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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.

China, Travel List »

[ | 1 Oct 2009 | 6 Comments]
Three Most Beautiful Villages Of North-West China

If you have chance to visit XinJiang,China, Don’t miss three Tuwa Villages at Kanas Lake in Buerjin County, Aletai Region. There are doubtless the most beautiful villages of North-West China. Kanas Lake and Tuwa people integrating with each other form the unique charm that you can’t miss.

Germany »

[ | 28 Sep 2009 | 16 Comments]
Bach Tour In Leipzig

Johann Sebastian Bach acted as cantor of St Thomas Church in Leipzig from 1723 to 1750. Many of Bach’s major works were created during these 27 productive years. So why not try a Bach tour to know Leipzig in a new way?

GuangDong, Travel Culture »

[ | 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.

Germany »

[ | 5 May 2009 | 22 Comments]
Overlooking Nuremberg From Imperial Castle

As the city loved by Adolf Hitler, Nuremberg suffered enormous calamity during World War II. So I was astonished that it still protected the old town so well.
The Imperial Castle was the last place I visited in Nuremberg. It gave me so wonderful view of old Nuremberg. Miss those red colors…

France »

[ | 22 Apr 2009 | 34 Comments]
The Ancient Theatre Of Orange, Roman Heritage in Provence

Built between AD10 and AD25, The ancient amphi-theatre of Orange is one of the best preserved of all the great Roman theatres. It is inscripted as the Unesco world heritage site in 1981.
It was heavy repairing when I visited.

GuangDong, Travel Culture »

[ | 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.

Japan »

[ | 29 Dec 2008 | 17 Comments]
Sensō-ji, Tokyo’s Oldest Temple

The day I visited Sensō-ji is not a fine day. But it still crowd with worshipers.
I heared that the famous enterpriser Konosuke Matsushita,the founder of Panasonic, also venerated the Kannon statue here. There is a big paper lantern donated by Konosuke Matsushita at the temple’s Thunder Gate.

Germany »

[ | 12 Dec 2008 | 21 Comments]
Back To Childhood At Playmobil FunPark

The Playmobil FunPark I visited was not faraway from Nuremberg.
I was astonished by the happy atmosphere there. And finally understand why it’s the best kid-powered destination of weekend and holiday in this world.

Tibet »

[ | 9 Dec 2008 | 12 Comments]
Barkhor Street, The Most Comprehensive Place Of Tibet

It’s only 20 minutes’ walk from my hotel to Barkhor Street. I went there almost everyday when I was lived in Lhasa.
I think it’s the most comprehensive place of Tibet. You can meet Living-Buddhas or beggars, religious pilgrims or thieves there, You also find the most rare precious stone or cheapest counterfeits there too.

Japan »

[ | 29 Nov 2008 | 15 Comments]
Osaka Castle, The Most Typical Japanese Castle

Osaka Castle is much smaller than Beijing old city or Xi’an old city, But it’s one of the most famous castles in Japan, It had played a major role in the unification of Japan during the sixteenth century.

Cool Collections, Japan »

[ | 20 Nov 2008 | 24 Comments]
8 Souvenirs You Must Buy At Kyoto

From 794, Kyoto was the capital of Japan for over 1000 years.
Today, Kyoto is still the center of Japanese culture, with its abundant traditional cultural industries.