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[ | 26 Mar 2011 | 13 Comments]
Visited A Primary School In GuangDong

Guangdong always contributes much for GDP of China. But some places there are still poor. I visited a primary school in a town named Xuwen(徐闻) , It’s a part of our Public Welfare Project. I love children and teachers there, though I can’t understand their local language.

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[ | 12 Nov 2010 | 7 Comments]
Golden Autumn, Peking University

It’s Autumn, the best season of Beijing. Why not take a walk through the campus of Peking University after lunch time?

BeiJing, Food Guide »

[ | 26 Jun 2010 | 8 Comments]
Beijing Food Guide:The Kro’s Nest

The Kro’s Nest is the name of a Western-style food restaurant. But it’s also a very special place you should visit, Of course, with many of your friends.:P

BeiJing, Travel Culture »

[ | 29 May 2010 | 10 Comments]
Travel Beijing With Me:Beijing Doodle Wall

Beijing doodle wall locates at the south road of Renmin University of China, It’s the biggest doodle wall in China. Before I had to move to a cheaper place because of the horrible rent, It was the place I often took a walk.

SiChuan, Travel Culture, Travel Guide »

[ | 25 Apr 2010 | 23 Comments]
Sichuan Opera Face-Changing Show Guide

Face-Changing(BianLian 变脸 in Chineses) is a kind of magic tradinational Chinese dramatic art that is know as the pride of Sichuan opera. It’s still a big secret how can they do that, But fortunately, We can enjoy Face-changing show easily in Chengdu.

Food Guide, SiChuan »

[ | 9 Apr 2010 | 11 Comments]
An Old Teahouse Named ShunXing

ShunXing old teahouse(顺兴老茶馆) was one of my favorite places when I still lived in ChengDu many years ago. It’s a idea place for tourists because you can not only enjoy authentic covered bowl tea(盖碗茶), many kinds of Sichuan snacks, But also can enjoy the famous SiChuan opera Face-Changing(川剧变脸) performance.

SiChuan, Travel Culture »

[ | 5 Apr 2010 | 12 Comments]
Traditional Chinese Painting Series About Sichuan Folk Customs

Yeah, I finally back to the internet world. Miss you so much my dear friends!
Many things happened in these four months, But I really want share you some traditional chinese paintings about Sichuan folk customs(四川民俗) first, which I found at an old tea-house of Chengdu.

GuangDong »

[ | 30 Nov 2009 | 19 Comments]
XiaoZhou Village(3) The Taoist Temple Blesses The Village

There are two Taoist Temples in Xiaozhou Village(小洲村). One named TianHou Temple(天后宫) and the other named YuXu temple(玉虚宫). Since Tanka people(蜑家) depended on the fishery, The Northern Emperor and the Queen of Heaven which regard as the Protectors of Seafarers, are worshipped reverently. Joss sticks and candles are burning all the time. Let’s visit YuXu temple first.

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[ | 27 Nov 2009 | 2 Comments]
XiaoZhou Village(2) The Ideal Place For Artists

XiaoZhou Village has been regarded as an ideal place for reclusion. Many artists came here and stayed behind. But today, It’s a famous artist village now. More and more young people come here looking for their future.

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[ | 23 Nov 2009 | 31 Comments]
Xiaozhou Village(1)The Last Water Village Of Guangzhou

Last weekend, I went to XiaoZhou Village(小洲村), The last water village of Guangzhou. It’s the second time I visited there. Last time was 8 years ago. XiaoZhou Village changed a lot these years. The former national ecological village is disappearing!

BeiJing »

[ | 11 Nov 2009 | 16 Comments]
It’s Snowing, Again!

When I waked up yesterday morning, The whole Beijing city was white again! It’s the second big snow this year. I tried to take some photos on my way to office, then, I was late for work…

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[ | 2 Nov 2009 | 16 Comments]
It’s Snowing!

The winter comes so quickly! When I got up yesterday morning, I saw a white world!
The snowing lasted the whole forenoon, together with strong breeze. My photos showed how the things changed outside my window. You could also see the snow track changed with the direction of wind.