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The beautiful YuanMingYuan 圆明园 Park, Beijing
From the ashes of Western imperialism, the first Summer Palace, close by the 'new' Summer Palace (YiHeYuan), is still an enchanting place of natural beauty and Chinese garden arts ...
ZhouZhuang 周庄 water town
JiangSu province. Near SuZhou; not far from Shanghai. Along the HangZhou to Beijing ancient Grand Canal (still the world's longest, by far).
ZhouZhuang 周庄 scenes
ZhouZhuang water town lies near to both SuZhou and ShangHai, in JiangSu province ...
GeekArt visits the 798 Arts Zone, DaShanZi, BeiJing
A contemporary arts zone in north east BeiJing with many galleries, bookshops, cafes and more. Changes all the time; though some 1950s factory look lingers. If you like to wander and come across the unexpected, it is well worth a visit. A fascinating place and an example of the 'new China'. With Jason Zhang ... Nothing really ends .
ShangHai 上海 scenes …
A guide to one of China's most vibrant cities ...
This is GuangXi 广西 …
A beautiful pictorial film of the southern province ...
Seasonal lights and New Year countdown in BeiJing 北京
The first film features WangFuJing, XiDan and the Solana Center in ChaoYang Park. The second film shows the New Year countdown celebrations at The Place, which features the world's largest overhead LED display.
The ruins of the Western-style palaces at YuanMingYuan 圆明园, BeiJing
YuanMingYuan, also known as the 'Old Summer Palace', was constructed during the 18th and early 19th century and was a wonderland of lakes and waterways, bridges, hills and pavilions. One third of the ground of YuanMingYuan was taken up by over 200 small hills with steep sides, secluded valleys, rock walls and stone caves.
Hong Kong 香港 in time-lapse (7)
GuangZhou 广州 light show with hundreds of drones
A special show for the People's Republic of China 70th anniversary. Hundreds of drones with lights fly in amazing coordinated flight patterns to create an awesome spectacle ... Awesome progress for a country in just one lifetime.
Coming together – the Chinese New Year 中国新年 2017
Also known as the Spring Festival, the Chinese New Year starts on Saturday 28th January this year and on the mainland lasts one week. This year, based on a lunar calendar, will be the Year of the Rooster. Preparations will already be under way and include a spring clean and adding festive decorations. New Year's Eve and New Year's Day are a time for family reunions, and for many this means travelling home from the city to the countryside.

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