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Hongcun, A Place that’s “Out-of-This-World” – Los Angeles Travel Photographer

Just as I was joking that kids these days won’t even know how the food that’s regularly on their plates look like (can they recognize a chicken or cow when they meet a real one?), there’s also this “other-worldly” place where you are greeted by a horse at your arrival and geese roam around the same plaza that you eat your breakfast at.  I love this small, peaceful and (needless-to-say) beautiful ancient town, that’s one of the UNESCO sites.  I obviously can’t get enough of its cute little corners (I know, I’ve said it before).

Did I mentioned that it’s one of the filming locations for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon?

©Jean (Jiaying) Huang

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2 responses

  1. Since leaving corporate life in London in 2006 I’ve travelled, worked, volunteered and lived in over 90 countries. Highlights so far would be driving along the Silk Road from Beijing to Istanbul, a complete circuit of South America and volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in Costa Rica. I’m currently back in Beijing, as a base to visit more of Asia and attempt to learn Mandarin.

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    November 8, 2012 at 6:16 PM

    • Good for you! Your travels seem very interesting! And I’m glad that you’ve enjoyed your trips in China. Have a great time in Beijing and good luck with Mandarin – I’m sure you’ll get a hang of it pretty soon once you are immersed in the environment.

      BTW, why does your website appear to be a spam site?

      Jean

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      November 21, 2012 at 2:27 PM

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