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[ | 7 Nov 2008 | 28 Comments]
Climbing Everest, Up To Highest Altitude Of My Record

We reached the Everest Base Camp by cross country vehicle. But I didn’t want my trip over like this. Maybe I could climb up more higher?
Together with two members of our team, I started out!

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[ | 5 Nov 2008 | 32 Comments]
Everest Base Camp Was So Crowded

It’s the seventh day since we arrived Tibet.
After a night’s rest near Rongbuk Monastery, I was already seasoned with the altitude (5200 meters above the sea leavel). And I found it’s so easy to reach the Everest Base Camp by cross country vehicle.
But was it a good news?

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[ | 3 Nov 2008 | 23 Comments]
Working At 5000+ Meters Above Sea Level, Tibet

We left Kanola Glacier and kept on climbing the moutain. Not faraway from the 5036 metres Kanola mountain pass, We met a group of workers who were busy building the road on Qingzang Altiplano.
We felt so hard to breathe at such altitude, But they worked so hard.
It’s a kind of most awesome working scene I ever saw.

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[ | 2 Nov 2008 | 19 Comments]
The First Buddha You Should Visit When You Arrive Lhasa, Tibet

Nyetang Buddha(Niedang Buddha) was the first buddha I visited in Tibet.
It’s said Nyetang Buddha can not only bless you, but also can help you resist Altitude sickness.

Travel Culture »

[ | 31 Oct 2008 | 12 Comments]
What’s Your Halloween program?

Halloween is an international holiday now. But it still not so popular here. So my Halloween program is always two choices, attending a masked ball, Or enjoying Halloween movies.

My Doggie »

[ | 29 Oct 2008 | 28 Comments]
Dachshund Leo and Rescue Dog Barry

Since I posted “Dachshund Leo vs Doll“, Many friends thought Leo should has his own doll. Okay, I have to agree with you, though I think Leo already has enough toys specially made for doggies.
But my choice is not a doll, But a hero Saint Bernard rescue dog named Barry.

YunNan »

[ | 28 Oct 2008 | 17 Comments]
The Secrets Of JinMa BiJi Archways

JinMa(Golden Horse) BiJi(Jade Cock) Archways are two most famous archways in KunMing, YunNan. But no one knew where their name came from, and we might never know the secret of the miracle which had happened every 60 years.

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[ | 27 Oct 2008 | 30 Comments]
Spring City’s Flowers and Birds Market Guide

Kunming is also called Spring City because of its year-round mild climate. It’s the heaven of the flowers and birds. So the Flowers And Birds Market is one of the most attractive shopping markets of the Spring City.

Food Guide, YunNan »

[ | 25 Oct 2008 | 16 Comments]
A Bar About The Legend Of The Flying Tigers & Hump Air Route

The legend of the Flying Tigers & Hump Air Route is well know in China, Especially in KunMing, YunNan, Where the story has happened.
If you visit KunMing, Don’t miss this Bar named after the most dangerous air route during the World War II.

My Doggie »

[ | 23 Oct 2008 | 36 Comments]
Dachshund Leo’s One Minute

These photos were taken at 1:01-1:02 am last morning.
After I refused to play with him, Leo feel a little sad, But he fell asleep in no time.
What a good boy!

Cool Collections »

[ | 22 Oct 2008 | 19 Comments]
A Wooden Stool of My Great-grandfather

My uncle always preserves the traditional things of our family very well. I am so glad to see this wooden stool of my great-grandfather in my uncle’s home.
It’s made during Qing Dynasty.

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[ | 21 Oct 2008 | 14 Comments]
Some Old Traditions That Already Disappeared

It’s an aged bowl of Ge Kiln porcelain.
To my surprise, I saw my grandfather’s name was engraved on the bowl. ” That’s an old tradition of Southern Yangtze River that already disappeared.” My uncle said.