Which Chinese city impress you most?
Joseph W. Hatch, My wife and "In-Laws" are from Mainland China. I travel there frequently.
Answered Dec 15, 2015
I have been to many cities in China. The nearest and dearest to my heart is Qingdao. Most of my in-laws live there. It is a very clean city and the climate is a lot like San Francisco, California, USA. This smaller city is on the coast of the yellow sea. The city offers some of the finest fish and seafood in China. Qingdao has a great brewing/beer tradition. It goes great with a bucket of steamed clams. There are tourist attractions. However, exploring the older parts of the city I found most interesting. There are places that have been there thousands of years like Jimo. Near the Train station you will see buildings that were built by the Germans and the Russians. In Sifang there is a Nunnery that has been there for at least 500 years. Mostly, Qingdao has a "small-town" feel. The city's pace is not too fast nor too slow.
Answered Jun 7, 2016
Suzhou, Fenghuang, and Qingdao.
Suzhou has beautiful gardens, nice canals, nice artworks (especially Suzhou embroidery), nice local langauge (I love the sound of Suzhou language/蘇州話), and nice people.
Fenghuang has breathtaking scenery and there are many Tang Dynasty style house are still very well-preserved there. I personally think that Fenghuang is pretty underrated.
Qingdao is also beautiful, I love the seaside scenery there and it's very clean (for a Chinese city standard). The seafood there is also very worth of trying, and I also could see several German-style buildings there.
Answered Jul 20, 2017
This is the border city with North Korea and I visited it last year and it was one of the weirdest experiences ever. In the city you can see north korea from across the river and you can buy north Korean goods like cigarettes and fake money there. If your feeling adventurous like me then you can take a speedboat into the river and go next to North Korean villagers seeing the workers and guards
Answered Oct 18, 2017
I find Hong Kong stunning! I was there with YYZ Travel last year, the city is really great and remains none of Chinese cities
Hong Zhang, native Chinese speaker
Answered Dec 15, 2015
Hangzhou, a city of 7 million people just an hour's train ride from Shanghai, local authorities have long allowed private enterprise to flourish.
It is the birthplace of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, which earned annual revenues of 76.2 billion yuan in its last financial year, and hired nearly 13,000 employees in the year since March 2014.