Last month saw the that’s team hitting the road again in search of cultural treasure, breathtaking landscapes, lesserknown points of interest and good, local food. When I was told that we were heading to Yiwu, I was initially somewhat underwhelmed, as the only thing I knew about the place was that it is home to the world’s largest small commodities market, and that, whilst interesting in its own right, I didn’t really feel up for traipsing around its never-ending corridors and alleyways. I needn't have worried of course, as rather than visiting Yiwu’s commercial mecca we instead centred our gaze of the nearby town of Fotang, a place swimming with unique history, charm and culture for us all to enjoy and discover. We did hang out in Yiwu during the evening though, sampling the city’s authentic middle-eastern cuisine in the process. Boasting an interesting, winding old street, a leafy riverbank community, an architecture park, a glorious temple and good, honest-to-goodness grub, the Fotang area has much to offer discerning travellers, and rewards curious, patient souls tenfold with a wicker hamper of Oriental delights. Elsewhere this month I sat down with NYC based Greek photographer Stefanos Metaxas who was in town to exhibit a few of his works in the city’s Sanlang Art Dimension gallery. Additionally, the 25-year-old provides us with this month’s Alternate Visions column, in which he chronicles his memorable, 9-day Chinese adventure. Thanks for reading folks, and please don’t hesitate to contact me with any submissions, ideas, queries or funny we chat stickers. You can reach me on firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on wechat (ID: thats_China).