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Monthly Archives: June 2022

Suzhou is home to a colorful collection of China’s most cherished temples, from active monasteries to ancient remains. Whether you’re on a religious pilgrimage. Or want to visit some of the greatest (and oldest) examples of Buddhist architecture and culture. Favorite landmarks Yunyan Pagoda, Suzhou’s oldest pagoda, lies at the pinnacle of Tiger Hill. This 1000-year-old, eight-sided stone temple, is also known as Huqiu Tower. Rises seven floors high and has become… Read More

The famous Forbidden City is a world of dragons. How many dragons on earth are there in the Forbidden City? Somebody counts the dragons in the Taihe Hall and finds 12,654 dragons. There are 19 dragons painted in gold on the throne, and 79 carved on the folding screen behind the throne.

Situated in Gubeikou Town of Miyun County in Beijing. Gubei Water Town surrounds the beautiful Mandarin Duck Lake Reservoir and leans against the Simatai Great Wall. The most dangerous and majestic section of the entire Great Wall. Regarded as ‘Wuzhen in Beijing’, Gubei Water Town boasts a combination of mountains, water, and ancient villages. The town is characterized by the northern architectural style. And the history and culture of the late Qing Dynasty… Read More

Movie Town Haikou (Chinese: 海口电影公社) is an artificial town. With movie studios, guest apartments, and administration buildings, approximately 8 km south of Haikou, Hainan, China. The town is located beside Mission Hills Haikou golf resort. Was created as a movie and television filming location and tourist attraction.

The Terracotta Warriors are the primary reason visitors travel two and a half hours north of Shanghai to Xi’an. This terracotta army of warriors, each with a distinct face after unique troops. Was discovered on March 29, 1974, by farmers digging a well about 1.5 kilometers from the emperor’s tomb. By 1979, approximately 9,000 troops had been unearthed. As well as 130 chariots, 520 horses, and another 150 cavalry horses, most of… Read More

An ancient rock in Japan rumoured to hold an evil spirit split in half all of a sudden. But what if the news that covered the incident had the wrong spin? What if this was not a bad omen but rather… a potential anti-hero? Theory As To Why The Japanese “Killing Stone” Housing An Evil Spirit Broke Specifically in 2022 — Chaotic Pear Publications

Xi’an’s Stele Forest (Bei Lin) Museum is located at 15 Sanxue (Three School) Street, near the City Wall’s south gate. Established in 1090 during the Northern Song Dynasty (960 – 1279), the Stele Forest Museum in Xi’an is well-known nationally for a refined and extensive collection of more than 1 000 inscribed stones engraved during 2,000 years from the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) to the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1911). It… Read More

The Great Tang Mall, also called Grand Tang Dynasty Ever Bright City. It is a 2100 m pedestrian street located south of the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda and west Tang Paradise. It aligns with buildings featuring Tang Dynasty (618 – 907) architecture and sculptures telling Tang stories. In addition, tourists can enjoy street performances, various food, and shopping here. Every January and February around Chinese New Year, extra activities are held here. So… Read More

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