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Hidden China: Beijing to Shanghai

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Modern and mystical; hurried and stately; electric and serene. China is a nation of contrasts, which will be revealed to you in this Hidden China adventure, an experience that will prove both epic and sublime. UNESCO World Heritage Sites abound, from the Terra Cotta Warriors to the Forbidden City to the gigantic and impervious Great Wall to the ancient and amazingly intact town of Pingyao. Small pleasures await as well: nibbles of dumplings, walks along Shanghai’s Art Deco Bund, a rickshaw ride in the historic alleyways of Beijing, a visit to a Chinese family to learn the about the art of calligraphy—and of conversing with people from a land so foreign, yet so accessible. Such openness is only a recent occurrence. For centuries, China has been a closed culture. Today, it opens wide for Brendan travelers.

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