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30 beautiful pictures of the Forbidden City you never saw

1 Feb 2016

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比起故宫,很多人的记忆会停留在紫禁城上! 白雪镶红墙,碎碎坠琼芳。看飞雪中的碧瓦飞甍、雕梁画栋,领略穿越数百年的厚重与静美。 紫禁城的美是需要用心去体会的,如果大家不是像以前一样走马观花,而是放慢脚步去观察,一定会发现更美的故宫。 时光流逝,岁月打磨,古老的殿堂依旧散发着昔日的光芒! 檀香木的架子床上挂着红色的纱帐,装修精巧华丽,摆设讲究,整个房间朴素而又不失典雅。 红与黄,总给人以神秘圣洁的感觉,威严中带着皇家的神圣不可侵犯。 冬天,寒风中依然恢弘的宫殿,停在太和殿前汉白玉栏杆上的肥麻雀,在珍宝馆颐和轩窗下晒着太阳、蜷成一团打盹儿的猫咪…… 看到四季交替,才能感觉故宫是活的。 宫殿的高墙似乎可以阻隔春夏秋冬,在冷清空旷的宫苑中,只有看见树木吐新芽,空地生杂草,各色花朵执著地绽放在紫禁城的草丛中、红墙下,才可以确信春的来临。 夜露寒,西风起,朝来摇落满园金! 秋天,有巍峨壮阔的长城,肃穆的紫禁城,悠长的胡同,总是特别能引起深沉,幽远的感触。 秋天也是一个收获的季节,总能收获一份一份意外之喜。 紫禁城就像一坛老酒,历久弥香,时间的流逝丝毫冲不走它的韵味,反而堆积了它厚重的历史底蕴,在历史长河中愈发的熠熠生辉。 纵然历经沧桑, 却在冗长的梦境中绽放辉煌! 任凭时光荏苒,经典的也不会被磨灭,夕阳透过花窗花格,斜斜地洒落一地金色的碎片,雕花栏杆被拉长的影子兀自诉说着过去的故事,延续着中国古老技艺的传奇……

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Ciqikou-a must see spot in Chongqing,China travels

21 Feb 2014

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there is a very interesting place in Chongqing, it has the same name as a  place in Beijing, called Ciqikou (Chinese: 磁器口; pinyin: Cíqìkǒu; literally “Porcelain Port”) . the place is an ancient town in the Shapingba District of Chongqing Municipality, People’s Republic of china, originally called Longyinzhen (simplified Chinese: 龙隐镇; traditional Chinese: 龍隱鎮; pinyin:Lóngyǐnzhèn) […]

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the very recent snowing pictures of the Forbidden city

9 Feb 2014

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  It just snowing after I visit the place the next day. but some of my friends visit the Forbidden city at the snowing day, I’d like to show you some of them, what the Forbidden city looks like in the snow.   the Taihe Palace, the word comes from the Book of Changes. do […]

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Mr. Huangbo-the calligraphy teacher for Tianzhenyuan school

9 Jul 2011

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Mr. Huangbo

Mr. Huangbo 黄波老师 Calligraphy is one of the featured courses in Tianzhenyuan international school. No doubt, Mr. Huangbo gives the course the best meaning! 2000 years ago in Chinese history, the Emperor of the Qin dynasty burned the books and buried the scholars, there were many books of Chinese culture lost and disappeared for ever. […]

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Event on May 26th-Old maps and Whisky

25 May 2011

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-Enjoy fascinating stories related to maps of china, with a glass of Whisky in your hand. On the 26th of May Beijing Postcards will exhibit their own fascinating collection of old China maps at the newly opened gallery “Aluss” at Gulou Dongdajie. In the collection are several old Beijing maps. Along with the talk, will […]

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Great Wall or WOW GREAT!

19 May 2011

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What will you think if people mentioned Great Wall to you? Have you ever thought why it is addressed as GREAT WALL? Have you ever been to the GREAT WALL?  If yes, I’d like to invite you to experience everything again, if not, so come with me, to climb the GREAT WALL! In Beijing, there […]

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The Snuff Bottle-Manchu’s pipe

31 Mar 2011

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In Qing Dynasty, the Manchurian people liked smoking the snuff very much,because they are nomadic people and they cannot smoke the pipe. Therefore, snuff became their first choice. Snuff is made of the tobacco powder while mixed with mint and pearl powder. After everything is prepared, the snuff will be put into the snuff bottle. […]

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Beijing Postcards-the latest black and white pictures about Old Beijing

15 Mar 2011

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Man eating noodles 1930s. In china noodles are a symbol of longevity. The origins of noodles have been a subject of debate for many years, with Italy, China, and various Arab countries all laying claim to their invention. The 2005 discovery of 4000 year old noodles at Lajia Village (alongside the Yellow River in Qinghai […]

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Read the history of Shanghai by Shanghai postcards

14 Mar 2011

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Shanghai North Railway Station 1929. In 1876 the first railway in Shanghai was built. Despite being very popular, it was dismantled just one year later. A lethal accident turned the population against the steam “monster”, dubbed “dragonhead” by the Shanghainese. The Qing government saw no other solution than to buy up the tracks, which were […]

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Giant Buddha of Leshan and the Golden Top of Emei

6 Jan 2011

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All the people like Travel, but how many of them really understand the meaning and the culture, especially when someone travel to some mountains in china. There are some history and religous meaning behind the scenery and the buildings. Giant Buddha is the mountain, the mountain is the buddha. When you can feel peace and […]

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