Railway as an alternative for an efficient, fast and inexpensive way of transportation. In the last years, the Chinese government has invested billions in order to improve Eurasian rail connections. In Europe, countries like Germany have an excellent infrastructure, in fact, they transport products not only from their own country but also from the ones nearby.

Since 2013, China has been working on the initiative: “One Belt, One Road (OBOR)”. The China-Europe Block train, which is also known as:“The Modern Silk Road”,  is one of the most important points of this project. Through this initiative, it is possible to understand a little better, perceive and feel in fact the proximity that exists between the different countries influenced by this venture.

Wuxi, an adventure in an Ancient Chinese Dynasty! Kelli Dougal, an American woman, share with us her experience in the Three Kingdoms; which is the first site in China that was specially design for TV and movies purposes. Not to mention, that it is also one of the CCTV (China Central Television) Television Bases in China. The Three Kingdoms city was built in a Han Dynasty style structure: it refers to Wei, Shu and Wu Kingdoms, which were the three politic rival powers during this antique period.

Have you ever seen a 50 meters dining table? Perhaps in fairy tales we have. Well, the Hmong people do, and they certainly know how to do it. Located in the southwest China, in provinces such as Hunan, Guangdong, Yunnan, Sichuan, among others, the Hmong people have lived for centuries. Today, we will travel to a village near Guiyang, where we will discover their unique and mysterious ancient customs throughout an exceptional festivity.

Mainland China: Expectations Vs. Reality... From the beginning, Dr. William Brown started writing letters about China. Since he arrived, he wanted to share the China he found, and further what he was learning. He wanted to show especially to his father but also to other people a new China, full of contrasts and differences. He wanted to share how Chinese people were like; a China from his eyes. Dr.

The Art of Embroidery... In ancient times, women from the Jiangmen area (Wuxi City), were supposed to learn this precious and traditional technique. The art of embroidery is an ancient technique full of details, perfection, and distinction. Nowadays, in this special and particular region is possible to find experts with extensive knowledge and a certain charisma.

One of the oldest forms of Chinese folk art is represented through the Huishan Clay Figurine; a tradition that has accompanied the people of Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, in China, for more than 1000 years. The Huishan Clay Figurines are of the highest quality, with precise and excelling details. In general, these figurines represent traditional characters from the opera, myths, legends, among others; highlighting and emphasizing the human shape.