There are many places in China that can easily be dated over 100 years old, some even a few hundreds. Advertisements
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.
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.
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.
That is me, with my backpack strapped to my chest and my bottom protected by a camouflaged cushion, about to descend into the heart of China’s Grand Canyon.
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 photo challenge, I went scratching my head.
Before I change the photo topic from China to Canada, I want to share one more picture I took in China. That was shot in China’s Grand Canyon, as I hobbled along the trail. What to say about this photo? Hmm… Beautiful name, weird translation for the safety sign. Want more? Please check out my…
This week’s topic is winter and water.
What is this man pulling? He is pulling ginger to make ginger candy, a specialty of the Zhangjiajie, Hunan region. I shot this on the second night of my recent road trip. I found it interesting that this ginger candy resembled nothing like the ones my mom buys in Asian markets in the U.S. Therefore,…
In my weekend coffee share post about two weeks ago, I shared a preview of my recent trip to ZhangJiaJie which is located in the Northwest corner of Hunan Province. One of the places I visit during the trip was ZhangJiaJie Glass Bridge.
This was one of the unique shops in the City of Phoenix (凤凰) in Hunan, a place I visited on the final day of my road trip.