Temple of the Moon (Xi Yue Temple)

, Photo 1: Temple of the Moon (Xi Yue Temple), Beijing         Also known as Xi Yue Temple, Temple of the Moon is located on the west side of Nanlishi Road in the Xicheng District, it is one of the famous Five Altars and Eight Temples, Temple of the Moon was built in the 9th year of Jiajing of Ming Dynasty (1531). Photo 2: Tranquil Moon Chamber in Temple

Lion Bridge(Shi zi qiao)

Photo 1: Lion Bridge(Shiziqiao), Taste Local-flavor Snacks with Nanjing Characteristics         Nanjing Lion Bridge Pedestrian Food Street is located in the middle section of Hunan Road, with a total length of 330 meters. Various restaurants on both sides have the architectural characteristics of the Qing Dynasty, Lion Bridge Food Street is one of the prosperous areas of Nanjing. Photo 2: Lion Bridge(Shi Zi Qiao)         There is a

Fragrant Hill Park

Photo 1: Fragrant Hill Park, Beijing         Located on the east side of West Mountain in the northwest suburb of Beijing, 20 km away from the city. Photo 2: Fragrant Hill Park          Fragrant Hill Park covers an area of 1.6 million square meters, the cultural relics are abundant. Photo 3: Snow Scene of Western Hills in Fine Days (Xi Shan Qing Xue), Fragrant Hill Park Photo 4: Azure

Xuanwu Lake,China

Photo 1: Xuanwu Lake Park, the Largest City Park in the South of the Yangtze River         Xuanwu Lake is located in the city of Nanjing, at the foot of Zhongshan Mountain, and is connected to the urban area by Xuanwu Gate and Jiefang Gate. The shore of Xuanwu Lake is diamond shaped with a circumference of about 15 kilometers. Photo 2: Xuanwu Lake, Part of the Nanjing

Xishiku Church

Photo 1: Xishiku Church, Beijing         Xishiku Church is located in the north side of Xi’an Gate Avenue, also known as North Church. There is a platform in front of the church, surrounded by white marble railings on three sides. Photo 2: Jesus Good Shepherd Powerdekor on the Top of the Front Side of Xishiku Church          A white marble stone is inlaid on the top of the front side

Temple of Reclining Buddha

Photo 1: The Temple of Reclining Buddha( Wofo Temple), Beijing         The Temple of Reclining Buddha was built in the early years of Zhenguan of the Tang Dynasty. Photo 2: the Glazed Arch in The Temple of Reclining Buddha( Wofo Temple) Photo 3:  Gate Hall (Shan Men Hall) in The Temple of Reclining Buddha         It is located in the Beijing Botanical Garden, old trees are towering in

Wangfujing Street

Photo 1:  Wangfujing Street, Beijing         Wangfujing Street has a history of several hundreds years, enjoys the reputation of “Golden Street” , its south end is close to Chang’an Avenue, because there is a sweet-water well on the street, it was named Wangfujing Street. Photo 2:  Wangfujing Street , “Golden Street” with a History of Several Hundreds Years         Wangfujing Street is 810 meters

Kunqu Opera,Suzhou

Photo 1: Kunqu Opera, a Drama with Amazing Jiangnan Culture Charm, Presents an Opportunity to Experience the Characteristic Culture of the Ancient City Suzhou         Suzhou Kunqu has a long-standing reputation and is a wonderful flower in the Chinese Quyi Flower Garden. Photo 2: Kunqu Opera is Known as the Gem of Opera Art         Kunqu Opera is a treasure in Chinese traditional culture and art. It is a kind of

The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, Beijing

, Photo 1: Temple of Heaven, Beijing         Temple of Heaven is the world ‘s largest buildings for worshiping heaven , was originally the place where the emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties worship heaven, was built in the eighteen year of Yongle,Ming Dynasty(1420). Photo 2: The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, Temple of Heaven Photo 3: Indoor Scenes of The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests      

Wang Zhoushi

, Photo 1: Suzhou Pingtan, Known as “Pearl of Jiangnan”         Suzhou Pingtan is a kind of local folk art sung and performed in Suzhou dialect. It is a kind of Talk-and-sing art originated in Suzhou. It is very popular in the Jiangnan area and is commonly known as “storytelling.” Suzhou Pingtan is a general term for Pinghua and Tanci. Pinghua only says but does not sing, Tanci says and sings, the actors play and sing by themselves, and