I was in China for the past few days and had a great experience..it was my first time there and Same with Russia. People saying: 'Oh, I've been to Russia, in Moscow'Nope. Moscow is not Russia. Go into rural areas, or at least far from Moscow.
Moscow is all the rage for tourists, but I've always thought that there are all sorts of things that could be seen as interesting in my hometown. For me, at least.
But believe me, China won't make you feel any discomfort. It's suitable for the whole world!
many modern cities lack vibrant nightlife in the city and often these buildings represent a facade. When living in Beijing, some of my best moments were in the hutongs!
There seems to be some charm in China's cities, where there are no boring hip-hoppers and gangs, but only friendly and safe prosperity!
I enjoyed the little villages in China, the people are so friendly !
Just one hour drive from Shanghai are all villages. Don’t judge the book by its cover.
It's rich and quiet, but it's not closed. You can always inadvertently feel the popular elements.
not sure we can still call China a developing Country anymore.
Earlier last year, when I first came to China, I was shocked by what I saw: there was a big gap between the image of China in our news!
Although, China is just the same like everywhere else on earth. It is a mixture of rich and poor, of modern and old, and of developed and undeveloped!
However, China's upper and lower limits are far higher than we expected.