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[ | 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!

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[ | 15 Nov 2009 | 19 Comments]
Saizeriya, An Example Of “World Is Flat”

I had the dinner at Saizeriya(萨莉亚) last weekend. It’s a restaurant which offers delicious Italian food with cheap price. I was satisfied with the Pizza and Chicken Piccata, And I found something interesting too.

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[ | 17 Sep 2009 | 10 Comments]
Small Fruit Market On Water

Guangzhou(广州) is a typical modern city. Fortunately, There are still many country scenes you can find at suburb.
Nansha(南沙), which locates at the south of Guangzhou, is one of such places to meet old things like small fruit market on water.

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[ | 15 May 2009 | 28 Comments]
Requiem For WenChuan Earthquake Anniversary

I was invited to attend the Charity Concert for Wenchuan Earthquake Anniversary the day before last. It’s a Symphony Orchestra Concert performed Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem. The concert successfully raised 730 thousands RenMinBi for Earthquake disaster area.

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[ | 6 Mar 2009 | 44 Comments]
Those Shaanxi Sandwich I Like

Shaanxi Sandwich(腊汁肉夹馍) is a kind of very popular Xi’an snack. I love this traditional food very much. When I want a simple lunch, I’d rather look for Shaanxi Sandwich than try the hamburger of Mcdonald’s or KFC.

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[ | 21 Jan 2009 | 36 Comments]
Miss GuangZhou’s New Spring Festival Flower Market

Chinese tradition is somewhat complex. Several food exhibitions will open to celebrate the new spring Festival in Chengdu. Yeah, People here love tea and noshs more than flowers.
ChengDu is a city very different from GuangZhou. I love Chengdu, But I miss Guangzhou’s Spring Festival Flower Market too! There are some pictures I took last year, You can see how people enjoy flower market at GuangZhou.

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[ | 26 Dec 2008 | 19 Comments]
Relax At GuangDong Country Restaurant

We work and live in skyscrapers, eat fast food, meet friends online. Are we too urban?
Maybe we need a real relaxation, even just two hours.
So, let’s go to countryside and enjoy the real country food.

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[ | 23 Dec 2008 | 19 Comments]
How Did You Celebrate Winter Solstice Festival?

December 21 was the Winter Solstice day . It’s also called Midwinter, But we call it DongZhi in Chinese.
I had never celebrated this festival before I came to GuangDong, Where people believed it’s the most important day of a year. As the tradition, The whole family enjoy this day with some Winter Solstice Food.

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[ | 24 Jul 2008 | 32 Comments]
Drinking GuangDong Morning Tea With Me, If You Come To Guangzhou

Actually, GuangDong morning tea is an important part of my weekend life.
It’s typical lifestyle of GuangDong, whatever old days or modern time. It not only brings delicious Dim Sum, But also relaxs your press.

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[ | 7 Feb 2008 | 4 Comments]
Magic Purple, Magic New Year

Today is the first day of 2008 in Chinese’s traditional year. We celebrate Spring Festival together with whole family.