15 Natural Wonders of China

15 Natural Wonders of China

Aim2D is a real time, 24/7 China Business, Marketing, Tech and Social Media News Portal of Bic Brands. Tuesdays we feature a trending topic, or China business news. Fridays we share China photo galleries or videos in line with our belief that to successfully market anything to anyone, you really need to know and understand as much as you can about them! Today, being Friday 3rd June we are tourists at some of China’s more picturesque locations.


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When the Bic first arrived in China, 2001, he was fortunate to wash up in a more remote, rural, location in Jilin Province, North China. Being 20+ years ago and a small city, he was in no doubt what-so-ever he was on foreign soil from the second he disembarked the plane. Later he found many places of scenic beauty were not too far away. Today, most visitors arrive in China via one of 4 or 5 major gateways. Big cities.

As we mentioned in, Was Shakespeare in China, these days, initially, everything looks pretty much the same as where we left from. Unless specifically booked on a travel / tourist package, many will miss the natural, wilder side of China and its beauty.
Today’s Friday Carousel is considerably shorter than some others, so without further ado, we will let these images do the talking – courtesy of Caixin Global 15 natural wonders of China

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