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Located in the northwest of Hunan province, Zhangjiajie became one of the World Natural Heritages and World Geo-parks in China because of its unique geology and landform.
Source: China Daily
Guilin is regarded as the most picturesque city in China. Two crystal-clear rivers meander through the city, which are encircled by hills with unusual and bizarre rock formations and caves inside.
Source: China Daily
Guizhou province has been gradually thrust into tourist limelight as the best city in China to escape summer heat. In 2006, Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou province, had the distinction of being chosen as the best summer destination in China.
Source: China Daily
In the northwest of China, Qinghai Lake, lying on the Tibetan Plateau is called "green lake", "blue sea" or "fairyland", because of the marvelous natural beauty reflected on it.
Source: China Daily
Chengde Summer Resort is the largest existing imperial garden in China. It has been listed in the directory of the cultural heritages by the UNESCO.
Source: China Daily
There is new fashion appearing in Beijing and Shanghai – drive-in theaters. It means visitors can enjoy the arts without get off their vehicles.
Source: China Daily
The Dragon Boat Festival, or called the Duanwu Festival, is due to the 5th day of the 5th lunar month. Most of Chinese people celebrate it by eating Glutinous Rice (In Chinese, Zong Zi) and racing dragon boats.
Source: Discover China Tours
A traditional Japanese cultural exhibition was held in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning province, June 3, 2012.
Source: China Daily
Waterlily blooms in Hangzhou showed on 2012 Hangzhou West Lake Lotus Exhibition is a rare breed of lotus for its golden spots on petal.
Source: China Daily
The Xiamen Fair was opened on June 15 Zhongshan Road, one of its most renowned business zones. And the local citizens got a chance to experience authentic snacks, handicrafts, cultural shows and art performances from Taiwan.
Source: China Daily
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