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Lao She Tea House 老舍茶馆, BeiJing
Founded in 1988, Lao She Tea House was named after Mr. Lao She, a famous artist in China, and 'Tea House', one of his famous novels. In a spacious area of more than 2,600 square meters, the tea-house provides the flavor of old Beijing. You can watch wonderful performances of folk arts, music, acrobatics, cabaret and drama on any given day while enjoying famous teas, palace snacks, as well as traditional Beijing cuisine.
The beautiful Summer Palace 頤和園 in BeiJing (2) – video
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Inline skating contest, BeiJing 北京 – video
'Battle Masters Beijing'. The second film is from a pairs contest in Germany, 2011.
The LeShan Giant Buddha 乐山大佛 Scenic Area
The Giant Buddha is located at the confluence of three rivers, near LeShan city in SiChuan province. The film also has scenes from nearby countryside and temples. A beautiful video ...
Impression LiJiang 印象丽江 – the open-air musical
Impression LiJiang is a one hour, open-air musical based on local folklore and song, directed by famed film director Zhang YiMou, with Wang ChaoGe and Fan Yue. Featuring a cast of over 500 performers, it is staged in front of the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in YunNan province. The most famous music item is the Naxi song 'Return Home'.
The ancient city of PingYao 平遥 in Ultra HD (4K)
PingYao (平遥) is a county in ShanXi province, central China. PingYao is located approximately 700 kilometres (400 miles) southwest of Beijing and 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the provincial capital TaiYuan. PingYao is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a traditional Han Chinese city, founded in the 14th century.
Scenes from the Summer Palace 頤和園 in Beijing
Summer residence of the emperors from the mid-Ming to Qing dynasties. Now a delightful public park / museum and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The amazing Terracotta Warriors and Xi’An 西安
In a chance discovery, an entire army of terracotta warriors was found. The first emperor of China had them created and buried with him, to protect him in the afterlife. Construction of this mausoleum began in 246 BC and is believed to have taken about 700,000 workers and craftsmen 38 years to complete.
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Rural China 中国 from above
Beautiful aerial shots of the rice terraces and karst peaks of GuangXi province, plus the communal Tulou residences in FuJian province ...
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