Beautiful scenic photos of Tibet are a controversial matter. Posting them on Twitter will often lead to rebuke from vocal activists who argue that they gloss over the realities of Chinese rule: Typical #Tool used by #China...
by Sophia Cao | Dec 26, 2007
This photographer says he is a melancholy person, which is reflected in his photos. After he came back home, he could not forget the beautiful scenes and stop talking about Tibet, religion and the essence of life with friends. In part 1, he shows the landscapes of Tibet. In this part, he gives us more […]
by Sophia Cao | Dec 23, 2007
Mount Everest is a place many Chinese dream of visiting. The mountain is especially popular amongst modern urbanites who are struggling with daily work and want to relax in a natural, holy place. Below is a group of photos of Mount Everest, taken by a netizen on Tianya.com who spent 30 days on and around […]
by Sophia Cao | Nov 17, 2007
The Detian Waterfall is over 200 meters wide and has a drop of more than 70 meters. Its water rushes down a three-tiered cliff with tremendous force. It is the largest waterfall in Asia, and the second largest transnational waterfall in the world, connecting with a waterfall in Vietnam.
by Sophia Cao | Mar 30, 2007
From Gil Azouri Photo Gallery: The following photos were taken by Gil Azouri in China. These beautiful scenes of China are rich in color and natural wonder. [Click to see more photos] Waterfalls in Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan.
by Xiao Qiang | Mar 3, 2007
From thrillingwonder blog: Amateur travel photography in China reaches new heights, as this site clearly shows. The splendor of the land complemented by growing skills and technology makes for a fascinating viewing. Here are a few samples:
by Xiao Qiang | Nov 21, 2005
Danxia landscape, Xinning, Hunan province; via duoweinews.com.
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