Business was booming in the 18th century for the city known as China's Wall Street. Travel back in time to Imperial China among centuries-old banks, businesses and private homes protected within the great city walls that still surround Pingyao today.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, the city of Pingyao is living history at its best. With well-preserved city walls, around 4,000 preserved Ming- and Qing-style residences ... >>
Looking a little stranded without the temple it once protected from evil spirits, the Nine Dragon Screen still manages to impress on its own. The largest and oldest glazed screen ... >>
If there is one sight that you should not miss while coming through Datong, it is the Yungang Caves. This masterpiece of early Chinese Buddhist cave art was declared a UNESCO ... >>
A wonder of Buddhist engineering, this 1400 year old marvel doesn’t just defy gravity, but the laws of religion. Instead of an exclusive devotion to a single religion, the ... >>