Amazing, beautiful China 中国

Places include : BeiJing 北京 | Tibet 西藏 | The Three Gorges, YangTse River 长江三峡 | HongHu Lake, HuBei 洪湖(湖北) | ZiWei Flower Park, ShaoYang, HuNan 紫微花公园,邵阳 (湖南) | ZhangJiaJie 张家界(湖南).

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