I have been an English tour guide in China for 16 years. I have met travelers from all over the world. I love to teach the culture and authenticity of China to travelers . This way our guests always learn something about the country while they are visiting and I always learn something from them in return.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize in culture tours such as: The Great Wall in Beijing, Xi'an for the Terra-cotta Army. I could talk with travelers about Chinese history for hours. Most of them like to join in on the final tests about the history they have learned while on the tour. I even like to give them a proper Chinese name according to their personalities!"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I have worked as a tour guide all over China, therefore, I know the cities and attractions very well. I have been on the front lines of travelling! Being a guide combines my enjoyment of travel with my love for interacting with people. No one tour is ever the same. I enjoy every tour."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"In the year 2008,I did a tour with 12 travellers . One afternoon, we went to the City Wall of Xi'an for a bike ride. Everyone was taking pictures and talking and enjoying themselves so much it ended up taking us 4 hours to finish the 14kms to the top of the city wall! At the end of the tour, when we returned the bikes, the staff did not charge us for going over our time because the tour of the City Wall was enjoyed so much by all! "
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