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Living Space: Lego-liked Buildings Sit in the Typical Hong Kong Street As one of the most densely populated city in China, there is always bustling street and convenient business opportunity in Hong Kong. In fact, however, people’s pressure from living environment ... Aug. 10, 2018
Iceland's natural crown jewels Iceland’s south coast boasts the constantly changing Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, where blue, white, turquoise and black streaked icebergs shift and creak about in an icy dance. The icebergs are 1,000-year-old chunks of the retreating Oraefajokull glacier that have broken off and are floating out to sea. Aug. 06, 2018
The 2018 Audubon Photography Awards winners This year, more than 8,000 images depicting birdlife from all 50 states and 10 Canadian provinces were judged. The competition celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and the many bird species protected by this conservation law. Jul. 12, 2018
The Newest UNESCO World Heritage Site Located at the juncture of the three counties of Yinjiang, Jiangkou and Songtao in northeastern Guizhou Province, Fanjing Mountain National Nature Reserve is one of the main peaks of Wuling Mountain Range. The whole reserve covers an area of 567 sq kilometers (219 sq miles), dominated by the primitive vegetation. Jul. 11, 2018
The picturesque town in Switzerland I Just 15 minutes drive from Launceston along the West Tamar Highway is the picturesque town of Grindelwald. Set in the Tamar Valley with magnificent river and mountain views, this small town comprises of a 7-hectare lake and authentic Swiss-style housing with high-pitched roofs and white-painted exteriors. Jul. 02, 2018
Egypt’s best foods If you know where to look, you'll find that there is much more to Egyptian cuisine than the triumvirate of kebab, falafel, and shawarma. Sure, shish tawooq (grilled chicken) and kofta(grilled meatballs) are ubiquitous on menus, and falafel and shawarma are street food big-hitters. Jun. 28, 2018
Slowing down steps in Walla Walla Walla Walla is home to two attractions that illuminate the history of Western settlement and development, the Whitman Mission National Historic Site and Fort Walla Walla Museum. Outdoor lovers will find opportunities for hiking, biking, birding, and golf. Walla Walla hosts several fun events during the year, including the Balloon Stampede in May and the Sweet Onion Festival in July. Jun. 05, 2018
Shortlist of the Bird Photographer of the Year 2018 The shortlist for the coveted Bird Photographer of the Year awards has been announced by Nature Photographers and the British Trust for Ornithology. Here we display a few of the entries in the running for the awards. May. 16, 2018
The postcard-like beauty of Yunnan’s Shangri-La Ⅱ Due to seasonal water fluctuations few permanent structures rose near the shores but villages, seemingly of log cabins, could be seen clinging to lower slopes of surrounding hills, the calm waters reflecting the scene... Apr. 16, 2018
Real or fake? Exploring life in Dubai Nick Hannes is the overall winner of the 2018 ZEISS Photography Award. His series, 'Garden of Delight', was chosen from nearly 90,000 entries by photographers from more than 140 countries. Apr. 12, 2018
Cultures and arts created by Nu people The Nu people have created many special culture and arts, all passed on from generation to generation by oral tradition. These oral literatures often take the forms of melodies, which are often sung without preparation or planning... Mar. 28, 2018
Best bowl foods from around the world At its heart, the bowl food is all about comfort, whether it’s a refreshing serving of poke on the sun-drenched Hawaiian coast, a hangover-busting bowl of pho in Vietnam or a reviving Welsh stew t warm the cockles. Mar. 27, 2018
Munao dances reflect the migration of Jingpo ancestors One of the dances that exemplifies the original sacred character of Jingpo dancing is the Munao dance. People usually dance in twos, fours or six in a circle in a ceremony that can last for hours. The dance follows a... Mar. 19, 2018
Loango National Park Loango is known justifiably as 'Africa's last Eden'. Here, warm streams criss-cross pockets of thick forest and salty savannah, while vast island-dotted lagoons and miles of white-sand beach provide habitat for all manner of creatures. Mar. 02, 2018
Munaozongge Festival of Jingpo People Munao Festival, which is also called "Munaozongge Festival", means sing and dancing together in Jingpo language. It is the most important song-and-dance pageant for Jingpo people to usher holy gods and exorcise evil spirits... Mar. 01, 2018
Puzhehei Puzhehei is a word from Yi language means "a place abundant in fish and shrimps". It is in the southeast of Yunnan. It is a beautiful palace surround by 68 Karst Lake and more than 300 mountain peaks. Visitors like name it as "the Guilin in Yunnan". The lipid lakes countless green hills and flourishing lotus flowers and Yi villages attract people all over the world to here every year. Jan. 04, 2018
Getting lost in the dream-like Lugu Lake Lugu Lake lies 200 kilometers from the center of Lijiang City, on the border between Ninglang County in Yunnan Province and Yanyuan County in Sichuan Province. It is like a beautiful pearl shining among the hills of the northwest plateau in Yunnan. Dec. 18, 2017
Photo Trip Along the Ancient Silk Road After proposing “The Belt and Road Initiative” by China in 2013, China has aimed to build trade and enhance mutual friendship connecting Asia with Europe and Africa on and beyond the ancient Silk Road routes.In the nineteenth century, a new type of traveller ventured onto the Silk Roads ... Dec. 14, 2017
Breathtaking views of the Torres del Paine National Park Most people visit the park for its one greatest hit but, once here, realize that there are other attractions with equal wow power. We're talking about azure lakes, trails that meander through emerald forests, roaring rivers you'll cross on rickety bridges and one big, radiant blue glacier. Dec. 14, 2017
Dietetic Traditions of Jino Minority Jino women traditionally gathered 40 or 50 different edible wild herbs and wild fruits and men carried crossbows, bow and arrows or primitive guns with them while working, in order to capture any wild animals or... Dec. 06, 2017
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