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12 Hidden Treasures of Paris

Belleville was once a village that provides wine to the central Paris, but now, it turned livelier with its own Chinatown, artistic quarter and a melting pot of different cultures. You will find Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and French restaurants and Bistros all around Belleville with significantly lower prices than anywhere else in the capital.

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Shengsi, an archipelago of almost 400 islands at the mouth of China’s Yangtze river, holds a secret shrouded in time – an abandoned fishing village being reclaimed by nature. These photos by Tang Yuhong, a creative photographer based in Nanning, take us into this lost village on Goqui island.

Shengsi, an archipelago of almost 400 islands at the mouth of China’s Yangtze river, holds a secret shrouded in time – an abandoned fishing village being reclaimed by nature. These photos by Tang Yuhong, a creative photographer based in Nanning, take us into this lost village on Goqui island.

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Some local Londoner's give you their favourite pleases to eat out from British to Chinese.

Some local Londoner's give you their favourite pleases to eat out from British to Chinese.

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The 22 Most Beautiful Places in the World

Forbidden City, Beijing, China. Located in the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City was the imperial palace of China's emperors for five centuries and is one of the most beautifully preserved examples of ancient Chinese architecture.

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Shisendo built by a former samurai named Ishikawa Jōzan (1583-1672) in 1641. Jozan devoted the later part of his life to studies, mostly Chinese classics and garden architecture. Jozan selected the name "Shisen-do" after the 36 classic Chinese poets portraits he had hanging in his study. These portraits are still visible today. Shisen-do is a lovely place with two main somewhat distinct features: the villa and the gardens. Due to a short but steep slope between them, they are almost…

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Shisendo built by a former samurai named Ishikawa Jōzan (1583-1672) in 1641. Jozan devoted the later part of his life to studies, mostly Chinese classics and garden architecture. Jozan selected the name "Shisen-do" after the 36 classic Chinese poets portraits he had hanging in his study. These portraits are still visible today. Shisen-do is a lovely place with two main somewhat distinct features: the villa and the gardens. Due to a short but steep slope between them, they are almost…

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Devils Punchbowl Waterfall, near Arthur's Pass, Southern Alps, South Island, New Zealand.. The route from Christchurch to 'The West Coast', Greymouth, Hokitika, etc. Bill ✔️. (curation & caption: @BillGP)

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