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Boston’s Chinatown is rich with history, tradition, excitement, gifts, culture, and great food.

Chinatown Arch, Boston Massachusetts - Beach Street - catch lunch, or just mosey - great cultural experience for the kids.

Su Di Bridge on West Lake (HANGZHOU, CHINA). The Lotus flowers in the foreground are part of the Quyuan Garden, which features more than 200 species of lotus flowers growing in five ponds. (AND NO, THIS IS NOT JAPAN.)

Su Di Bridge on West Lake (Hangzhou, China). The Lotus flowers in the foreground are part of the Quyuan Garden, which features more than 200 species of lotus flowers growing in five ponds. (AND NO, THIS IS NOT JAPAN.

China Town, Bangkok, Thailand...will never get tired of going back...shop til you drop! Bring an extra suitcase and go early first sale is good luck so always the best deal of the day!

China town - bangkok Bangkok’s buzzing Chinatown is packed with restaurants, markets, gold vendors, and some of the city’s best street food.

Dragon dance in Beijing, China

The dragon dance is a form of traditional dance in Chinese culture. It is most often seen in festive celebrations. Chinese dragons a symbol of China and is believed to bring good luck.

Shanghai Market, Shanghai, China The closest thing I've been to a lace like this (at least how I image it) was a market in Cleveland Ohio. It was so remarkable to me, especially being a suburban myself.

China Travel Shanghai Market, Shanghai, China The closest thing I've been to a lace like this (at least how I image it) was a market in Cleveland Ohio. It was so remarkable to me, especially being a suburban myself.

The Terracotta Army, XI`an, China/ Every face is different, and there are over 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses. They've also unearthed officials, strongmen, acrobats and musicians. These date back to the late third century B.C. to protect the emperor in the afterlife.

The Terracotta Army, XI`an, China/ Every face is different, and there are over soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses. These date back to the late third century B. to protect the emperor in the afterlife.

Don't miss these if you get to Xian. The day we were there the farmer who discovered the warriors was signing books. #Terracotta_Warriors, #China en.directrooms.co...

Xian, China: The terracotta army is guarding the tomb of the First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang di. His fear of death and and quest for immortality brought the creation of these warriors. They are life-sized and individually modelled with great detail.