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Cormorant Fishing in Yangshuo

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Wordless Wednesday: A Glimpse of China

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Attending a local cooking class in China was a highlight!

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Lotus Park in the south of Xian

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The Screeching of Chinese Opera

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Weekly photo Challenge: Humanity

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China’s “Small Venice” or ‘Garden of Clear Ripples’ at the Summer Palace

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Hiking the famous Yellow mountain of China was breathtakingly fabulous but physically torturous!!

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The Fabulous Summer Palace and its Amazing Gardens in Beijing

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Yu yuan the famous and beautiful classical garden of Shanghai

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Super fresh handmade pasta in Suzhou, China

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Walking Through Chinese Gardens and Parks during a Typhoon

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Exploring China’s Temple of Heaven where they Performed Sacrifices for Good Harvests

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Standing and Walking on The Great Wall of China!!

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A peaceful afternoon spent on the tranquil Hangzhou, West Lake of China

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Stepping foot into China’s Forbidden City in Beijing

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Shanghai Horizon

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Walking across Beijing’s Tiananmen Square

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The Worlds largest Buddha and the Leshan Dafo Temple on China’s Mount Emei

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Water and lights show at the Goose Pagoda in Xian.

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The Great Mosque of Xi’an is completely Chinese in style

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturated Chinese Opera

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Exploring the mist shrouded Xian City Wall the “easy” way

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Chinese Lanterns, Street Food and Crazy Tuc-Tuc drivers at China’s Jinli Steet

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Drinking Flowering Tea Inside Shanghai’s Oldest Teahouse

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside the Great Wall

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Walking through Wuhou Shrine and kissing a Sacred Lion.

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Exploring Ghost City where the souls of the dead go to enter the underworld.

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Floating down the Shennong Stream through the Gorges of the Yangtze River.

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Cruising down the Magnificent Yangtze River of China

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Focus

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Xian Terracotta Warriors, the Most Significant Archeological Excavation of the 20th Century.

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