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Hoh Xil
China Travel Guide - Travel in Qinghai

Hoh Xil
Hoh Xil (kě kě xī lǐ 可可西里), which means "beautiful girl" in Mongolian, is one of the main sources of the Yangtze River and encompasses an area of 83,000 square kilometers between the Tanggula and Kunlun Mountains in the northwestern part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. It is China's largest and the world's third largest uninhabited area. Being the paradise for wildlife and home to more than 230 species of wild animals, Hoh Xil has twenty of them under state protection, including the wild yak, the Tibetan antelope, the wild donkey, the white-lip deer, and the brown bear.
 
Hoh Xil, the last fairyland of wild lives in China, is one of the most primitive and well-preserved natural environment in the world. Moreover, it is the largest natural reserve area in China with highest altitude. Because of the high altitude and fierce weather, it is impossible for people to live there, and this is the very reason why Hoh Xil is the paradise of wild lives.

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Shapotou - Mystery of Desert
China Travel Guide - Travel in Ningxia

Shapotou

Shapotou (shā pō tóu 沙坡头), situated in Zhongwei (zhōng wèi 中卫) County, lies on the north bank of the Yellow Riverwhere it crosses the southeastern border of the Tengger Desert (téng gé lǐ shā mò 腾格里沙漠). Administratively it falls under Ningxia Hui Autonomous (níng xià huí zú zì zhì qū 宁夏回族自治区) Region-some 150 km (93 miles) south of Yinchuan City (yín chuān shì 银川市). Shapotou Tourism Area is regarded as one of the five most beautiful deserts in China, and is widely recognized as the Capital of Sand. Standing on the sand hill, one can see the desert extending to the north, and to the south, a boundless oasis. Both the grandeur of the north of China and the elegance of the south come together in this lovely place. Map

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Secrets of Mysterious Face-changing
Learn Chinese - History and Culture

         

Have u watched the Chinese movie King of Masks?
In the movie, Master Wang has a different face for every day and every town. Wearing an odd piece of headgear, Wang (Zhu Xu) can whip a colorful demon-style silk mask across his face within seconds, and then change that visage in an instant.

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三顾茅庐 (sān gù máo lú)
Learn Chinese - Chinese Idiom

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In the third century, China was divided into three kingdoms: Wei (wèi guó 魏国) in the north, Shu (shǔ guó 蜀国) in the southwest and Wu (wú guó 吴国) in the southeast. Shu was a weak state.

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Table Manners in China
China Living Tips - Communication & Others

Of course, the main difference on the Chinese dinner table is chopsticks instead of knife and fork, but that's only superficial. Besides, in decent restaurants, you can always ask for a pair of knife and fork, if you find the chopsticks not helpful enough. The real difference is that in the West, you have your own plate of food, while in China the dishes are placed on the table and everyone shares. If you are being treated to a formal dinner and particularly if the host thinks you're in the country for the first time, he will do the best to give you a taste of many different types of dishes.
The meal usually begins with a set of at least four cold dishes, to be followed by the main courses of hot meat and vegetable dishes. Soup then will be served (unless in Guangdong style restaurants) to be followed by staple food ranging from rice, noodles to dumplings. If you wish to have your rice to go with other dishes, you should say so in good time, for most of the Chinese choose to have the staple food at last or have none of them at all.

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Taiyuan University of Technology
Study in China - Colleges and Universities

Taiyuan University of Technology can have its history traced all the way back to Western Learning School of National Shanxi Grand Academy, which was established in 1902 as one of the earliest universities in china. With the history of 100 years, it is now a modern general university, which is majored in engineering, conjoined by engineering and sciences, and harmonized with many other disciplines. Taiyuan University of Technology is the only university in Shanxi Province that is nominated as one of the top 100 universities by the national higher education program---211 Project. It is also one of the five key universities in Central China.

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