When I visited China in 2017, I got to enjoy the festivities of Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year. Advertisements
There are many places in China that can easily be dated over 100 years old, some even a few hundreds.
I had been thinking what I should post for the topic of Rise and at the last minute on Sunday night, right before bed, I thought of this picture.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
How can I not conclude this year’s A-Z challenge without a post about my hometown?
As I mentioned in my previous post, to get to Tianmen Mountain requires a 20 to 30-minute cable car ride.
One of the most awesome places I’ve ever been to in China has to be Tianmen Mountain in Hunan Province.
My mom used to go on YouTube and watch videos that introduced the lifestyle of Hong Kong.
The first time when my aunt told me she was going to get water, she said, “let me show you my definition of country.”
My grandmother grew up in this quaint village about an hour drive from my hometown of Zhongshan.
During my four-month stay in China in 2017, I, along with my aunt and her friend, joined a four-day tour to visit the region of Zhangjiajie in Hunan Province.
A few days ago, I was reminded by Facebook that about a year ago, I was in this place – China’s Grand Canyon in Hunan Province.
When I saw the topic for this week’s Black and White challenge, this image immediately sprang to my mind.
This was taken a year ago in 南朗 (Nan Lang), a small city outside of my hometown of Zhongshan.
I realized something yesterday! A year ago, I was in China, breathing in that warm humid semi-polluted spring air.
It’s been a while since I did a macro photo on Photo of the Day and I don’t know why.
One of the things about not being able to read a language is you tend to walk into surprises.
When I went to Hong Kong more than a week ago, my aunt decided to take me up to Victoria Peak.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge
A Photo A Week Challenge
I went on a solo hiking trip earlier this week in my hometown’s Forest Park
This is the Ruins of St. Paul’s, a 17th century Portuguese church dedicated to St. Paul the apostle.
I hope you enjoy my purples! 😄