China: A Journey to the Middle Kingdom

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The largest Asian country is also the world’s fastest emerging economy. China is rapidly trading on a glorious past to keep up with the ever-changing world. And the key word here is “rapid,” as admittedly, a six-day tour of this mammoth nation is, to put it in an understatement, too little of a time. But that’s enough to scratch China’s surface, hitting the most accessible sights, such as the Forbidden City, Great Wall in Badaling, and the Lama Temple in Beijing; and the Bund in Shanghai.

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Forbidden Kingdom, Beijing
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Summer Palace, Beijing
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Badaling section of the Great Wall, Beijing
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Colonial architecture, Shanghai
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The Bund, Shanghai

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