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Inside Background
Chongqing is located on the steep hills were the Yangtze River and the Jialing...
Last edited: October 05, 2006
My husband is from China and Chongqing is his hometown. It is a beautiful city...
Last edited: May 16, 2006
Inside Transportation
Chongqing is the main starting or ending point for alot of tourist who are...
Last edited: June 18, 2010
Hire car Don't even think about it - the road system is congested,  in...
Last edited: January 24, 2013
Inside Things to Do
Arhat Temple – Luohan St This temple is right between all the city skyscrapers...
Last edited: October 05, 2006
Hot pot less commonly Chinese fondue or steamboat, refers to several East Asian...
Last edited: July 01, 2013
Fengdu is of some interest as a tourist site and I imagine of interest if you...
Last edited: June 14, 2010
The Stilwell Museum (his former residence and office) is a site to behold and...
Last edited: June 13, 2010
Inside Dining Scene
There is alot of street food available in Chongqing. Another option is there...
Last edited: October 05, 2006
Inside China: For Foreign Visitors
The currency of China is the renminbi (RMB) or yuan (or colloquially known as...
Last edited: October 04, 2014
To travel into China most nationalities need a visa stuck into their passport...
Last edited: June 12, 2014
In the event an emergency in mainland China, the police telephone number is...
Last edited: May 07, 2010
Hello                       ... Ni hao  (KNEE how) Good-bye...
Last edited: July 29, 2014
Sample Phone Dialing Codes in China Telephone/Fax.   ...  eg:  8610...
Last edited: March 04, 2014
China Tipping is a lively issue among seasoned travelers to China.  Generally...
Last edited: May 12, 2013
A walk through Chinese culture and business etiquette Home to the world’s...
Last edited: May 09, 2014
In this short guide to doing business in China, a few cultural facts and their...
Last edited: August 13, 2014
General emergencies The Public Security Bureau (i.e. Police) in Shanghai...
Last edited: October 01, 2013
The currency used is China is known as the Chinese Yuan (CNY) or the Renminbi...
Last edited: June 21, 2013
With over 6,300 kilometers long, the Yangtze River is the largest and longest...
Last edited: May 09, 2014
Having recently returned from a three week long trip to China, here are three...
Last edited: April 21, 2014
1.   Once you buy it in China, it is yours.  Like most foreign countries, make...
Last edited: January 28, 2013
Most nationalities require a visa to enter China. A visa is not required...
Last edited: July 19, 2014
If you are traveling to China on a Group Tour you will more than likely come up...
Last edited: November 01, 2013