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Great Wall
A deserted section of the Great Wall of China
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Hotel Lobby, Shanghai
China loves setting records. The lobby of the Grand Hyatt in Shanghai is on the 53rd floor. It held the record for the highest lobby in the world until the Shanghai Park Hyatt eclipsed it. This is a view of the lobby from the observation floor on the 88th floor.
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Post time 2011-12-16 14:06:31 |Display all floors
Gobi Desert
While the orange "sand protection" booties might give away the fact that these are tourists visiting the Gobi desert near Dunhuang, China, the sight still gave me a sense of the Silk Road that passed through this area, carrying merchants, Marco Polo, and now, weekend vacationers from Shanghai and Beijing. There was a timelessness to the mighty dunes, the endless sky, and the wending caravans.
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Qixi Festival
Girls in Chinese traditional Hanfu clothing celebrate the Qixi Festival, the so-called Chinese Valentine's Day.
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Procession, Sichuan Province
Thousands of nuns' huts built in the river valley in Garze, Sichuan Province, China.
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Hakka Earth Building, Fujian Province
The traditional residential buildings in the western part of Fujian Province in southeast China, Hakka earth buildings, were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. This is one of the out-of-use earth buildings in a remote village.
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Post time 2011-12-16 14:08:47 |Display all floors
Forbidden City, Beijing
Presenting another angle from a magnificent palace museum. It was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. In 1987, it was declared a World Heritage site.
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