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A popular read among seasoned China travellers, now in its third edition, this book boasts new updated information on train travel, fresh recommendations and practical strategies for everything from haggling to bathroom emergencies.
In this beautifully illustrated book, which covers the China section of the Silk Road, Tucker uses traveller’s anecdotes and historical sources to celebrate the cultural heritage of the countries that lie along the Silk Road.
Starting in the Gobi Desert in winter, adventurer Rob Lilwall and cameraman Leon set out on an extraordinary six-month journey, walking 3,000 miles across China. Rob writes with humour and honesty about the hardships of the walk.
In this book Colin and Ryan take us with them as they travel through the diverse and extraordinary landscapes of China, across the vast empty spaces of the Mongolian grasslands, over the mountains and into the monasteries of Tibet.
First pass under heaven is Nathan Gray's account of his 4,000-kilometre trek along the largest man-made structure ever built: The Great Wall of China. His remarkable story shares his personal journey of physical, mental and emotional triumph.
A journey across China and through the soul of a young American, Double Happiness is both travel writing at its very finest and a ground-breaking story of coming of age in the era of globalization.
With humour and insight, Meyer puts readers in his novice shoes, winding across the length and breadth of his adopted country. In the last book of his China trilogy, Meyer tells a story both deeply personal and universal.
This book gives an insightful account of the rewards and challenges of living, working and travelling across the breadth of China and beyond. Tales of Clare’s travels are accompanied by the rewards and frustrations of daily life in China.
This book tells of the author’s time in the remote mountains of China where she lived among a tribe called the Mosuo in a place known as the 'Kingdom of Women'. She gives a glimpse into a way of life that teeters on the knife-edge of extinction.
From battling six-year-olds in kung-fu class to discovering Starbucks in Hangzhou, Polly relives her Asian adventure in this book with humour, enthusiasm, frustration and determination.
David Eimer undertook a dangerous journey to China's unexplored frontiers. His chronicle shines new light on the world's most populous country, showing clearly that China remains in many ways a divided state.
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