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Story of the Shanghai City Flower

By Mr Li Sheng | Feb 25, 2021 | 0 Comments
story of shanghai city flower

The city flower of Shanghai is white magnolia. Some people call it jade orchid /lily tree or Yulan magnolia 玉兰花. Magnolia lily trees are natively grown in central and eastern China. Its white flowers are regarded as a symbol of purity in the Tang Dynasty. It has been ornamental trees in Chinese Buddhist temple, gardens and planted in the Emperor’s palace

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Lures of the Lugu Lake

By Mr Li Sheng | Feb 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
泸沽湖

Lures of the Lugu Lake
Where is the Lugu lake?
What are the attractions of the Lugu lake?
How to get to The Lugu Lake (泸沽湖 Lúgū Hú)? The Lugu lake is well known for its matriarchal culture. The Moso tribe is a sub clan of the Naxi people with ancient family structure.

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Millenium China Silk Road

By Mr Li Sheng | Feb 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
millenium china silk road

Millenium China Silk Road – An UNESCO World Heritage Site

Where is China Silk Road?
What to see in the China silk road tour?
How to start your China silk road travel?

The Silk Road was a network of trade routes connected the East and West. The Silk Road primarily refers to the land routes connecting East Asia and Southeast Asia with South Asia, Persia, the Arabian Peninsula, East Africa and Southern Europe.

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Buddhist Mountain of China – Wutai Mount

By Mr Li Sheng | Feb 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
buddhist mountain of china Wutai Mount

China Pilgrimage destination for Buddhists. Buddhist mountain of China – Wutai Mount, China Travel guide
Where is Mount Wutai?
What to see for Mount Wutai?
How to get to Mount Wutai?

Mount Wǔtái (五台山 Wǔtái Shān), is one of the four Sacred Buddhist mountains of China. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Shanxi Province in China. “Wǔtái Shān” means Five Plateau Mountain.

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Explore China UNESCO World Heritage – Pingyao ancient town

By Mr Li Sheng | Feb 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
pingyao ancient town explore

Explore China UNESCO World Heritage – Pingyao ancient town 这是一个英文版平遥古镇导游视频,涉外导游,导游英语,旅游爱好者请关注,点赞,转发。Where is Pingyao ancient town?
What to see in the Pingyao ancient town?
How to get to Pingyao ancient town?
Pingyao (平遥; Píngyáo) is a small old town on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is in Shanxi province, China. Pingyao’s old town is typically considered the best ancient walled city in China.

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Kanas Lake National Park Travel China

By Mr Li Sheng | Jan 30, 2021 | 0 Comments
kanas lake national park

Where is Kanas lake national park?
Why come to Kanas lake national park?
How come to Kanas lake national park?
Kanas Lake- attractive scenery is your next China travel destination.

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Changbaishan National Park Touring Guide

By Mr Li Sheng | Jan 30, 2021 | 0 Comments
changbaishan national park

Where is Changbaishan national park?
Why come to Changbaishan national park?
How come to Changbaishan national park?
Changbaishan national nature reserve park, I use the term “national park” as usual way of America, Changbaishan National Park is a nature reserve district in Jilin province north eastern of China, in Chinese we call it “长白山自然保护区”. Changbaishan literally means in Chinese “eternally White Mountain.”

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How we celebrate the Chinese spring festival during pandemics?

By Mr Li Sheng | Jan 29, 2021 | 0 Comments
how to celebrate the spring festival in Shanghai

How shall we celebrate the Chinese spring festival in 2021 during the pandemics? The covid19 virus spreading has influenced our daily life. My home is in Shanghai, let me share with my foreign friends how we celebrate the spring festival.

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How Chinese prepare foods and gifts for the spring festival?

By Mr Li Sheng | Jan 28, 2021 | 0 Comments
中国美食的文化寓意与礼品忌讳

Do you know what foods and gifts the Chinese people prepare for the spring festival? Let me share the information with you. Like many other New Year dishes, certain ingredients also take special precedence over others as these ingredients also have similar-sounding names with prosperity, good luck, or even counting money. Some other traditional foods consist of noodles, fruits, dumplings, spring rolls, and Tangyuan which are also known as sweet rice balls. Each dish served during Chinese New Year represents something special. Let me make explanation one by one.

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The legend story of Chinese Lunar New Year

By Mr Li Sheng | Jan 28, 2021 | 0 Comments
spring festival legend story

Chinese will begin the Chinese lunar new year, same as the spring festival on Feb. 12 (Friday) 2021. It is the first day of the first month of the lunar Chinese calendar. Chinese people will celebrate the spring festival in various traditional ways, such as, lion dances, dragon dances, fireworks, family gathering, family reunion dinner, visiting friends and relatives, giving red envelopes, decorating with chunlian couplets, etc.Do you know how the Chinese lunar new year started? Let me share with you one legend story.

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