Not everything is as it seems in the Middle Kingdom – one of the world's fastest-changing and most optimistic societies.
China's Guangzhou is very much the belly of the country.
You might come for the beaches, but Hainan has plenty to do away from the water.
Hainan is China’s secret tropical island getaway, a beloved retreat for locals who want to swap the mainland toil for some sand, sun and sea.
In modern Hong Kong, rent-a-curse grannies can still destroy your enemies for you.
The queues are long and it's not easy to navigate, but you can appreciate it's an architectural wonder.
Great seat, but the business class food doesn't live up to the airline's reputation.
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.