As an agricultural country with a long history, China has a great agricultural culture for centuries. Many cultural phenomena can find their foundations and roots in the countryside or rural communities. Therefore, to better understand China, we strongly suggest you to go to the country areas and learn a bit of farming.
It's not uncommon nowadays that if you are told some urbanites can’t distinguish rice from wheat. Our Farming Participation Tours encourage people who’ve been growing in the city, to take part in some farming activities when traveling in China, trying to make them get close to the farmland, the fresh water, the crops and the countryside societies.
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