Week 1 (7/8- 7/12): Beijing
As the capital of China, Beijing constantly reimagining itself as it races towards the future, yet inextricably linked to its glorious, notorious past.
Week 2 (7/15- 7/19): Shanghai
Few cities in the world evoke so much history, excess, glamour, mystique and exotic promise in name alone. For sure, Shanghai is the most modern city in China.
Week 3 (7/22- 7/26): Xi’an
The traditional capital city of thirteen dynasties, Xi’an is the eastern terminus of the Silk Road as well as the hometown of Terracotta Warriors in Qin Dynasty.
Week 4 (8/19- 8/23): Nanjing
Lying on the lower stretches of the Yangzi River, Nanjing boasts a rich and impressive historical heritage and is also one of the cleanest and best-looking cities in China.
Week 5 (8/26- 8/30): Chengdu
The well-known the “Land of Abundance” city owns panda and its special food very much as a point of pride. Featured with laid-back pace and diversity of cultural senses, one cannot feel unengaging lingering in the city.