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Back side view of the bejeweled 'Phoenix' coronet of Empress Xiaoduanxian (1565 – April 1620), personal name Wang Xijie, a native of Yuyao (modern-day Yuyao, Zhejiang), who was a Ming Dynasty empress of the Wanli Emperor (reigned 19 Jul 1572 – 18 Aug 1620).  Empress Xiaoduanxian is the longest serving empress consort in China. She was the only one of the consorts of Wanli to hold the title of empress during his reign. Her only daughter was Princess Rongchang.

Back side view of the bejeweled 'Phoenix' coronet of Empress Xiaoduanxian (1565 – April 1620), personal name Wang Xijie, a native of Yuyao (modern-day Yuyao, Zhejiang), who was a Ming Dynasty empress of the Wanli Emperor (reigned 19 Jul 1572 – 18 Aug 1620). Empress Xiaoduanxian is the longest serving empress consort in China. She was the only one of the consorts of Wanli to hold the title of empress during his reign. Her only daughter was Princess Rongchang.

13 Chinese customs that are shocking to foreigners.

13 Chinese customs that are shocking to foreigners

Travel Tips :: China :: 13 Chinese customs that are shocking to foreigners.

The Essential Travel Guide To China

The Essential China Travel Guide (Infographic)

The absolute best tips on China travel, food, and culture from the Culture Trip team.

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.

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, chopsti

[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

[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

Xi'an city guide: how to experience China's first capitol with history, nature and culture. 2traveldads.com

Xi'an City Guide: exploring history, nature and culture

Xi'an city guide: how to experience China's first capitol with history, nature and culture. 2traveldads.com

Basic info about #China for travelers. China's voltage, outlets, the Chinese flag and more.

What to Pack When Visiting China

Basic info about for travelers. China's voltage, outlets, the Chinese flag and more.

Shanghai, China’s largest city, offers many exciting sightseeing opportunities for those unconcerned with having to deal with large crowds. But despite having a population of more than 24 million, this fun city also offers quieter historic districts and attractions alongside its many newer tourist sites.

10 Top Things To See In Shanghai

Frivolous Fabulous - Shanghai China Frivolous Fabulous Above The City. While architecture in the rural areas is more traditional, buildings in the urban cities of China often have advanced looking architecture, such as the buildings shown above.

Man Mo temple in central Hong Kong

Man Mo temple in central Hong KongArielle Gabriel's new book is about miracles and her everyday life suffering financial ruin in Hong Kong The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles, uniquely combines mysticism and realism *

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