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Discovering Suzhou: Background & Classical Gardens

 

Discovering Suzhou: Background & Classical Gardens

Suzhou is an ancient city with 2500 years’ history, located in the center of Yangtze Delta very near Shanghai.An article which will introduce you the background of Suzhou as well as useful travel information about the classical gardens of Suzhou.

General Terms in Mandarin

 

General Terms in Mandarin

If this is your first time here in China, you might want to get familiar with some terms which you would use it in your daily travelling.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – India, Nepal, Israel (Zone A)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – India, Nepal, Israel (Zone A)

Cities of harmony,' is the exhibition theme focusing on the integration between urban and rural regions through exchange of trade and services for India Pavillion. Nepal Pavilion's theme would be: “Tales of Kathmandu City—Seeking the Soul of a City; Exploration and Speculation”.

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Brazil, Venezuela, Chile (Zone C)

 

Expo 2010: Pavilions – Brazil, Venezuela, Chile (Zone C)

The tropical-forest-like Brazil Pavilion will show off the cultural diversity and dynamism of Brazilian cities with the theme “Pulsing Cities: Feel the Life of Brazilian Cities”. The Venezuela pavilion is structured in the form of an "8", it depicts many traditional aspects of Venezuela's history and culture.

Shanghai: Lodging and Expo Homestay

 

Shanghai: Lodging and Expo Homestay

With the Shanghai World Expo 2010 approaching, here are your lodging options in Shanghai, if you are planning to visit China's largest and most prosperous city. You can stay in a range of Hotels, or even consider Expo Homestay.

Mount Sanqing

 

Mount Sanqing

Mount Sanqing is located in northeast of Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province. The highest peak of the mountain range is the Yujing Peak standing at 1,816.9 metres above sea level. This peaceful mountain acclaimed as "The Land of Peach Blossoms" is famous for its three peaks: Yujing Peak, Yuhua Peak, and Yuxu Peak, which resemble the three gods worshipped in Taoism.


 

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