XiNing 西宁, QingHai province

QingHai province lies in west / central China.


[640],shadow=true,start=25,stop=
QingHai map
   

Related Videos

Featured Videos

Chinese language characters
The low-down on the Chinese writing system. Great videos ... See - it's very easy really ;)
A trip to LiTang 礼堂 in SiChuan province – video
LiTang is a predominantly Tibetan-culture town in SiChuan province. It lies at an altitude of 4,000 meters, one of the highest towns in the world.
The beautiful YuanYang 元阳 rice terraces in YunNan province
Plus a little of the canola fields of the HongHe HaNi Autonomous Prefecture in southern YunNan ...
A day at Tiger Leaping Gorge 虎跳峡
Tiger Leaping Gorge (虎跳峡 / HǔTiào Xiá) is a beautiful canyon on the JinSha River, a primary tributary of the upper YangTse River. It lies about 60 kilometers (38 miles) north of LiJiang in YunNan province, south west China and is part of the 'Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan' UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tiger Leaping Gorge is around 15 kilometers (9 miles) in length and passes between Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and Haba Snow Mountain in a series of rapids below towering 2,000 meter (6,600 feet) cliffs.
BeiJing 北京 from the air – a new perspective
A great film by David Lee ...
The classical gardens of SuZhou 苏州
JiangSu province. An introduction to the art of Chinese gardens.
Beautiful aerial tour of GuiZhou 大美贵州 …
Beautiful Beijing 北京 – the main attractions
The Forbidden City (Palace Museum), the Temple of Heaven, the Summer Palace, the Great Wall (at Badaling), Beihai Park, the Botanical Garden, JingShan Park, the Olympic Park, Qianmen Welcome to the blue-sky city ...
LeShan Giant Buddha 乐山大佛 scenic area, SiChuan province
The Giant Buddha, which is around 70 meters in height, was carved out from the hill during the Tang dynasty (618–907). It took 90 years to complete. The LeShan Giant Buddha is part of the Mount Emei Scenic Area, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This area has exceptionally diverse vegetation, ranging from subtropical to sub-alpine pine forests.
Around SuQian 宿迁, JiangSu province
SuQian is a city with a cultural history of 2,500 years. The earliest use of the name was in 762 A.D. during the Tang Dynasty. The city is located on the North JiangSu Plain, with a highest elevation of 71 m over sea level and the lowest 2.8 m only. The elevation is gradually reduces along northwest to southeast. SuQian is abundant in water resources and the water surface area is close one third of its total land mass.
The YongHeGong 雍和宫 Lama Temple and the Confucius Temple 孔子寺庙, BeiJing
Filmed in the late summer of 2010.
‘Better Lives’ – documentary films on poverty reduction
China has lifted 800 million people out of poverty. These videos show recent examples of how this was achieved ...

A selection of popular videos

Keyword / tag search :