What Do Chinese Say About the Dog Zodiac?
According to the Chinese calendar, each year is related to a Chinese zodiac animal in a 12-year cycle. The year 2018 is an Earth...
TREAT YOURSELF TO A RELAXING GETAWAY IN THE MOGAN MOUNTAINS
Are you sleep deprived and energy drained from daily routines? Why not plan a relaxing holiday in the Mogan Mountains? Mogan Mountain, 60 km from Hangzhou, is 200 miles northeast of Shanghai. Surrounded by lofty bamboo trees, the central area houses stylish B&B’s which are ideal for a spring getaway. Turn off your phone and distance yourself from work and responsibilities for a little while. If you prefer a holiday rest, feel free to sit back, relax, sleep in, listen to music, read a book or clear your mind in the beautiful scenery. In September, the Mogan Mountain will become a palette of colours where a collection of red, orange and yellow leaves come together to form a vibrant, lively autumn. From: World.nzlife.nz
ANJI, SHANGRI-LA RECLUSE IN MOUNTAINS
If you are seeking for somewhere to clear your thoughts, the bamboo forest in Anji will be the perfect destination. Covering a total area of 60,000 hectares, a curtain of greenness stretches on infinitely. When you breathe in the fresh, cool breeze, you experience a soothing, purifying effect. As you venture deeper into the woods, you will hear the water currents in streams which eventually escalate and combine to form a powerful surge of waterfall. Continue the journey, and you will find yourself somewhere in Shangri-La, bewitched by nature’s charms. During sunrise, the Anji bamboo sea is concealed by light fog, appearing extraordinarily beautiful. Image Source: Google From: World.nzlife.nz
Ancient town in Southern China Takes Centre Stage after being Unnoticed for a Decade
Nestled between Suzhou and Hangzhou, a small town in Jiangnan has remained obscure for ten years until now. The classy, long- lived architecture are all presented in the TV series to illustrate the charm and rich historical background of the town. This is HuZhou, a well-preserved relic from Ming Dynasty, where stories and tales have been captured and carried on for centuries. Be There, Be Part...
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