Chris Barclay on the Importance of Cultural Heritage Tourism

Chris Barclay, founder of Shaxi Old Theatre Inn, discusses cultural heritage tourism

by Sophie Steiner, 04 November 2020

A Line in The Sand: Crossing the China-Mongolia Border

​North Asia is big sky country, which, as it usually does in this world, goes hand in hand with being long border country.

by Benjamin Plafker, 25 November 2019

Buy Your Tickets to That's PRD's Live Reading Party Spring 2019

Come celebrate our region’s budding poets, novelists and travel writers (and have one, or two, or 10 glasses of wine).

by That's PRD, 27 May 2019

Last Chance to Submit for Our Spring 2019 Writing Contest

Have a fascinating travel story, badass poem or erotic tale that you're burning to share? Then sharpen those pencils, dear readers – it’s YOUR time to write.

by That's PRD, 15 May 2019

Here's How to Participate in Our Spring 2019 Writing Contest

Have a fascinating travel story, badass poem or erotic tale that you're burning to share? Then sharpen those pencils, dear readers – it’s YOUR time to write.

by That's PRD, 29 April 2019

Travel Writer Vincent Wang on the Hospitality Industry in China

The regular contributor to Conde Nast Traveler and Architectural Digest talks design, service quality and new openings.

by Dominic Ngai, 18 April 2019

Meet the Chinese Woman Who Took on the Grueling Mongol Rally

From Scandinavia to Siberia, it was the adventure of a lifetime.

by Matthew Bossons, 18 February 2019

5 Ways to Experience Guizhou, 'China's Green Corridor'

Whether you're visiting ethnic minority groups, sampling the province's signature liquor or hunting for aliens: Guizhou has something for everyone!

by Matthew Bossons, 27 November 2018

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