Welcome to the Nanning China website
Containing information about China in our about China section and on Nanning and other cities in our city guides section, general travel advice and FCO travel advisories in our travel advice section, we also cover information on Chinese Visas, and other visa information in our Visa information section.
Upcoming Chinese Festivals
May 1st - 7th 2014: International Labor Day
May 4th 2014: Chinese Youth Day Commemorating the 1919 student demonstration against foreign aggression
June 1st 2014: International Children's Day
June 1st 2014: Dragon Boat Festival
August 2nd 2014: Double Seventh Festival
September 8th 2014: Mid Autumn (Moon) Festival
October 1st - 7th 2014: National Day
October 2nd 2014: Chong Yang (Double Ninth) Festival
You can find guides to Beijing to Nanning, Changchun to Shanghai. Please use the links on the Left to navigate to your chosen city Guide.
Beijing has a long history. As early as 500,000 years ago, ancient "Peking Man" lived at Zhoukoudian 30 miles southwest of Beijing. King Wu was the first to declare Beijing the capital city in 1057 B.C. Established in 1045 B.C.
Changchun is the capital and largest city of Jilin province, located in the northeast of the People's Republic of China.
Nanning is the center of the Zhuang minority culture, and its population is more than 63% Zhuang. The Zhuang are strongly assimilated into Han Chinese culture however, with some remnant customs such as the Longboat (Dragon Boat) races held on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month.