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With vivid characteristics, Chinese royal buildings, especially the most popular tourist attractions in Beijing, are mysterious to today's people.
Beijing 2008 Olympic Image and Look serve as the carrier to showcase to the world the culture and tradition, as well as the city images and human spirit of China and Beijing.
China has many ancient cities and counties with diverse features. The three below are very worthwhile recommendations for your exploration.
Unlike the western painting, the traditional Chinese painting has its distinctive characteristics. Just as its name implies it is painted with the traditional Chinese painting tools.
Among China's 55 ethnic groups, the Miao are known for elaborate embroidery and exquisite work with silver, which bears strong cultural message.
The RMB banknotes attract people's eyes with the top sceneries around China on the reverses. Visit these places and find the exact locations of where the RMB pictures were taken.
When using the complicated symbols, Chinese people made the characters a perfect combination with aesthetics and invented the unparalleled fine art-Chinese calligraphy.
The people of Tibet are strong, and adaptable due to the harsh environment in which they live, but they are also extremely warm and hospitable.
The ancient Silk Road - Many visitors come on this desert adventure for scientific survey, historical & culture exploration, ethnic life experience, ecological tour, sports tour...
The Shanghai Old Town, located in the city center, is a perfect combination of gardens, temples, old architecture, civil culture, business, souvenirs, and food.
Chinese Buddhism, originally introduced from India, generally can be classified into three schools: Han Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism and Southern Buddhism.
Jiaozi is a type of Chinese dumpling made with minced meat and chopped vegetables wrapped in a piece of thin dough. It can be boiled, fried or steamed.
Only a few kilometers from the Tiananmen Square in Central Beijing, Time seems to have stood still. In the narrow gray alleyways of Hutongs people still live like they did centuries ago.
The tempo of life in Chengdu is the polar opposite of Shanghai. Even Chinese people traveling from other cities are amazed at Chengdu people's ability to relax.
As a unique style of food, Sichuan cuisine was already famous more than 800 years ago during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279).
The Old Town of Lijiang. listed in the list of the World's Relics by UNESCO, is a well preserved ancient city filled with ethnic minorities, culture, and art.
The newly opened National Center for the Performance Arts, formerly named the Chinese National Grand Theatre, is the largest performing art center in the world.
The Chinese Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the most important time of a year in Chinese culture. It is the time to shrug off the past, and plan for the new start for the coming year.
The concentric lover locks, locked by couples representing immortal love, have become a particular attraction of Mt. Huangshan.
Fujian Tulou, the splendid invention of dwelling houses, pearl-like disperses in the mountainous regions in the southwest of Fujian province.
The Peacock Dance is the most famous dance in Dai Minority area – Yunnan province, China. It has a high value of appreciating.
Changing-face performance is stunt used to figure a character in Chuan Opera Art. It is a romantic art way to open out the character’s emotional feelings.