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A journey through China 中国 – feature length
BeiJing, Xi'An and ShangHai. A feature-length film ...
The amazing ShenZhen 深圳 40th anniversary lights show
Pu’Er 普洱 National Park, plus local customs and tea culture
Pu'Er lies in south YunNan province, south China, not far from the borders with Myanmar and Laos, and is home to a number of ethnic groups. This area is rich in vegetation and wildlife. Pu'Er gives its name to a popular variety of fermented, aged, dark tea with a strong, earthy flavor. Pu'Er is about a four to five hours' drive from the provincial capital, KunMing.
Along the YangTze 长江 River
A beautiful film that takes you to all the places along the river ... YángZǐ Jiāng (modern PinYin), also known in China as Cháng Jiāng (literally, 'Long River'), is the longest river in Asia and the third-longest in the world. It flows for 6,300 kilometers (4,000 miles) from the glaciers on the QingHai-Tibet Plateau in QingHai province eastward across southwest, central and eastern China before emptying into the East China Sea at Shanghai. The Three Gorges Dam on the river is the largest hydro-electric power station in the world.
Hong Kong riots – how one HK cafe is a beacon of courage, and thereby hope, amidst the violence and hate
An inspiration to us all ...
Something different – cello music
Take time to relax ...
ChongQing 重庆 drive – day and night
YuanMingYuan 圆明园 Park, Beijing (beautiful slideshow)
YuanMingYuan is also known as the 'Old Summer Palace'. A film by kinabaloo.com and BeijingBuzzz.com
The Spirit Way, Ming Tombs 明十三陵, BeiJing
The Ming Tombs are a collection of mausoleums built by emperors of the Ming dynasty. They lie within the ChangPing District of BeiJing Municipality, 40 kilometers (25 miles) north-northwest of Beijing city center. The site was chosen based on the principles of Feng Shui by the third Ming emperor, YongLe. Construction began after completion of the Imperial Palace (Forbidden City) in 1420. Subsequent emperors placed their tombs in the same valley; 13 in total. The siting of the Ming dynasty imperial tombs was carefully chosen according to Feng Shui principles. A key guide is that bad spirits and cold winds from the north must be deflected; therefore, an arc-shaped valley area at the foot of the JunDu Mountains was selected. This 40 square kilometer area, enclosed by mountains in a pristine, quiet valley with dark earth and tranquil water became the necropolis of the Ming dynasty. A 7 kilometer (4 mile) path named the Spirit Way, or Sacred Way, leads into the complex, lined with statues of guardian animals and officials, with a front memorial gate consisting of three arches called the Great Red Gate; constructed in 1540, it is one of the biggest stone archways in China. Further in, lies the ShenGong ShengDe Stele Pavilion with a 50 tonne stone statue of BiXi carrying a memorial tablet. Four white marble HuaBiao (pillars of glory) are positioned at each corner of the pavilion; at the top of each is a mythical beast. Then come two pillars on each side of the path, whose surfaces are carved with a cloud design, and tops are shaped like a cylinder; these are of a traditional design and were originally beacons to guide the soul of the deceased, The path leads to 18 pairs of stone statues of mythical animals, which are all sculpted from single blocks; these are all larger than life size. After, the path leads to a three-arched gate known as the Dragon and Phoenix Gate. Two of the mausoleums are open to visitors, but it is the beauty of the valley, with orchards, and the sheer scale of the area used for the tombs, that make this a nice day out in the countryside.
China’s Fields of Gold
Vast rolling seas of golden canola flowers make the are around QuJing, LuoPing County, YunNan province, near the start of the Pearl River (China's third longest), a tourist hot-spot each autumn. A GCTN Travelogue ...
ShangHai 上海 – for $20 per day – is it possible ?
Find out, with host Kevin Cook ... Welcome to China. Live more !
Beijing 北京 Swing !
Awesome feel-good dance video ... Locations: The Great Wall, the Summer Palace, the "Bird's Nest" Beijing National Stadium, QianHai - HouHai, the Temple of Heaven, ZhongShan Park and The Place mall. Music:the fantastic Pink Martini - "Wo Yao Ni De Ai  我要你的爱"  (I Want You, To Be My Baby) http://swingbeijing.com/

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