USCPFA National Tours
|Travel in China is an adventure into another historical time, into another culture,into a society changing as you watch it.|
2015 USCPFA Tours
Educational Tour to China: October 19 – 29, 2015
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2014 USCPFA Friendship Forum
Guiyang, Guizhou Province, China
Guizhou Province is demographically one of China's most diverse provinces. Over half of the province area is designated as autonomous regions for ethnic minorities that account for more than 37% of the population. These minorities include Miao (including Gha-Mu and A-Hmao), Yao, Yi, Qiang, Dong, Zhuang, Bouyei, Bai, Tujia, Gelao and Sui. Overall Guizhou is a mountainous province that has a subtropical humid climate.
Heavenly Yellow Mountain
September 1-12, 2013
Shanghai - Huangshan - Hangzhou - Suzhou
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USCPFA has been taking people to China since 1972. USCPFA national tours allow you to deepen your understanding of China by seeing China for yourself and making contact with China's culture and people. Most USCPFA national tours are arranged in China by Youxie, the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, under a continuing USCPFA-Youxie exchange. We travel with friends!
Traveling in China is different from traveling in the US or Europe, and can be more difficult--partly because the language is so different, but also because China is a developing country. USCPFA's written orientation materials describe what you can expect as you travel in China, and make suggestions for clothes and packing, and for preparing yourself for the trip. Personal responses answer specific questions.
USCPFA tours are accompanied by an experienced tour guide from the US and are also accompanied, throughout China, by a Chinese National Guide who speaks English and (Mandarin) Chinese. In each city, the tour will have a local Chinese guide who speaks English and Chinese.
Read about our past USCPFA Delegation visit to Jiangxi Province for the 4th Friendship Forum, September 2010.
Several Regions and chapters may have their own tours going to China. The tour sponsor, not USCPFA national is responsible for those tours originated at the regional and/or local level. Check with the regions and Chapters for current offerings.