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How to Plan Your First Trip to China

Americans can get quite a culture shock visiting China for the first time. With different customs and languages, and hassles like visas and censorship- it’s no wonder why. Stay informed and you’ll have a great first trip to China. Here are my tips to planning your first trip to China!

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[INFOGRAPHIC] A Guide to Travel: China. Here’s what you should know before your inaugural China journey, and how to make sure you don’t miss out on the very best of this incredible nation.  Read more: http://www.buffalotours.com/blog/infographic-a-guide-to-travel-china/#ixzz3aBE0l7nz
from Buffalo Tours Travel Blog

INFOGRAPHIC: Travel Tips for Your First Trip to China

[INFOGRAPHIC] A Guide to Travel: China. Here’s what you should know before your inaugural China journey, and how to make sure you don’t miss out on the very best of this incredible nation. Read more: http://www.buffalotours.com/blog/infographic-a-guide-to-travel-china/#ixzz3aBE0l7nz

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from The Blonde Abroad

Ten Tips for Your First Trip to China

China is a fascinating country, with centuries of rich history and culture. But it can be quite the culture shock on your first trip! Sometime during your visit, you’ll have to deal with smog, chopsticks, and government bureaucracy. Just stay informed and be prepared, and you’ll have a stress-free vacation.