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Making Sour Plum Wine in Sanjiang

Sour Plum Wine, according to Compendium Materia Medica, has the function of “Quench thirst, produce saliva, adjust the 5 organs (heart, liver, spleen, lungs and kidneys), clean bowels & stomach, and so get rid of ill feelings arising from the disorderly functions of the internal organs”.Modern research of sour plum shows it contains glucose, fructose, malic acid, citric acid, and multi-Vit ...
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ETC Starts Wheelchair Simulation - Disability Awareness Training

Easy Tour China is a China based travel agency that has been delivering guided, easy and accessible China tour packages for people with disabilities.We wholeheartedly believe that when assisting disabilities to plan their China vacation and to make the most of their time travelling, we should know what it is really like to have a disability, and better understand the disability experience. For y ...
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Top 7 Reasons to Travel by Train in China

China experienced a dramatic change in rail service in the past 20 years. Personally I did remember in early 1990’s, when I took a train to Beijing to attend the university from home (Guilin, in South China), it was a 32-hour ride on board, so every time I went home or to school by train, it was always a horrible experience due to the packed carriage, poor food, foul air, and inconvenience to u ...
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Survival Tips for Vegetarian Traveling to China

Many vegetarian travelers may be concerned about whether they can find a place to eat while visiting China. This is quite natural, especially going to a country with language barrier and different cultural background. If you are traveling to the cities, there are various popular vegetarian foods and always some vegetarian restaurants in China catering to the needs of Buddhists and vegetarians. A ...
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China Celebrates the First International Tea Day

Fans of tea in the world must have long been dreaming of a universal tea day. And you probably have heard the news that in November 2019, the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly adopted May 21 as the "International Tea Day ". Since then, there is a designated festival for tea lovers. Bravo!May 21, 2020 marks the world's first International Tea Day.China is celebrating Tea DayChin ...
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Easy Tour China Founder Wei's Life during Coronavirus in April

Wei is general manager of Easy Tour China, and would like share his life in Guilin, Southwest China, during the coronavirus epidemic period.April 02, 2020, cold snap from north China goes on. RainingThe provincial government distributed 268yuan worth of coupon thru Alipay. But how can the old folks without alipay APP on their phone (and many of the phone are not smart phones) get the coupons? My ...
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In the Beginning...

I first arrived in China in March 2001, round-eyed, full of trepidation and ready for a range of exciting adventures. Less than one week later I was sat in a hospital in Xi’an with a drip in my arm. ‘So much for Chinese traditional medicine!’ I thought. As it turned out, this was to be the first step in an endless process of realigning my expectations.What HappenThe rather unexpected medical ...
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