The annual horse festival of Litang is a great opportunity to discover the Tibetan traditions that run deep in parts of Sichuan province. Photos by Kit Yeng Chan.
China’s capital may be unapologetically future focused, but it’s grand traditions and sights mean it remains a treasure trove for history buffs.
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In the mid-nineties a team from the Getty Conservation Institute began working with the Dunhuang Academy to develop the China Principles to protect the Mogao Caves.
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Picture-perfect bookstores have been popping up all over China for the past few years and have slowly been making their way onto travelers’ Instagram feeds.
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