China 中国 trips 2013 (4)

The film covers BeiJing, Xi`An, SuZhou, HangZhou and ShangHai ...

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The beautiful ZhangJiaJie 张家界 National Forest Park
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The Return of China
Not the rise of, just the return. A talk by Australian Malcolm Turnbull ... A comment re defense spending - per capita (person), China is not even in the top 15 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_military_expenditure_per_capita Defense spending is in fact very small considering the size of the country.
ChongQing 重庆 city in time-lapse
PanJiaYuan Curio Market, Beijing 潘家园旧货市场
A very large market of antiques, painting and craft materials, and curios of all kinds, including large sculpture items. A fascinating place to visit ...
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A drive through the city skyline of ShangHai 上海
In the late afternoon ...
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
YunNan 云南 province – a beautiful slideshow
Over an hour of beautiful photographs taken throughout YunNan province ... Plus wonderfully relaxing music :)
A trip to beautiful ZhangJiaJie 张家界
ZhangJiaJie National Forest Park lies about 270 kilometers (170 miles) to the north-west of ChangSha, the capital of HuNan Province. Part of WuLingYuan 武陵源 Scenic Area.
KunMing 昆明, provincial capital of YunNan
Starting with a beautiful timelapse ... Followed by a look around the city, including Green Lake.
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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