National Day means "crazy shopping" in Japan for Chinese tourists.
Zhuli Kosa is a hotel in the ancient water town of Zhujiajiao. The interior design concept aims to ‘relive the olden days of the Song Dynasty’, when Japanese aesthetics were de rigeur.
The owner of Zhuli Kosa details the painstaking efforts made in creating the ideal place to stay for Zhujiajiao visitors.
In this episode of Chinese Daily Life, we find out what Beijingers think of Shanghai?
Chinese Daily Life speaks with Beijingers on their thoughts about Shanghainese people.
China Daily Life continues to ask Beijingers if they've been to Shanghai and why they've had the chance to frequent the cosmopolitan city.
How well would a Beijinger speak Shanghainese?
What are some differences between Shanghainese and Beijingers?
Have cab drivers in Beijing been to Shanghai or met Shanghainese people before?
What is a Beijinger's first impressions of Shanghai?
What complaints do Beijingers have about the Shanghainese?
Not all Beijingers have been to Shanghai, but they've certainly heard of its main attractions.
Is there anything about Shanghai that's better than Beijing?
It's time for more impressions of Beijing.
Our host meets a half-Beijingese, half-Shanghainese, and learns the importance of using "nin" while in Beijing.
Some more differences between Shanghai and Beijing.
An author and documentary filmmaker Laoji believes the only thing you should do as a kid is play. His son Simba has always longed to see the polar bears. One day Laoji and his family embark on a journey others only dream about.
At a young age, Simba's father took him out of school to travel. The education he received traveling hardly compares to what he could learn in the classroom. Languages, social skills, adapting to new environments these are all skills that can be developed outside of the classroom.
Traveling with his child is an incredible experience for Simba's father. There is nothing more he would rather do than watch his son grow up by his side. For children, getting out and seeing the world is important to their growth and development.
The city of Wuhan slowly awakens from the epidemic standstill.
Jianghan Pass, once a very popular spot for wedding photos, is now deserted.
The winter has passed and Jianghan Road is showing signs of returning to business, but many simple services, like takeout delivery, are not yet operational.
Our host will remember this exceptional meal forever, and not because of the food.