that is part skill and part colourful showmanship.
In the Chinese coastal city of Shanghai, Neri and Hu Design is putting a radical spin on the “Made in China” label.
A tour through the world’s boomtown; a futuristic metropolis where skyscrapers grow faster than the trees.
For variety and competitive consumerism, Hong Kong wins hands down. Local edibles, souvenirs, unusual gifts, period pieces – it is all well worth your conspicuous consumption.
Six trip-planning websites may help you find deals and avoid queues during your next visit to any of the famous Disney parks.