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Rainbow Mountains in China. Pictures a trip to China in 2014. Amazing area with unique colours in the nature. The formation of Zhangye Danxai Landform dates back to 6 million years ago. The Danxia geological structure was formed by the erosion of red sandstone, forming the isolated peaks and steep outcrops. Its special geological structure, combined with long-term weathering, freeze-thaw peeling, and wind and water erosion gave rise to its present appearance. Photo by Jon Hilmarsson

Fisherman & cormorant , Guilin , China by Hamni juni on 500px

from Lauren Without Fear

Lazy Girl's Guide to Mandarin Chinese - Survival Skills

Lazy Girl's Guide to Mandarin Chinese - free, easy quick-start guide for total beginners and newbies. learn survival language skills for a short trip or quick visit to China or Taiwan! This vital vocab is enough for you to get by in Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Taipei, Shenzhen, Chengdu, etc without spending money or too much time. Simple conversation, easy words, vocabulary blog blogger skills survive blog blogger vlog vlogger necessary vital imperative needed important phrases…

Gate to the Great Wall, Beijing, China by Marcus

Magical Rainbow Mountains at the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu , China

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Yehliu geopark

Red stone valley in Yuntaishan Subpark Some great colours mainly greens and stone but also a great ariel shot

from The Blonde Abroad

Ten Tips for Your First Trip to China

China is a fascinating country, with centuries of rich history and culture. But it can be quite the culture shock on your first trip! Sometime during your visit, you’ll have to deal with smog, chopsticks, and government bureaucracy. Just stay informed and be prepared, and you’ll have a stress-free vacation.


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Direction Leshan, pour voir le Grand Bouddha. C'est une statue monumentale de Bouddha taillée dans la falaise du mont Lingyun, sur la rive est de la rivière Min dans la région du mont Emei, au Sichuan.

Lantern Night in Taiwan (TravelPlans: Visit countries that may not exist in 10-20 years. ex. Taiwan [China], Palestine [Israel], Haiti [DR or US Territory?] & Kiribati, +more)

It's hard to choose an image that epitomises Lijiang. It's an old Chinese village that stole my heart each time I visited. It's a world heritage site, and is an exquisite combination of old architecture over trickling streams and water ways in this Venice of China.