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A visual guide to HeFei 合肥 …
Provincial capital of AnHui. Bonus film - HeFei University of Technology ...
Exploring YunNan 云南 province …
Beautiful and varied YunNan province, south central China, borders GuangXi, GuiZhou, SiChuan and Tibet, and the countries Vietnam, Laos and Myanma. With State of Zan (and great music) ...
SuZhou Encounter 邂逅姑苏
A beautiful film from JiangSu province, east China ... Includes scenes from TaiHu Lake Scenic Area, just to the west of SuZhou.   SuZhou - A city for the poetic life 苏州:诗意生活 A wonderful animation in traditional Chinese painting style ... The classical gardens, temples and canals of SuZhou
The DaMing Palace of the Tang dynasty 唐朝大明宫 – documentary
The DaMing Palace, 'Palace of Great Brilliance', was the imperial palace complex of the Tang dynasty (618 - 907 AD), located in its capital Chang'An. This palace served as the residence of the Tang emperors for more than 220 years. Today, it is designated as a National Heritage Site. The area of the remains is located northeast of Xi'An, ShaanXi province.
‘Take me out tonight’ (in Hong Kong 香港)
A beautiful and creative short film by Francis So ... Bonus film - 'Love you everyday', SuZhou 苏州 (JiangSu province); featuring the song 'Every moment of my life' by Sarah Connor ...
Li River 漓江 cruise, GuangXi province – video
Guilin to YangShuo ...
The beautiful ZhuJiaJiao 朱家角 Water Town, ShangHai
XianYuFeng 仙宇峰 ‘Sky’ Temple, GuiZhou
PingDingShan 平顶山, HeNan province
Including Mount ShiRen.
The BeiJing Television (BTV) Spring Festival Gala, 2013
The Chinese New Year show in Beijing ...
Discover beautiful TianJin 天津 …
TianJin lies 30 minutes east of BeiJing by high speed rail, on the coast in north east China.
Aerial view of the beautiful LaoJunShan Mountain 老君山
Near LuoYang, provincial capital of HeNan, central China. There is a LaoZi Cultural Park near the foot of the mountain and a cable car is available to reach the top. The ancient sage LaoZi (in modern PinYin though one will still also see Lao-Tse or Lao-Tzu) who started Daoism (Taoism) and authored the Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching), is said to have gained inspiration here around 550 BC.

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