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Inner Mongolia Sights By Wang Baolao
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The Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Inner Mongolia for short, covers an area of 1,183,000 square kilometres. It has 12 leagues or cities namely Hohhot City, Baotou City, Wuhai City, Chifeng City,... More > Tongliao City, Ordos City, Hulun Buir City, Bayan Nur City, Ulan Qabu League, Xilin Gol League, Xing'an League and Alxa League, with Hohhot as its capital.< Less
Ningxia Sights By Wang Baolao
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Ningxia is situated in the northwest part of China and by the upper and middle reach of the Yellow River, near the Helan Mountain in the north and Liupanshan Mountain in the south. The whole land... More > runs low from south to north, with the average altitude of more than 1,000 meters and Yellow River crossing her northern part. Her northern part is the plain area irrigated by Yellow River, while her southern part, mountain area with access to the Loess Plateau. She borders Shaanxi on the east, Inner Mongolia on the north and Gansu on the southwest. The total area of Ningxia is 66,400 square kilometers, with 5 cities and 20 counties under its government. By the end of 2006 the population is 6.037 million, of which one third is Hui.< Less
Jiangsu Sights By Wang Baolao
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Jiangsu Province is situated in the eastern coast region of China and on the lower reaches of both Yangtze River and Huai River, facing the ocean on the east. There are lots of rivers and lakes all... More > over Jiangsu Province, with the Yangtze River traversing thoroughly from the east to the west, the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal down 718 km from the north to the south. Occupied by boundless plain, the terrain of Jiangsu Province is smooth with low mountains, hills and hillocks spreading around the boundary area. In the province, rivers and lakes crisscross and scatter everywhere, and Yangtze River, Huai River, the Grand Canal, Taihu Lake, Hongze Lake and other big or small lakes have formed a dense water-net by intertwining with each other. That is the reason why it earns the name of water country. The natural scenery of Jiangsu features in the combination of its mountains and rivers, especially in rivers. Landscapes of hills and lakes shine together with each other.< Less
Tianjin Sights By Wang Baolao
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Tianjin Province, Jin for short, located in the northeast of the North China Plain and borders the Bohai Sea in the east and the Yan Mountain in the north, which has a total area of 11,305 square... More > kilometres and a total population of about 9.85 million.< Less
ningxia Sights By Wang Baolao
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Ningxia is situated in the northwest part of China and by the upper and middle reach of the Yellow River, near the Helan Mountain in the north and Liupanshan Mountain in the south. The whole land... More > runs low from south to north, with the average altitude of more than 1,000 meters and Yellow River crossing her northern part. Her northern part is the plain area irrigated by Yellow River, while her southern part, mountain area with access to the Loess Plateau. She borders Shaanxi on the east, Inner Mongolia on the north and Gansu on the southwest. The total area of Ningxia is 66,400 square kilometers, with 5 cities and 20 counties under its government. By the end of 2006 the population is 6.037 million, of which one third is Hui.< Less
Shandong sights By Wang Baolao
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Shandong, an eastern China province called Lu for short, is situated in the lower reaches of the Yellow River and borders Yellow Sea & Bohai Sea with a total area of 157,100 square kilometres and... More > a population of 91.8 million. The name of the province is after its location in the east of the Taihang Mountains. The province has a jurisdiction over 17 cities as Jinan, Qingdao, Zibo, Zaozhuang, Dongying, Yantai, Weifang, Jining, Tai'an, Weihai, Rizhao, Laiwu, Linyi, Dezhou, Liaocheng, Binzhou and Heze in which Jinan is its capital.< Less
Guangxi Sights By Wang Baolao
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Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Gui for short, situated in the south of China. Guangxi faces Beibu Gulf on the South and is bounded by Yuenan on the Southwest. With a total area of 23,000 km2 and... More > a population of 48.22 million, Guangxi has12 main nationalities such as Zhuang, Han, Yao, Miao etc. They create their own unique culture and preserve their traditional living habit, habiliment, culture and art, traditional festivals. In addition the beautiful prospect, which forms many radiant splendour scroll paintings which have ethnologic amorous feelings of Guangxi. With the North tropic traversing, Guangxi pertains to semitropical monsoon climate,which is fit to the perennial travel.< Less
Hubei Sights By Wang Baolao
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Hubei, “E” for short, is situated in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, the hinterland of China. At the strategic location, Hubei plays a significant role in connecting east and... More > west, north and south. The beautifully and richly endowed province has a total area of 185,900 square kilometres and a population of over 60 million. Under its jurisdiction there are 12 cities of Wuhan, Huangshi, Xiangfan, Jingzhou, Yichang, Shiyan, Xiaogan, Jingmen, Ezhou, Huanggang, Xianning and Suizhou, as well as the Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, and 3 cities of Xiantao, Qianjiang and Tianmen directly under the Provincial Government, and the Shennongjia Forest Area. The provincial capital, Wuhan City has long been called the “hub of nine provinces”.< Less
Henan Sights By Wang Baolao
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Henan Province (Yu for short), is located in the middle-down reaches of the Yellow River, it got the name because its most area is situated at the southern side of the Yellow River, and as the centre... More > of China is “Yu Prefecture”, so it has the name of “Zhongzhou (central prefecture)”, “Zhongyuan (central plains)”. The total area of the province is 167,000 square kilometres, with a population of 95.55 million, administering 17 cities of Zhengzhou (also the provincial capital), Kaifeng, Luoyang, Pingdingshan, Jiaozuo, Hebi, Xinxiang, Anyang, Puyang, Xuchang, Luohe, Sanmenxia, Nanyang, Shangqiu, Xinyang, Zhoukou and Zhumadian, and Jiyuan City, a municipality directly under the provincial government.< Less
Aomen Sights By Wang Baolao
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The Macau Special Administrative Region (MSAR) is located on the Southeast coast of China to the western bank of the Pearl River Delta. Bordering on Zhuhai Special Economic Zone of Guangdong Province... More > in the north, opposite Hong Kong in the east, the Macau Special Administrative Region has an area of 23.5 square kilometres, comprised of the Macau Peninsula, the islands of Taipa and Coloane. The total population is over 400,000, of which about 96% are Chinese, the remaining are mostly Portuguese. It is called Macau in Portuguese and Macao in English.With a long history of 400 years, the blend of both oriental and western culture makes it a distinctive tourist city. Macau is reputed as “The Monte Carlo of the Orient”.< Less