Wandering Educators: I saw this post on street food in Mongolia, and knew it would be a perfect match for your interests (and travels). I asked the UB Post if we could republish it; indeed as you can see, they said yes.
10 Things You’ll Learn as a First-Time Traveler to China
One of the best parts about traveling to Taiwan is having the opportunity to discover the island’s unique and vibrant culture.ShareThis
China: it’s the world’s second largest country, and the world’s most populous, as well. China is an ancient place, based on one of the earliest civilizations, which has flourished for thousands of years. The first imperial dynasty, the Xia, emerged around 2070 BCE.
Though we might have the best of intentions, it’s all too easy to commit cultural faux pas while abroad.ShareThis
Taroko Gorge—it’s Taiwan’s biggest tourist attraction, and justifiably so. With 19 kilometers of steep mountainous slopes dropping off into deep, crystal-clear ravines, it truly is a site to behold.ShareThis