China Web Guide

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Carolyn Banta

Human Rights in China
Information about human rights issues in China. Active human rights issues, including ethical globalization, technology and human rights, legal reform and human rights defenders, are discussed on the site.

China Travel Guide
From the Great Wall of China to the Forbidden City, this site is a comprehensive guide for the traveler. The tours, cruises, hotels and city guide sections offer numerous possibilities for vacationing and traveling.

China’s Religions
An overview of the country’s major religions including Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity and Islam are described on this site. Additional resources include digital archives, texts and guides to religious associations.

A China Information Base
General information about China including links to the country’s top news sites. Other sections include trade and investments, cites and people, culture and art, life and entertainment and travel and weather.

Xinhua News
Keep up-to-date on China’s latest news. Browse the featured sections to learn about the latest developments in life and health, science and technology, culture and education, sports, entertainment, business and travel.

The History of China
For the history buff, this site offers a detailed history of China’s development from the ancient dynasties to the development of the People’s Republic.

Interactive China Map
Explore the cities in China using this interactive map, which displays economic, geographic and environmental information.

China Window: The Best Way to China
Take a look through the window and experience China through history, culture and tourism. Learn about China’s financial situation by exploring the economy, market and business sections.

People’s Daily Online
Another news site, but with a unique focus on the people’s voice. Online forums allow readers to comment on interesting and controversial news.

China Online: The Information Network for China
A site devoted to business and technology news and information throughout China.

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