Qomolangma (Everest), the main peak of the Himalayas, is the highest peak in the earth. At an altitude of 8848 meters, it is located at 86.9oE and 27.9oN. right on the east section of the Sino-Nepal border, with the north slope in Tingri County of the Tibet Autonomous Region, the people’s Republic of China, and […]
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Yellow River – – in world silt content most rivers. Yellow River, China’s mother river. If compares with the motherland the rooster which holds up the head to stand upright, Yellow River is the rooster heart’s artery. The Yellow River flow the approximately 5500 kilometers, the drainage area amounts to 795,000 square kilometers, over […]
June 1997 marked the opening of the Confederation Bridge which spans the Northumberland Strait and connects Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick. The bridge, designed and built by the international consortium Strait Crossing, is one of the most innovative engineering projects undertaken in Canada. It is the longest bridge ever constructed over ice covered water […]
Jiuzhaigou Valley Why Jiuzhaigou Valley is special? Jiuzhaigou Valley is a gift bestowed by nature in Sichuan Province, one of China’s southwestern provinces. Jiuzhaigou Valley is known for its gorgeous karst land forms and spectacular waterfalls and lakes, a place recognized as Heaven on earth. Highlights of Jiuzhaigou Valley
Taishan Mountain in Shandong was included as “World Cultural and Natural Heritage” by UNESCO in Dec 1987.
This bridge, over the river Gard, is 275 metres (900 feet) long and 49 metres (160 feet) high. It was part of an aqueduct nearly 50 kilometres (30 miles) long which supplied Nimes with water. On its first level it carries a road and at the top of the third level, a water conduit, which […]
Wuzhen lies at the north of Tongxiang City. This small town, with its black tiled and timber framework houses, contrasts sharply with its white walls and gray flagging, bringing to mind a Chinese ink and wash painting.
Brief Description The karst formation of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park has evolved since the Palaeozoic (some 400 million years ago) and so is the oldest major karst area in Asia. Subject to massive tectonic changes, the park’s karst landscape is extremely complex with many geomorphic features of considerable significance. The vast area, extending to the […]