Monthly Archives: December 2010

The First Snowfall of the Winter

It snowed all day yesterday. It was the first snowfall of the winter. Everybody was happy about it although the temperature dropped dramatically and people therefore were dressed like a ball. The snow accumulated thickly on the ground, trees, roofs … Continue reading

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Miao silver and its totem-Part 2

I said in the first part that during my stay in Xijiang village I saw a lot of manual silver workshop and mention about those beautiful accessories with delicate totem. So, I would like to introduce you some classic totem … Continue reading

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Top 10 Winter Vacation Destinations in China – Part 3

No.5 Zhajiajie Not many westerners know about Zhajiajie, but it is a great place to go. Lying on the northwest of Hunan, Zhajiajie is recognized as “a rarely charming belle in the boudoir” by the famous Chinese painter Wu Guanzhong. … Continue reading

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