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Yoga Enthusiasts Dance in Water
Yoga practicers demonstrate movements on a water-covered platform at a lake in Changsha city, capital of Central China's Hunan province, May 20, 2015.
Scenery of Guilin Lijiang River Cloaked in Fog
Lijiang River in Guilin is a famous tourist destination in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Eating on the Streets of China: Stomach Lining of a Cow
Bao du means "fried tripe," even though it's not fried at all.
Photo Exhibition on World's National Flowers in Luoyang
The 33rd Peony Culture Festival recently concluded, where the local flowers were enjoyed by many.
Relishing Peonies at the National Flower Park of China
The newly planted alpine peonies at the National Flower Park of China went into full blossom on April 29th.
Relishing Flowers at the Wangcheng Park in May
Alpine peonies were transplanted to the Wangcheng Park in three patches from late April, enabling tourists to relish them until May 5th.
Delightful Daming Palace
Today, Daming Palace is a huge 12 square kilometer park, with two thirds of its space open to the public free of charge.
Glimpse of Milan Expo 2015
Visitors take photos at South Korea Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015 in Milan, Italy, May 3, 2015.
Peony Related Products Debut in Luoyang
Yichenghuashi opened its new flagship storeore in Luoyang, on April 19th.
TV Drama on Silk Road to Start Filming in September
The drama series Ban Chao and the Silk Road, co-produced by Dolon TV of the Kyrgyz Republic and Luoyang Zhonglong Culture Communication Co., Ltd, held its opening ceremony on April 18th.
Canadian Horticultural Delegation Visits Luoyang
Steven Vasoo, a horticultural professional and columnist from Canada, and his party visited the Luoyang Shenzhou Peony Garden on April 21st.
Internet Plus Introduced into Luoyang's Restaurants and Hotels
Luoyang has introduced the Internet Plus mode to its hotels and restaurants.
Weiyang Palace
The once imperial residence of Changan City (now Xi'an, Shaanxi Province), Weiyang Palace was the largest palace ever to be constructed.
Rare Treasures to be Stars of Palace Museum's Anniversary
As part of festivities marking the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Palace Museum in Beijing, a "Long Live Celebration" show will be staged.
Artist Creates Suzhou Gardens on Leaves
A Suzhou folk artist Pang Yande has created a series of leaf paintings depicting the classical gardens of Suzhou.
CRI Journalists Enjoy Luoyang Peonies
On April 12th, Chinese and foreign journalists from CRI viewed the peonies at the National Flower Park of China.
The 33rd Peony Culture Festival Opened with the Silk Road
The 33rd Peony Culture Festival of Luoyang China opened on the evening of April 10th.
Xi'an City Wall
Xi'an is a city famous for its history, and its city wall is a robust testament to that.
Cai Lun Paper Culture Museum: A Page Out of History
In the midst of this digital age, it's all too easy to overlook the paper which is still deeply embedded into our daily lives...
Eating on the Streets of China
Episode 2: Rou Jia Mo
Sorry Lord Sandwich, but rou jia mo, also known as the Chinese hamburger, is the oldest snack on record that puts meat between two bits of bread. Originating in Shaanxi Province, it has many variants, such as the mutton version popular in Xi'an's Muslim quarter. William Wang focuses on the Chinese specialties that you do or don't want to miss.
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