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China Icons – a selection of films
Looking for Chinese culture, life-stories, and cultural news from around China ? Check out our new China Icons page, automatically updated with the latest films from the highly regarded China Icons team. We dipped into the archives to present a selection of films from 2016, starting with 'Hopes and Dreams - China's migrant factory workers' .
A trip to Xi’An 西安
Beijing trip – places, food, fashion and more …
With Dear Nessie ... Bonus film look-book ...
The Great Wall at JuYongGuan 居庸关, Beijing
JūYōng Guān (JuYong Pass) is the nearest section of the Great Wall of China to Beijing - about 50 kilometers (31 miles) from the city center.
GuangZhou in time-lapse 延时摄影
South east China, near ShenZhen and Hong Kong ...
Beautiful SiMaTai Great Wall and the nearby GuBei water-town
SiMaTai Great Wall lies about 159 kilometers NNE from BeiJing city and connects with JinShanLing Great Wall.
ChengDu Pandas !
SiChuan province. Filmed at the ChengDu Panda Base and the BiFengXia Panda Base.
Forbidden City 紫禁城 photo shoot
Beautiful pre-wedding pictures at the Palace Museum in BeiJing ...
The beautiful HuangGuoShu Waterfall 黄果树瀑布 scenic area – video
In GuiZhou province.
A trip to JiaYuGuan 嘉峪关, western end of the Great Wall – video
JiaYuGuan is the first pass at the western end of the Great Wall of China. It lies 6 kilometers southwest of the city of JiaYuGuan in GanSu province. The fortress lies between two hills and near to an oasis that was then on the western edge of China. According to legend, when JiaYuGuan was being planned, the official in charge asked the designer to estimate the number of bricks required; the designer surprised the official by giving him an exact number.
China 中国 trips, 2016
East Lake 东湖, ShaoXing 绍兴, ZheJiang province
ShàoXīng is a water-town not far from HangZhou. The East Lake is situated six kilometers (four miles) to the east of the historic ShaoXing city. The exquisite crescent-shaped lake is hemmed in by a hill formed of bluestone, a material widely used in building houses, bridges and roads. Stoneworkers have quarried from this hill since the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) and over time the hill became hollowed out, leaving only steep cliffs, a deep pool and a number of grottoes.

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