From the moment you land to the moment you leave there’s never any question, never a semblance of doubt about where you are. This is China. It’s written onto every face, every street corner, every journey, and every destination. Even in the states annexed by China – like Tibet – the mark of China never leaves. And China is not like anywhere else. It’s confusing and challenging. There’s limited special treatment. For the most part, you must jump in with two feet and absorb the good and the bad, from deciphering Chinese calligraphy to spending weeks exclusively eating local food. Sometimes you can’t pick or choose. This guidebook contains a whole section on how to survive in China, helping to minimize the culture shock as you explore the country.
What you will find inside:
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Three Men Ride Again by Ketan Joshi
Heart of Asia by Nicholas Roerich