China's Top Attractions: A Complete Guide

Lying on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the oval-shaped Qinghai Lake (青海湖) is the largest inland saltwater lake in China, covering an area of 4,635 sq. km and is 3,196 m above sea level. (More)

British diners refine appetites for Chinese cuisine
William Poon opened his first Poon's Restaurant in 1973 in an 8-square-meter space in Lisle Street, Central London. It had been occupied by an electrical supplies shop and was only big enough to accommodate four tables.
Don't confuse traditional culture with feudal dross
Pamphlets handed out by local government employees working in a marriage registration office have created a stir because of the views it contains about women.