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Survival guide to customs and etiquette
Lonely Planet Beijing Encounter 2nd Ed.: 2nd Edition
Walking in the footsteps of the emporers in the ancient Forbidden City.
Lonely Planet China (Travel Guide)
Lonely Planet China is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Pass through the Gate of Supreme Harmony in Beijing's Forbidden City, hike along the Great Wall, or slurp up wonton soup amid Shanghai's neon lights; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of China and begin your journey now!
This wildlife guide provides a colourful introduction to the species of a country that is beginning to emerge as a fascinating destination for natural history enthusiasts. Visitors can discover a range of habitats: the huge deserts of the northwest and the Tibetan Plateau, forested mountain slopes and the rivers, lakes and steamy tropical forests of the deep south. It includes interesting features on medicinal plants, rare cranes and, of course, the giant panda supplement animal and habitat listings. Accessible and beautifully illustrated, "Chinese Wildlife" will appeal both to the first-time visitor and the serious naturalist seeking a compact volume. It is also a great souvenir.
Taking in the soaring skyline views from the Bank of China Tower’s 43rd floorGetting lost among the trinkets and swallows’ nests of Sheung Wan’s winding alleywaysBargain hunting and window-shopping in Soho’s designer boutiquesDevouring steaming baskets of dumplings at the cacophonous City Hall Maxim’s PalacePressing your luck at the craps tables of Macau’s impossibly glitzy casinosGossiping over dainty cakes and oolong tea at the Peninsula Hotel
The Great Wall of China is the largest construction on earth, but myths about it are more widely known than facts. The best way to appreciate it is to explore it on foot. This book focuses on the most rewarding and accessible sections of the Wall, dating from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
This book includes:
. a drop-down map showing the Great Wall in China and in the Beijing area
. walking notes on seven sections, both restored and original
. site plans showing the Wall at Shanhaiguan, Simatai, Mutianyu and Badaling
. practical information about transport and travel
. background information on China's dynasties, geography and economy
. 70 colour photographs
. a rucksack-friendly format.
Pages: 64Size: 14,5 cm x 22 cm
Six extended tours trough north-eastern, east-central, and south-eastern China, and three trough Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Extensive sections on trip planning and preparation.
Tips on buying and outfitting your bike.
Essential information on route finding, transportation links, safety and health, food and accommodation.
Expert advice on negotiating, China culture and language.
Pages: 268Size: 13,5 cm x 21 cm
Live and work in China
A detailed survey of the opportunities for living & working in China - from
Hong Kong to Shanghai and from Macau to Beijing
Living in China
~ Secure a residence permit
~ Find your ideal home
~ Obtain a competitive mortgage
~ Deal with surveys & conveyancing
~ Choose a suitable school
~ Open the right bank account
~ Get the best health care
~ Learn the language quickly
~ Organise your retirement abroad
~ Make the most of your leisure time Working in China
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~ Finding suitable employment
~ Submitting the correct documents
~ Skills and trades most in demand
~ Seasonal & temporary work
~ Salaries, hours and holidays
~ Trade unions and contracts
~ Starting/buying your own business
~ Raising the required finance
~ Government incentives
~ Sources of advice and assistance
Pages: 348Size: 14,5 cm x 21 cm
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