NanChan Temple 无锡市 and HuiShan 惠山 ancient town, WuXi, JiangSu province

[640],shadow=true,start=,stop=
[320],shadow=true,start=,stop=
JiangSu map

Related Videos

Featured Videos

GuiLin 桂林 – beautiful rivers and terraced rice fields
GuiLin, the Li and YuLong rivers, Elephant Trunk Hill, Ping'An village, and the rice terraces of LongSheng and LongJi, GuangXi province ...
A walk through Nan Lian Garden 南莲园 in Hong Kong
Nán Lián Yuán is a fine and beautiful example of Chinese garden arts ...
Cycling and bamboo rafting along the beautiful Li River 漓江
Near YangShuo, GuangXi province.
The APEC 2014 Beijing Fireworks Gala 北京亚太会议烟火晚会
Great cultural performances plus a dazzling fireworks show at the Olympic Park ... The Artistic World Gymnastics 2014, NanNing, GuangXi : Opening and team finals Peng Cheng and Zhang Hao, Exhibition Gala 2014, Cup of China
This is WeiFang 潍坊, ShanDong province
Scenes from ShangHai 上海 2012 – video
Including NanXiang GuYi garden, PuDong, day view from the Bund, night view from the Bund, a beach on the coast not far from Shanghai ...
JianKou 万里 Great Wall 长城, BeiJing from the air
BingLing Temple 炳灵寺 Grottoes, YongJing, GanSu province
A beautiful series of grottoes filled with Buddhist sculpture carved into natural caves and caverns in a canyon along the Yellow River. It lies just north of where the Yellow River empties into the LiuJiaXia Reservoir.
A weekend in HangZhou 杭州
Join Tim and Glo as they visit West Lake, the LongJing tea terraces, chill out with a hot-pot (that's chilli not tomato, btw) and more in HangZhou, ZheJiang province, east China, just 120 miles / 180 km from ShangHai ... What better way to end a misty, rainy day at the lake than a Hot Pot ... Bonus film - back in ShangHai, popping out for fried rice and chicken street food take away, passing the Bund and YuYuan Gardens by bicycle .
The beautiful Bund waterfront, ShangHai 上海
On the HuangPu River, facing PuDong, at the heart of ShangHai ...
Fermented soybeans (GuiZhou style) 貴州傳統風味
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.

A selection of popular videos

Keyword / tag search :