Our China Travel Vlogs
Our China Travel Blogs
China’s Social Credit System
What is China’s Social Credit system? A device to control its citizen’s every move or a force for good used to make a Great Society?
Is It Time To End Free Speech In America?
No, we should not end free speech in America but America should reintroduce the Fairness Doctrine to ensure American news outlets are being truthful.
The Friendliest Country In The World
What is the friendliest country in the world? Every country we’ve been to has had really friendly people but we pick one as the friendliest.
Best Food In The World By Country: My Favorites Thus Far
What is the best food in the world? Here are my travel favorite foods from 5 countries around the world as I travel for food.
Giant Pandas: Lunching with the Cutest Animals Ever
Who does not love pandas? Kim loves, loves, loves pandas and getting to see them, in China, in almost a wild setting, really was a dream come true. Here is a look at our day spent among PANDAS! Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding Because pandas are so popular
Weekend Antique Market – Hero’s Hill Cultural Market
Hero Hill Culture Market (often referred to as the Weekend Antique Market) is a bizarre bazaar of everything located in Jinan, China. Here’s a look at our day at the local Chinese market: It’s most known for its bookstores and calligraphy shops. You can buy high-quality paper, brushes, and ink as well
Thousand Buddha Mountain with Panoramic Views of Jinan, China
Thousand Buddha Mountain in the heart of Jinan, China. Once you’re at the top, you’ll have a panoramic view of the entire city. Here’s a quick look at our day among the Buddhas: 1,000 Buddhas – 1,500 Years Thousand Buddha Mountain (Qian 千 = 1,000, Fo 佛 = Buddha, Shan 山 = Mountain) is
Daming Lake – An Oasis in the Middle of Jinan, China
Poets and scholars have been writing about Daming Lake 大明湖 (Da – 大 – big, Ming – 明 – bright, He -湖 – lake) for at least 1,500 years. Daming Lake also impressed the first European’s who saw it. Marco Polo wrote about this refuge in the middle of the city back in the 13th