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Is healthy nutrition possible when we travel?
Healthy Life

Is healthy nutrition possible when we travel?

In my recent post - Eating for Healthy Life - I wrote about my dietary habits: what I eat and what I don't eat, in order to keep in good health. I easily adhere to my diet when I am at home and in control of food that I buy, prepare and cook. But, is healthy nutrition possible when we travel? I am not going to answer this question now. Rather, I am going to look at what I did during my past travels. Back ...
Summer Palace – Beijing
ChinaSane Mind

Summer Palace – Beijing

The Summer Palace was an imperial garden and a summer retreat in the Qing dynasty. It is a vast complex of palaces, lakes and parks in the north-west part of modern day Beijing. Two most recognisable features of this beautiful place are the Longevity Hill and the Kunming Lake. The palace covers 2.9km², of which three quarters is water. The Longevity Hill is approximately 60m high and has many buildings ...
Forbidden City – Beijing
ChinaSane Mind

Forbidden City – Beijing

The Forbidden City is a vast palace complex of the Ming and the Qing dynasties, located in the very heart of Beijing. I visited the Forbidden City for the first time in 2009. That was also my first time in China and in Beijing. I went back to Beijing in 2016. By the time of my second visit, I had very vague memories of the palace. Although it was not new to me, its immense size and beauty captivated me ...
Humble Administrator’s Garden – Suzhou
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Humble Administrator’s Garden – Suzhou

The Humble Administrator's Garden is the largest garden in Suzhou. It is also one the finest gardens in southern China. It contains almost all features of classical Suzhou gardens and it became the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.



People celebrate this garden for its exquisite layout of pools, rockeries, islets, bamboo groves, pavilions and corridors and praise it ...
Shanghai
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Shanghai

I visited China five times and my most recent longer visit was in June 2016.  I went to Shanghai for work, but I extended my stay and visited Suzhou, Nanjing and Beijing.  Although this trip predates my blog, I decided to write about it because it seems that not many other bloggers visit and write about China, probably because of stringent visa requirements. It is also more expensive than other countries in ...
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