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The 20th Shanghai Peach Blossom Festival to be Held in 2010

2010-03-22 | China travel Guide | Comments(2) |   Views:(1469)

The 20th Shanghai Peach Flower Festival will be on stage on March 26 with the theme on new Pudong, peach flowers and Expo. By that time, five attractions will be launched: Datuan Peach Garden, Nanhui Peach Village, Xinchang Peach Garden, Binhai Peach Blooms Land and heqing Organic Garden.


Delicate Iron Sword Excavated From Daming Palace

2010-03-17 | News | Comments(7) |   Views:(1714)

Delicate Iron Sword Excavated From Daming Palace As part of Tang cultural heritage, Daming Palace possesses lots of relics of past dynasties. At present, 10 tombs of Han Dynasty have been discovered. The tombs are found preserved well during the first excavation. And among a delicate iron sword is most impressing....

Ritual Ceremony to memorize Huangdi Emperor (Yellow Emperor)

2010-03-10 | News | Comments(1) |   Views:(1297)

The annual ritual ceremony in memory of the birthday of Chinese ancestor Emperor Huangdi (Yellow Emperor) has become a major tourist festival of Zhengzhou, Henan Province already. The festival is held every year on March 3 in Chinese Lunar Calendar and on April 16 this year from 9 o'clock in the morning.


Drunk in the Blossoming Peony of Luoyang

2010-03-03 | China travel Guide | Comments(4) |   Views:(2380)

Drunk in the Blossoming Peony of Luoyang April is the season when peonies of Luoyang are in full bloom and the Peony Fair of Luoyang in Henan Province is held every year from April to May.During the fair, there are usually crowds of peony enjoyers and various peony flowers. Peony, as a renowned flower of China, is praised as The First of Flowers and Flower King. It has big petals and dignified appearance. Peony is usually regarded as a symbol of rich and honor. Wonderful activities including singing and dancing performance, instrumental performances, bonfire party, etc will also be on the stage during the Peony Fair of Luoyang....

Focus on Expo: Most Interesting Pavilions of Expo 2010

2010-02-26 | China travel Guide | Comments(2) |   Views:(1188)

Year 2010 has come and Shanghai Expo will be held this year from May 1st to October 31st. The pavilions full of characteristics and folk styles have been an attracting scenery. Many of the pavilions are unique, interesting and popular.



Enjoy the Blossom to China During March!

2010-02-25 | China travel Guide | Comments(3) |   Views:(1103)

Enjoy the Blossom to China During March! Spring has come from March and everything revives in this season in China. Farewell to winter, it is time to enjoy the warm sunshine, mild wind and beautiful flower seas in China!Plum Blossoms of South China...

The Sole Unlooted Imperial Toms of Qing Dynasty-Xiaoling Tombs of Shunzhi Emperor

2010-02-22 | News | Comments(1) |   Views:(2107)

The Sole Unlooted Imperial Toms of Qing Dynasty-Xiaoling Tombs of Shunzhi Emperor Eastern Royal Tombs (Qing Dong Tombs) of Qing Dynasty is located in Zunhua of Tangshan City, Hebei Province, 125 kilometers east of Beijing City. The location of tombs is said to be chose by Shunzhi during his hunting. Xiaoling Tombs of Shunzhi Emperor, Jingling Tombs of Kangxi Emperor, Yuling Tombs of Qianlong Emperor, Dingling Tombs of Xianfeng Emperor, Huiling Tombs of Tongzhi Emperor and tombs of Empress Dowager Cixi are all located here. However, most of the tombs here have been robbed except the Xiaoling Tombs of Shunzhi Emperor....

Spring Festival-the most important festival in China

2010-02-05 | Cultures | Comments(1) |   Views:(1086)

Spring Festival-the most important festival in China We have many kinds of customs in China during Spring Festival (new year in Chinese lunar calendar). Usually, we stick New Year scrolls on the gates, hang laterns at the door, set off firecrackers and have dumpling dinner on New Year's Eve. We stay up late or all night on New Year's Eve, which we call Shousui (to keep the passing year and welcome the new year). Then we pay new year calls on the first day of the new year and visit our relatives and friends....