Cultural China – Han Chinese and Ethnic Minority Culture
Beijing - Beijing has rich cultural relics of Han and Manchu People. The snow-covered Great Wall, one of Seven Wonders of the World is extremely beautiful scenery when weather is good. The Forbidden City, Tian'anmen Square and various hutongs which are unique local houses in Beijing show you a different Beijing in winter.
Hong Kong - Average temperature is 16°C (61°F) during the period of Spring Festival which is one of the most important events in Hong Kong. Celebrations of the Spring Festival are not completely the same to those of Mainland China. Popular activities to celebrate the Spring Festival consist of magnificent fireworks display at Victoria Harbor, the Chinese New Year Parade, strolling in night-long flower markets, New Year horse racing, shopping and New Year prayers.
Southeast Guizhou Province - Guizhou Province in the southwest China is less touched by travelers. Qiandongnan(southeast of Guizhou Province) is home of more than 38 ethnic minority groups. It is a great place to explore ethnic minority culture as the Miao is 41% and the Dong is 31% in the area. Local folk customs, culture and architectures have attracted numerous travelers to Qiandongnan.
Tibet – Tibetan New year, known as Losar, is the most important festival in the Tibetan calendar. The Losar festival is celebrated by Tibetan peoples, and is marked by ancient ceremonies that represent the struggle between good and evil, by chanting, and by the passing of torches through the crowds.
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