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A day trip to Xitang Water Village - Jiashan County - Zhejiang Province - PRC - January 2013

Xitang Ancient Town – a day trip from Hangzhou

I was visiting Zhejiang Province which is on the Eastern coast of China, for work, when I decided to stay a couple more days and arranged a bus trip to Xitang which is about an hour and half from Hangzhou (the capital of Zhejiang).   385 more words

Travels Inside China

The Chinese government cutting down virtually every cross in region as part of 'alienating crackdown'

LOWER DAFEI VILLAGE, China — About a dozen Catholics wept and sang hymns outside their church as a man climbed to the top of the building and sliced off its steel cross with a cutting torch. 1,452 more words


'Bumps' in the Night: Prostitutes Mistaken for Ghosts

We all know the classical signs of a haunting by a ghost: Strange noises, cold spots, feelings of dread and the occasional item thrown.

However, as some in the  240 more words

Ghosts & Hauntings

Zhuge Family Village (Eight Diagrams Village)

As part of our ongoing explorations of Jinhua and its tourist attractions, we were given the opportunity to visit the Zhuge Family Village, also known as the Eight Diagrams Village. 736 more words


Incredible!! Chinese Man Dresses Like A Cop To Get Friend Out Of Jail

A Chinese man has been arrested for putting on full police attire before walking into a police station and trying to secure his friend’s release. 178 more words


One of the Most Popular Tourist Attractions in China: West Lake

West Lake, located in Hangzhou, is considered to be one of the most recognized tourist attractions in all of China. Of course, many people don’t give it as much attention as The Great Wall or The Forbidden City, which places its rank near #10 with attractions such as The Pudong Skyline, Terracotta Army, Potala Palace and others above it. 697 more words


Robert Fulford: Religion and modern China have seldom been on good terms. Now, it's coming to a head in Wenzhou

Wenzhou, a port city in Zhejiang Province, between the mountains and the East China Sea, is often called the Jerusalem of China. It earned that description because it has more Christians per capita than anywhere else in the country. 748 more words

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