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NanShan Temple (NanShanSi) 南山寺, SanYa, HaiNan Island
This temple in south China is actually new; it was opened in 1988 to commemorate two thousand years of Buddhism in China. NanShan Temple has a total area of 40,000 square meters and contains several Tang dynasty replicas. It is located 40 kilometers west of SanYa city. Nearby lies the GuanYin of the South Sea of SanYa 南山海上观音圣像, a 108-meter (354 foot) statue of GuanYin.
A selection of China’s natural wonders 中国 …
Follow this traveler's videos of places walked and adored. Discover some of China's incredibly diverse natural landscapes. Including JiuZhaiGou, the YuLong River, the ShiLin Stone Forest, DunHuang desert and oasis, Tiger Leaping Gorge and ZhangJiaJie. Chinese culture is founded on the harmony of people and nature and the reverence of natural beauty .
Hong Kong 香港 to ShenZhen 深圳 by rail
Filmed in spring 2012.
China 中国 trip videos, 2013
Perfect Five-Nut MoonCakes
Most associated with the Mid-Autumn Festival.
XinTianDi 新天地, ShangHai
XinTianDi ('New Heaven and Earth') is a delightful, up-market area partly based on renovated traditional mid-19th century ShiKuMen ('Stone Gate') houses and alleyways. Here you find boutiques, book stores, cafes and restaurants, hotels and shopping malls. Most of the cafes and restaurants feature both indoor and outdoor dining and are popular by day and by night.
China in the age of Xi – documentary
A look at how current president Xi JingPing has guided China over the last five years, the ideas behind the changes, and the future direction.
One year in China …
A stay in tropical SanYa 三亚, HaiNan 海南 island
Filmed in 2007
A walk around ShangHai 上海
YuYuan Garden ... XinTianDi ... NanJing Road ... The Bund (WaiTan) ...
Movie time – Let’s Get Married ! 咱们结婚吧 !
An awesome romantic comedy movie for Valentine's Day. Four couples with love, life and romance. Filmed in China (BeiJing and ShenZhen) and Italy (Rome, Matera). Directed by Liu Jiang ...
Hong Kong riots – foreign hands
What started supposedly as a protest over a mundane and non-controversial bill (now long abandoned) that would only truly concern serious criminals, HK is now gripped by violence. But would real protesters seek to destroy their own city and its international reputation, even targeting tourists, and raise foreign flags ? It is very clear that there is much more to it, and the non-violent 'protestors' are being used.

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