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the Capital Museum
The Capital Museum, located in the Confucius Temple, was prepared in 1953 and formally opened in 1981. As a major cultural construction project in Beijing in the “10th Five-Year Plan”, the new complex of the Capital Museum, approved by the Beijing Municipal Government in 1999, further approved by the State Council after being submitted by the National Development and Reform Commission in 2001, commenced its construction in December 2001.
2017-12-28
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Intangible Cultural Heritage of Jino Ethnic
The Jinos like singing and are good at improvising poems and setting them to music. At holiday gatherings, the young dance to songs sung by elders. Jino festivals often feature singing and dancing...
2017-12-27
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Ascott Raffles City Shenzhen to be Third Ascott property in One of the World´s Top Innovation Hubs
CapitaLand´s wholly owned serviced residence business unit, The Ascott Limited (Ascott), is expanding its presence in China with the opening of its third property in Shenzhen. Located in Nanshan District, the ...
2017-12-15
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First Bangkok Michelin Guide Recognises Thailand's Best Restaurants
Bangkok is no stranger to the Michelin Guide halo -- in fact, visiting chefs touting their overseas star credentials are a regular sight in culinary establishments across the city. Now it finally has a Michelin Guide of its own ...
2017-12-08
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Jino Ethnic Minority
Numbering 20,899 in all, the Jinos live in the Jinoluoke Township of Jinghong County in the Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province...
2017-12-07
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China's Historic Splendour
From the riverside splendour of Yangshou to the historic streets of the capital Beijing. China has been inspiring travellers since the days of Marco Polo.
2017-11-30
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Hainan: China's Paradise of Exiles
For centuries, Hainan has been a magnet for political exiles. Today, the island is drawing exiles of another kind: refugees from the pollution and urban hustle found on the mainland.
2017-11-30
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China’s Ancient Capital Rises Again
Once a booming metropolis as important as Rome, Xi’an has at last been propelled back onto the international map. As the capital of China’s Shaanxi Province, Xi’an’s long history was aptly summed up by our English-speaking guide: “If Xi’an is the grandmother of cities, Beijing is a youth and Shanghai is just a baby in the womb.”
2017-11-30
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A Photo Trip Along the Ancient Silk Road
​Recently, while reading an XKCD comic about temperature preferences, the name “Turpan” caught my eye, which led me down an internet rabbit-hole that eventually led me to create this trip along the ancient Silk Road for you, using photographs, traveling from east to west. Starting in Xi’an, China, the route winds its way through parts of Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon. I invite you to come along through the Gobi Desert, past the Flaming Mountains, the Singing Sands, the City of Screams, and other ancient and modern artifacts—and many spectacular vistas—along the main branches of this ancient trade route.
2017-11-29
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Gili Lankanfushi's Private Reserve World's Largest Overwater Villa
The Private Reserve experience starts with a Mr. or Ms. Friday -- Gili's version of "butler" -- chauffeuring privileged guests on a private boat from the main resort to the secluded estate, a journey made ...
2017-11-29
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The Giant, Glittering Structures of Hainan's Architectural 'Arms Race'
It's the island paradise in southern China referred to by people across the country as "the Hawaii of China." But it isn't Hainan's natural beauty that's catching the eye of visitors to the island's major ...
2017-11-28
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Qinghai Glittering with Great Beauty
​It is the most boisterous and softest season with the snow melting and the meadow being deep green. As far as the eyes can see, there is green and summer. All animals and plants are stretching their bodies and thriving to grow. In June, the source of three rivers (Yangtze River, Yellow River and Lancang River) is the world of water and the boundless wetland is the heaven for aquatic birds. At this time of every year, nearly a hundred of bird species will migrate from Southern China to the over 4000-meter-high plateau in Qinghai where those birds can enjoy their love time, hatch eggs and raise their babies. Of course, in the big migrate group, the herdsmen seeking water and earning lives are also included.
2017-11-27
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Bar-headed Goose
​Qinghai is a comfortable and warm home for many kinds of birds. According to the statistics, the number of bar-headed goose has amounted to 2833, increased by 169.30% than 2012.
2017-11-24
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All-white & Futuristic: Tianjin's Stunning New Library Looking Out of This World
Featuring an all-white futuristic design and a luminous spherical auditorium, the new 33,700-square-meter structure has been attracting bumper crowds since it opened in October 2017. Tianjin Binhai Library is one ...
2017-11-24
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Heaven Place for Endangerd Animals
Qinghai is a perfect habitat and heaven place for many endangerd animals.
2017-11-23
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Hilton to Have 1000 Hotels by 2025
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc aims to have 1,000 hotels in China by 2025, driven mostly by expansions in its mid-market brands including Hampton by Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn.By the end of September ...
2017-11-23
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Qutan Temple
​Seated at the corner of Qinghai, Qutan Temple enjoys a high reputation in history. Especially in Ming Dynasty, 13 Emperors loved to visit them. The temple takes great faith in Tibetan Buddhism and embraces lots of Han-style architecture, splendid wall-paintings made in Ming and Qing Dynasty and delicate antiques. With great changes over the past 600 years, the sensational images of Qutan Temple has already been forgot, but its special and ancient architecture, wall paintings and stone sculptures are taken as a valuable and significant cultural heritage of our nation.
2017-11-22
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Qarhan Salt Lake
​Located in southern Qaidam Basin in the northeastern part of Qinghai Province, Qarhan Salt Lake is the largest natural salt lake in China, as well as one of the most well-known inland salt lakes in the world, covering about 5,800 square kilometers (580,000 hectares).
2017-11-20
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Kumbum Monastery
Situated 25km southwest of Xining city, Kumbum Monastery(Ta’er Monastery, 塔尔寺) is another gem of Qinghai, just like Qinghai Lake and the Great Mosque. In Tibetan, it means “a Buddhism monastery with ten thousand roaring lions”. Today, it stands out as the biggest Tibetan Buddhism monastery in Qinghai and one of the top six Yellow Hat sect monasteries in Tibet.
2017-11-15
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Northern Buddhist Temple
Northern Buddhist Temple covers an area of 28,000 square meters (about 6.9 acres) and it leans against Northern Mountain (also called Tulou Mountain) in a northern suburb of Xining City, hence the name Northern Mountain Temple. Featuring Buddhist architecture and Taoist architecture styles it is renowned by its name "A Bright Pearl on the Southern Path of the Silk Road."
2017-11-14
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