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Conservation Planner in Tsinghua Cultural Heritage Conservation Center, Bachelor of Chinese Historical Architecture and Heritage, School of Archaeology and Museology, Peking University; a piano player;an HKer in Beijing. The photos posted here are taken by me and a professional photographer Gao Jun, who is also concerned about ancient architecture. Contact me: Blog: See Gao Jun's blog:

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I know this from one of the few good documentaries I've seen about covered the Northern section of the canal which otherwise is mostly ignored.

Please copy your photos of heritages from Canton to the Guangdong group=].Thank you very much!Here is the link

One of many victims of least the very good frontispice and some other works of art have been preserved...

Many people don't even see them after visiting the museum...

Well, it had some influence...:)

I'd just need a better camera to cope with the extreme conditions there. The view from the huge dune southeast of the lake is probably the most spectacular natural sight I have seen in China. (The most spectacular building remains Guanyin Pavilion of Dule Si)


It indeed looks like a Tang one.



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