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We are inviting readers to join us, at Traveller, on a special tour of what has rapidly emerged as arguably the world's most important nation.
Although Chinese tourists and old China hands have already discovered these sights, here are six great destinations still off the mainstream foreign tourist trail.
The train takes less than 30 minutes to get to city centre, so you could have close to four hours to spend in the city.
China's answer to Vegas is one of the most intriguing food destinations in Asia.
A brush with the constabulary proves remarkably comfortable.
The test of any airline's service is how attendants handle an awkward moment.
China is as much old world as it is new. From Shanghai's skyscrapers bathed in neon, to grey-walled hutongs of Beijing, the terracotta warriors to the greatest wall of them all. While its man-made wonders are vast, its natural ones are also incredible; the karst cliffs of Yangshuo, the tiger leaping gorge, and its giant pandas. And don't forget to dive into its unique and varied cuisine.