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[ | 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.

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[ | 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.

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[ | 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.

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[ | 23 Sep 2009 | 26 Comments]
Looking For Top 10 Most Beautiful Autumn In China

Autumn is the most colorful season. It’s also the best season for traveling. We will enjoy a 8-days National Day holiday this year, So why not enjoy colorful time at one of Top 10 most beautiful Autumn sceneries these days?

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[ | 11 Aug 2009 | 19 Comments]
XiaoGuanYuan:Vanishing ChengDu Memory

XiaoGuanYuan(小观园) was an old small garden hotel located in Kuan XiangZi (Kuan Alley 宽巷子),ChengDu,Sichuan. I had lived there for some days some years ago. It’s one of my typical memories of old Chengdu. But, You can never see it again, Yeah, it was dismantled too!

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[ | 14 Apr 2009 | 20 Comments]
GoodBye, My Green Campus

Some years ago, I got my first job as a college teacher in Chengdu,Sichuan. That’s a very small college but has long history. I love the green campus so much and can still remember every detail of there.
But my friends told me all the buildings of there would be dismantled in no days, and the college would move to another place. It’s so sad to know the news.

Food Guide »

[ | 16 Feb 2009 | 41 Comments]
Do You Love Mini Hot Pot?

Hot pot (火锅) was not invented by Chinese people, But it’s very popular in China, specially in SiChuan. You can find many big hot pot reastaurants in Chengdu, which offer hundends people enjoy red hot pot together, That’s really HOT scene.
But my favorite is a kind of mini hot pot, offered by some small and quiet restaurants. Or you can make it at home.

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[ | 12 Feb 2009 | 29 Comments]
Typical Country House Of MianZhu

I always love to see these typical country houses of Mianzhu, With Chinese new year painting on the wall.
Though some of these houses were hurt badly because of WenChuan earthquake, But most of them were repaired and repainted for the new spring festival.

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[ | 10 Feb 2009 | 37 Comments]
Do You Love Century Egg?

Century egg(皮蛋 in Chinese) is a kind of tradional Chinese food. It has a lot of interesting English names such as century egg, hundred-year egg,Or thousand-year egg, Because foreigner think it should take long time to compelte the process of transforming.
But we call it pine-patterned egg, Do you notice the pine patterns in the white of the egg?

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[ | 6 Feb 2009 | 19 Comments]
Strolling At MianZhu New Year Painting Market

2009 MianZhu New Year painting festival is opened during new spring festival. So you can find some New year painting markets at MianZhu. Influenced by WenChuan earthquake, The market seems not busy as I hope. But it better for strolling around.

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[ | 4 Feb 2009 | 27 Comments]
First Chinese New Spring Festival At Temporary Home After WenChuan Earthquake

I visited MianZhu the day before yesterday.
There were 11,117 people died & 80% houses collapsed at Mianzhu because of 512 WenChuan Earthquake. More than half a million people there lost their homes, Including my parents and neighbors.
Let’s see how they celebrate their first new spring festival after earthquake at their temporary home. SiChuan people are so tough and optimistic.

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[ | 1 Feb 2009 | 43 Comments]

Mount Emei(峨眉山 in Chinese) locates at Sichuan province of Western China. It’s one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China, And was nominated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
I almost forgot all the details about my Mount Emei tour many years ago. But when my father gave me this cup of green tea, I recognized it at once: It’s “ZhuYeQing” (竹叶青 in Chinese)!