VOC's Travel BLOG
Our Travel Blog is the place to share our real life, travel experiences in China with you. Besides, we will provide information related to Chinese culture and China travel guide. "A bosom friend afar brings a distant land near." Traveling makes us to be closer, let's discover China together!
The second Saturday of June every year is China's "Cultural and Natural Heritage Day". The long history of 5,000 years has left too many cultural treasures, and each intangible cultural heritage craftsmanship has gone through the vicissitudes of time. Here we will take a look at the intangible cultural heritage craftsmanship accumulated over the years.
Each era has its own popular elements. Although some old objects seem to be a bit rustic when viewed nowadays, they were very precious at the time, and more importantly, they are irreplaceable memories of that time. Let us take a look at these old objects from the 1970s and 1980s that have almost disappeared in China.
After a tight sleeping, we had another full day sightseeing in Turpan. Today we visited Ancient City of Gaochang, Tuyugou Village, Flaming Mountain and Bizaklik Thousand Buddha Caves, we even visited a Local Family and enjoyed a dinner with them.
Some people might love staying in a lodge along the Yulong River in Yangshuo, some people might love biking or hiking in the countryside of local village, or enjoy a night show- Impression Liusanjie, etc., but Yangshuo is not only one way to enjoy or play, Lijiang Bay and Ruyi Peak provide more fun to us.
When Wuhan was ready to lift its restriction and to reopen on April 8th, the 77-day voluntary operation of Hotel-Apartment Volunteer Alliance was coming to an end. In the 77-day operation, 312 hotels and 115 volunteers in Wuhan had participated the Alliance, providing more than 200,000 free-of-chargeroom nights for more than 10,000 medical staff from over 100 hospitals in Wuhan, delivering extraordinary contribution to the anti-virus fight.
Turpan is a city lying in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in the far northwestern part of China. The city, also known as "Turfan" or "Tulufan" is mostly composed of Uyghur ethnic minority people, what explains the typical and unique culture the place enjoys since ancient times. The city of Turpan flourishes with many historical and natural sites of a gorgeous uniqueness barely seen anywhere else in China.
A lot of handicraft making techniques have even been included in the intangible cultural heritage lists, in which the traditional techniques of making circular fan, lacquerware, colored inscription rubbing and other handicrafts with local characteristics of Guilin can be found.
The three “treasures” of Guilin refer to three representatives of traditional local products, which are Guilin Sanhua wine, Guilin fermented bean curd and Guilin chili sauce. People who come to visit Guilin, especially the domestic visitors, like to taste the three “treasures” and even buy some as souvenirs for relatives and friends.
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