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A stroll through Xian

Date: 7/18/2011 1:33:00 PM by evelio2222 Tags: Xian

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Our travel to Baoji

Date: 7/8/2011 11:41:00 AM by resha Tags: Baoji Xi'an Xian Travel to Baoji china Famen temple zhong hua shi yuan(中华石元)

Famen temple

China has always been an amazing place to live in. We came to this place two years ago from Nepal to pursue our higher education (masters) as a part of Chinese Scholarship council students. We as doctors were so excited to be in Xi’an, an ancient capital, and learn modern medicine and technology. Xi’an has taught us many things as we

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A life time experience in China

Date: 5/16/2011 8:27:00 AM by fernanda_gomes Tags: Beijing Xian Terracota warriors Opera lhasa Tibet everest

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It's always been my dream to travel across China and discover all the wonders of this secular cultural and heritage. That is why, a couple of weeks ago I started to plan what suppose to my life time experience in China.

I would not have all the time of the world, as I only have a little longer than twp weeks to fly all the way from Brazil and then back, what would take, only fl

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Trip report: Beijing, Xian, Datong and Chengde(3)by walter_ba21

Date: 11/26/2008 3:00:00 AM by amanda Tags: Beijing Xian Datong Chengde

Hunging Temple of Datong

13 June - Datong

We waked up very early and in less than an hour of flight we arrived in Datong. Datong is a city of 3 million inhabitants, important for its coalmines and therefore a polluted city, but it is famous above all for the Yungang Grottoes (literally "Cloud Ridge Caves"), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In airport we met our likeable guide, Joan and the driver with a

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Trip report: Beijing, Xian, Datong and Chengde(2) by walter_ba21

Date: 11/20/2008 9:25:00 PM by amanda Tags: Beijing Xian Datong and Chengde


11 June - Xian

We waked up very early because we had to catch the flight to Xian at 7.20 a.m.. The departure was from the new Terminal 3, constructed for the Olympic Games and planned by the English architect Foster. The terminal is spectacular and efficient. It’s enormous, but spaces are well organized and you can’t get lost inside. Our flight leaved nearly 10 minutes befor

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