Mongolia of the Present Day

Sukhbaatar Square in the country’s capital, Ulaanbaatar   When it comes to the Belt and Road initiative, the country of Mongolia is rarely mentioned by Government officials, in the press or with our business peers.

Walking and Experiencing In Xinjiang

In 2012 I left mainland for Hong Kong to join a new company, which turned to a new chapter of my career. It was that year that I had the honor to be sent to Xinjiang, an exotic place located at the Northwest of my motherland. The topography in Xinjiang is featured by two plateaus…

Visiting Georgia

  Choosing traveling destinations that general Chinese public would not pick have grown in me in recent years. As I have already set my footprints in the mysterious Central Asian countries like Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, I decided to blaze my trail to a whole new area – the Democratic Republic of Georgia.

Silk Road and Me (Part 2)

Conflicts between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, and the famous Silk Road city of Sarmarkand View image | In the previous post I ended with how in Hong Kong I have continued my prolonged relationship with Silk Road and Central Asia. Back then I was based in Uzbekistan in Central Asia, I had also frequently visited…

Silk Road and Me (Part 1)

My predestined relationship with the Silk Road all began in the mid 90’s. Due to the nature of my job, I had to travel frequently to the mid-west of China, to provinces like Gansu, Qinhai and Ningxia. It wasn’t long till I went further west and explored the land of Xinjiang. And when I realized,…