Cities of China
Xiamen (厦门), meaning “door to the house,” is on the western side of the Taiwan Strait and was a treaty port ceded to the British. Today it’s the eighth largest port city in China with a thriving economy.
You can find Hui people in many provinces in China but most live in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous region in northwestern China. Yinchuan is the capital city of Ningxia.
It would be a stretch to say that I have been to the city of Lanzhou, capital of Gansu Province. I can, however, claim to have been through it.
For tragic reasons, the world has become familiar with the Chinese city of Zhengzhou this week. Torrential rain dropped a year’s worth of rain in four days, causing devastating floods that have killed dozens and left millions homeless.
The city of Hong Kong has a special place in the hearts of quite a few of us on the ChinaSource team.
One of the fascinating things about living in Changchun during the 1990s was watching the turbo-charged development that took place beginning in 1992.
Originally developed as a garrison town by the Qing rulers to establish and maintain their control over the region, Hohhot is now a thriving city of close to three million.
How I spent my first Christmas holiday in China.
A look at China's "Big Data Valley."
The capital of Anhui province—a view from the sky and lots of reasons to vist.