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Who wants to visit China

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    Chinese traditional culture is attracting. I think parents should take their children to widen their world. Young people can experience another life, and Chinese food is tasty and Chinese attractions are historical and beautiful.
    Besides, it's cheap.
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    (Original post by BISYITS1)
    Chinese traditional culture is attracting. I think parents should take their children to widen their world. Young people can experience another life, and Chinese food is tasty and Chinese attractions are historical and beautiful.
    Besides, it's cheap.
    I've been to China and have had a fine taste of refined Chinese culture (girls).
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    I'd like to go and visit sometime, but I'd have to be careful to choose a time of year when it's not scorching hot. I really cannot deal with heat. :cool:
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    No i dont want my organs being stolen from me

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    (Original post by chipturtle)
    I'd like to go and visit sometime, but I'd have to be careful to choose a time of year when it's not scorching hot. I really cannot deal with heat. :cool:
    This year it is windy and cloudy, not hot.
    Maybe you can think about it
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    (Original post by 4metal)
    I've been to China and have had a fine taste of refined Chinese culture (girls).
    You are so nice.
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    I agree
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    Maybe Those, from different but English-speaking countries, who want to go to China can visit China at sometime together and meet together and have fun.
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    not now since theres flooding
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    (Original post by taeyang)
    not now since theres flooding
    Yes, but now it's safe. Because I am in Beijing now.
    I think September is the best time, for it's cool and the scenery is beautiful.
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    Who wants to come, let me know.
    I have a lot of tips and revelant suggestions.
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    (Original post by BISYITS1)
    This year it is windy and cloudy, not hot.
    Maybe you can think about it
    I wish I could... At the moment it's a bit beyond my budget. :rolleyes: maybe in a couple of years time, once I've saved up.
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    I'm visiting Asia next year and I'm definitely thinking about visiting China, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand.
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    Guys,

    You just have to go to Jiuzhaigou. Google it and when u reach there, its exactly the same as those picutres in google(better imho). Its got the most breathtaking scenic view imo. Never regreted going there.
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    I'm visiting Asia next year and I'm definitely thinking about visiting China, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand.
    Make your last stop in Singapore, after visiting thailand and malaysia. U just can't miss the multi-culture Singapore.
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    why would you want to go to a communist country?
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    (Original post by BISYITS1)
    Chinese traditional culture is attracting. I think parents should take their children to widen their world. Young people can experience another life, and Chinese food is tasty and Chinese attractions are historical and beautiful.
    Besides, it's cheap.
    I would absolutely love to visit China. It's in my top three places to visit. The culture, sights and countryside, the cities. Plus I absolutely love Chinese food, yum.
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    (Original post by anillatoo)
    why would you want to go to a communist country?
    It's not communist, if anything it's more capitalist than the UK.

    I've been to Beijing and Shanghai and while Beijing was relatively cheap Shanghai was actually quite expensive and overly modernised. So for people planning to go I would much recommend Beijing (which also has a lot more tourist attractions).
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    (Original post by hhforever)
    Make your last stop in Singapore, after visiting thailand and malaysia. U just can't miss the multi-culture Singapore.
    Thanks for the tip

    I haven't begun my itinerary but it's gonna be awesome.
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    Thanks for the tip

    I haven't begun my itinerary but it's gonna be awesome.
    Does it involve Beijing Shanghai and Macau?

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