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Mount Tai approved as World Photography Site On August 10th, Mount Tai was approved as the first "world photography site" by FIAP. Witnessed by more than 300 photographers, the unveiling ceremony took place at the top of Mount Tai. This is a great highlight of the 5th FIAP Photo Meeting. Aug. 10, 2017
Shanxi Hengshan Mountain (Beiyue) Boasting 108 peaks and spanning 150 kilometers, it has an average elevation of 2,016 meters. The Tianfeng Peak, the highest peak, is 2,190 meters above sea level, the highest among the Five Sacred Mountains. Dec. 31, 2015
Grandpa: A Memorial Photography Project from Anrong Xu The project of “Grandpa” is a living memory of a man whose journey entirely shaped Anrong Xu himself. Anrong Xu, a 25-year-old Chinese-American photographer based in New York City, has documented ... Oct. 16, 2015
Kaiping Diaolou and Village: An Unsung World Heritage Tall multi-storied buildings in Kaiping County were listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2007 as China's 35th World Heritage Site.The buildings are considered historic because they are in a relatively good condition and serve as a record of the migra Sep. 10, 2015
Mount Emei, Including Leshan Giant Buddha Mount Emei in Sichuan Province in Southwest China, is one of the most well-known mountains for its pleasant weather, congenial atmosphere, the inspiring natural scenery and the influence of the Buddhist culture. The mountain is characterized by lofty anci Jul. 22, 2015
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