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The Most Romantic Getaways to Take This Winter From Christmas markets embellished with twinkle lights to store windows brimming with good cheer, these iconic winter locales offer traditional festivities and far-flung adventure, making them ideal destinations for creating new, not to mention romantic, holiday memories. Read on for the best places to get away this December. Nov. 29, 2017
Culture and Art of Hani People Hani People is noted for their abundant literature forms ranging from mythology, legend, poem, riddle to proverb among others. Mythologies and legends are the most ancient and numerous, mostly preserved in epics... Nov. 17, 2017
Hani Festivals Like the Han people, the Hanis celebrate the Spring Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival. Their traditional festivals include October Festival, June Festival and etc... Nov. 16, 2017
Time Immemorial-YANG YONGLIANG Solo Exhibition Inspired by Chinese ancestral culture and the famous Shan Shui, Yang Yongliang works with digital photography like a painter. Nov. 09, 2017
Capital of Culture in East Asia Níngbo, an ancient harbor city, has been an important trading port for millennia, and today is one of China's busiest. One of the five ports opened during the Treaty of Nanjing in 1842, it has a former foreign concession, Lao Waitan, now a vibrant, pedestrian-only entertainment district along the Yong River. Nov. 03, 2017
Dancing with the ghost in Los Angeles The Halloween in Los Angeles brings you the best candy treats, the most inspiring costume shops, the rockingest parties, the best neighborhoods for trick-or-treating, and the coolest fall festivals and activities. Nov. 02, 2017
Lahus Marriage and Wedding Customs Most marriages are monogamous. Traditionally, boys marry when they are 16 or 17 and girls marry when they are 13 or 14. Young people are given a fair amount of freedom in choosing their partners as long as they are not... Oct. 23, 2017
Lahu People Like Spicy Food The Lahus like spicy food. They have a saying that goes "cooking without chili is the same as cooking without oil". Rice and corn are the staple grains, and Lahu eat two meals daily, but they also eat smaller amounts of... Oct. 23, 2017
New Year Festival of the Lahu people The main festivals of the Lahu people include the Lahukuzha Festival, Torch Festival, New Rice Festival, Duane Festival and others. The Lahukuzha Festival is the New Year Festival of the Lahu people. It... Oct. 20, 2017
Original Ecological Culture of Lahu Minority The music and dances of the Lahu people have their unique styles and are permeated with life. There are many melodies and songs. Their dances, numbering about 40, are characterized by foot tapping and swinging to the... Oct. 19, 2017
The Pearl of North Dalian is the most relaxed and livable city in Northeast China. In many parts of China, economic prosperity comes at the price of clean air and charm. Not so in Dalian, whose natural blessings are its biggest asset. Oct. 19, 2017
30+ Best Photography Competitions to Elevate Your Craft (Part I) Whether you are a professional photographer looking to gain more exposure or an amateur who wants to know how your work stacks up against your peers, photography competitions are a fantastic way to stretch yourself and grow your craft. Oct. 13, 2017
Main festivals of Uzbek ethnic minority The main festivals in Uzbek ethnic minority include "Mawlid al-Nabi", "Id al-fitr" and "Corban Festival". The traditional festivals of Uzbek ethnic minority are similar to the festivals of other ethnic... Oct. 10, 2017
Readers' travel photography competition: September – the winners Portraiture is to the fore this month, with readers capturing some wonderfully candid moments everywhere from Swanage to Havana. Oct. 09, 2017
The Freezing City At the city’s new Ice and Snow Park, chilly winds blew snowflakes around the world’s largest indoor ski park, a potent symbol of China’s ambitions to turn itself into a winter sports powerhouse ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Oct. 01, 2017
Traditional Art and Culture of Wa Minority The Wa Ethnic Minority boasts rich and colorful literature, such as folklore, vivid myths, touching poems and legends. Famous myths include "Sigang Li", "ancestors of the human being", "the big snake is vomiting"... Sep. 07, 2017
Wa People Celebrating Pulling Wooden Drum Festival Pulling Wooden Drum Festival: The "Gerui" month of the Wa calendar, which is equivalent to December of the solar calendar, is the time for pulling the wooden drum. Unlike the popular leather drums, a wooden... Sep. 06, 2017
Croatia Croatia, officially The Republic of Croatia, is located in the republic of Southeast Europe. With a coastline of 1,777 kilometers, it has 1,185 small and big islands, 66 of which have residents. However, what is worth mentioning is their startling beauty rather than the quantity. The percentage of land covered by forest is up to 33%. If you want to feel the most beautiful Mediterranean, you can travel to Croatia, known as the “Shining Pearl of the Mediterranean”. Aug. 30, 2017
Traditional Festivals of Yugur People Apart from some Chinese festivals like Spring Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, and Moon Festival, the Yugurs also observe some religious festivals. They go to temples to offer incense in Lunar January. The Lamas... Aug. 29, 2017
The Highlights of Russia Russia, whose coastline stretches from the Arctic Ocean to the North Pacific, is the largest country in the world. It has rich natural resources and diverse geomorphic landscape, boasting the world’s largest forest store and a quarter of freshwater lakes in the world. Besides, it has abundant tourist resources. The best time to visit is from May to October, during which the weather is cool. It is the ideal tourist resort, especially in summer. Aug. 25, 2017
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