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Snapshots from two weeks travelling around China (Hong Kong, Sichuan province, Beijing)
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My friend and I had spent the better part of a day climbing Qingcheng Shan, a UNESCO World Heritage mountain that was a cradle for Taoism. The mountain is host to dozens of temples and monasteries, and we started our trek in drizzly weather only...
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7 W 2nd Section, 1st Ring Rd, CaoTang CanYin YuLeQuan, Qingyang Qu, Chengdu Shi, Sichuan Sheng, China, 610072
A night of Chinese opera may feature singers, puppeteers, acrobats and glorious music. A night of Sichuan opera will also end with these dancers dazzling you with an array of fancy masks that they can swap out in the blink of an eye
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Temple St, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
The streets of Hong Kong and Kowloon glow at night due to all of the colorful neon signs. Areas around the street/night markets are good starting points to wander.
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The tailor's shop was easy to miss, nestled as it was inside a warren of stalls hawking cheap electronics and cheaper souvenirs. We had walked past it twice while wandering Nathan Road, dodging South Asian touts whispering offers of knock off...
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The Peak, Hong Kong
My Brothers and I at The Peak.
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Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong
The view of Kowloon from the deck of a Star Ferry. It had been 20 years since I was last in Hong Kong and it was like an old cousin that I knew as a child, who had grown and changed but was still the same person at their core.