Not everything is as it seems in the Middle Kingdom – one of the world's fastest-changing and most optimistic societies.
Hong Kong is a world-class gourmet destination, offering everything from top-end seafood in swanky restaurants to homemade noodles in neighbourhood eateries.
Halfway across the world's longest sea bridge, I hear a roar behind us.
Straddled between two cliffs in China's Hunan province, a 430-metre glass-bottomed suspension bridge offers the world's highest bungy jump from a footbridge.
'You Muslim?' the immigration official asks. No, I say, it's just a beard.
Australian photographer share his tips on what to do and what to avoid in Shanghai.
Royal Caribbean's billion-dollar leviathan is the most expensive ship purpose built for the Chinese market.
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.