Cangzhou City, referred to as "Cang", is the province of Hebei Province, is located in the southeastern part of Hebei Province, east of the Bohai Sea, north of Beijing and Tianjin, south of Shandong, Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal runs through the urban area, due to the East Bohai named For the sea of the state. 240 kilometers away from the capital Beijing, 120 kilometers away from Tianjin, 221 kilometers from the provincial capital Shijiazhuang. The city administer 2 District 10 County 4 City, with a total area of 14,000 square kilometers. At the end of 2016, the household population was 779.54 million.
Cangzhou City is the State Council to determine the economic open area, one of the coastal open cities, but also petrochemical base and the north of important land and sea transport hub, is the Bohai Sea Economic Zone and Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei metropolitan area an important part. Cangzhou territory Cangzhou iron lion, Xianxian Han tomb group, Botou mosque, Haifeng town ruins, Ji Xiaolan cemetery, Xianxian single bridge, Huanghua ancient gourd garden, seven national key cultural relics protection units, the city has Baiyangdian, is The largest freshwater lake in North China



Chamdo is located in the Kham region of east Tibet. Chamdo is an 11 county prefecture as well as a county and a town. For this post, I will talk about the town of Chamdo. Chamdo lies 105kms east of Riwoche, 305kms west of Dege and 285kms south of Nangchen. The large town of Chamdo now has well over 65,000 people and is one of the largest towns on the Tibetan Plateau. The town sits at the confluence of the Ngom River and the Mekong River at an elevation of 3300m / 10,825 feet above sea level.

Few foreign travelers make it to Chamdo. The biggest reason is that all foreigners need to be part of an organized tour in order to travel to the area. Independent travel to this region is not allowed and strictly enforced. The price of a tour from Lhasa to Chamdo is not cheap so few people make it there. A trip going from Lhasa to Chamdo and back normally takes about 2 weeks. Though this area see few foreign tourists, it is still a great place to visit. The hilltop monastery of Galden Jampaling dominates the towns skyline. There are around 1200 monks living there. The Gelukpa sect monastery was founded around the mid-15th century by a disciple of Tsongkhapa.

昌都位于西藏的坎姆地区。昌都是一个11县县以及一个县和一个镇。对于这个职位,我会谈谈昌都镇。昌都位于Riwoche以东105公里,Dege以西305公里,南and南285公里。昌都现在的大都市有6.5万多人,是青藏高原最大的城镇之一。镇位于Ngom河和湄公河交汇处,海拔3300米/ 10,825英尺。

几乎没有外国旅客前往昌都。最大的原因是所有外国人都需要参加有组织的旅游活动才能前往该地区。不允许和严格执行到该地区的独立旅行。从拉萨到昌都的旅行价格并不便宜,所以很少有人在那里。从拉萨到昌都和返回的旅行通常需要2个星期。虽然这个地区看不到外国游客,但还是一个很棒的地方。 Galden Jampaling的山顶修​​道院占据了城市的天际线。约有1200名僧侣住在那里。 Gelukpa教派修道院成立于十五世纪中叶,由宗喀巴大师。



Chinese Name: 常德市 (cháng dé shì)
Population: 6,010,500  
Area: 18,190 square kilometers (7,023 square miles) 
Nationalities: Han 

Location: Changde lies in the north of Hunan Province, separated from Yiyang by West Dongting Lake in the east. It neighbors Zhangjiajie in the west and Hubei Province is just adjacent to its north.  

Administrative Division: 2 districts - Wuling and Dingcheng; 6 counties (Anxiang, Hanshou, Lixian, Linli Taoyuan, Shimen); 1 county-level city - Jinshi  

Taohuayuan (Land of Peach Blossom)
In China, Taohuayuan is synonymous with Eden and Utopia, an ever-beautiful place without any external disturbances that has inspired numerous eminent writers and poets of successive dynasties. It originated in the Jin Dynasty (265-420) and reached its prosperity during the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties. The Yuanjiang River flows though the scenic area, endowing the countryside with both elegance and excitement.


位置:常德位于湖南省北部,东临西洞庭湖与益阳分离。 邻近张家界西湖,湖北省毗邻北部。

行政区:2区 - 武陵,定城; 6县(安乡,汉寿,L县,林立桃园,石门); 1县级市 - 金石

在中国,陶华园是伊甸园和乌托邦的代名词,是一个没有任何外部干扰的永恒美丽的地方,激发了许多知名作家和连续朝代的诗人。 起源于金朝(265-420),在唐(618-907),宋(960-1279)朝代达到繁荣。 Yuan江流经风景优美,风景优美,风景优美


Full Name: Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture
Chinese Name: 昌吉回族自治州 (chāng jí huí zú zì zhì zhōu)
Location: Situated in the center of Xinjiang, Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture is bounded on the east by Urumqi and Hami in neighborhood of Turpan in the south, while Mongolia lies to the northeast of the prefecture.

Population : 1,700,000  
Area: 73,660 square kilometers (28,440 square miles) 
Nationalities: Hui, Han
Administrative Division: four counties (Hutubi, Manas, Qitai, Jimsar); one autonomous county (Mori Kazak Autonomous County); two county-level cities (Changji, Fukang)  
Seat of the Prefecture Government: No.10, North Yan'an Road

Heavenly Lake, like a silver mirror, lies in the valleys below Bogda Peak, and was included into the Bogda Biosphere Reserve in 1990. The lake water is supplied by the melting ice and snow running off the surrounding peaks, and remains cold even in midsummer. Consequently, the lake is a well-known summer resort for the people of Xinjiang.

Bogda Peak: It is the highest peak in the eastern part of the Tianshan Mountain range. Situated in the south of Fukang County it has an altitude of 5,445 meters (17,864 feet). The distances as the crow flies, from the peak to Urumqi and the Fukang county seat, are 60 and 49 kilometers (37 and 31 miles) respectively. It is one of the fifteen peaks of Xinjiang open to tourists.
There are two optional routes for the climb to Bogda Peak.
Route one: Tianchi Lake – Xiao Donggoukou – Da Dongkoukou – Sangecha Daban – Bogda Peak
Route two: Sigonghe – Lixing Daban – Bogda Peak

 Multicolored Bay (or Five Colored Bend): It is located in the north of Jimusar County, Changji Autonomous District, in the Gurbantunggut Desert. Covering an area of 3 sq kilometers (1.2 square miles), it has a typical wind erosion physiognomy and is believed to be the most beautiful one of its kind in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Various colors in the bay account for its name. It is multicolored because of the burning of coal. Once a thick coal seam was formed under this area, and millions of years later, the coal seam was exposed and then burned by lightening and sunlight. Sintered rocks having different mineral substances piled up and this hilly area became multicolored with reddish brown as its main hue. Hills and rocks of Multicolored Bay have various shapes. Using imagination, you will find some look like pythons, while others resemble lions, ladies and pagodas. One of the hills is like a beauty wearing colorful clothes, while the hill snuggling up to it looks like a girl.

Visitors are advised to spend a night in Multicolored Bay. Responding to changes of sunlight, Multicolored Bay presents different scenery at different times. At noon, the bay is extremely hot as if the big fire extinguished for tens of thousands of years is rekindled. The colors of the hills generally become lighter in the direct rays of sunlight. The whole bay is like a nebulous picture, kindling everyone’s boundless imagination. At nightfall, Multicolored Bay becomes bright and colorful. The glowing sky blends well with the colored bay. The whole bay seems lit by the sun, and starts burning again. In the morning sun, the bay is enveloped in colored ribbons. To be in it is like a sweet dream.

Multicolored Bay not only has an impressive landscape, but also abounds in oil, gold, agate, iron, zinc and other mineral deposits. Wild asses, pheasants and other animals live in the vegetated area.




路线一:天池湖 - 小东沟口 - 大东口口 - Sangecha Daban - 博格达峰
路线二:西贡河 - 立兴大班 - 博格达峰





Location: Situated in the river valley along the lower reaches of the Xiang River, Changsha is the capital city of Hunan Province.

During the Spring and Autumn Period (770 B.C. - 476 B.C.), the area developed into an important town within the State of Chu, one of the seven warring states that existed before China's unification by Emperor Qin. After Emperor Qin, the first feudal emperor in China's history, unified the country, the town was set up as a county and later became the capital city of a state in the early Han Dynasty (206 B.C. - 220).

In the dynasties that followed, Changsha experienced several expansions and during Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), it has developed into the political, economic and cultural center of Hunan Province.

Although not as ancient a capital city as Beijing, Nanjing or Xian, Changsha also has rich historical heritages including old wall remains, tomb sites, religious temples and buildings. What earns the city its reputation among visitors are two things. One is a great man in recent history, Chairman Mao Zedong and the other is Yuelu Academy, a time-honored academic school perched on the scenic Mt. Yuelu. Originally built in 976 during the Song Dynasty, the academy school survived through the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties and is considered to be the cradle of Huxiang Culture, simply means the culture school in Hunan Province. Orange Isle, which is 1.2 miles (2 km) from the East Gate of Mt. Yuelu, is also worthy visiting.

Mawangdui Han Tombs found in the eastern suburb of Changsha is a family graveyard from the early Han Dynasty. The most fantastic historical relic should be the well-preserved mummified remains of a Western Han Dynasty woman excavated from the tombs. Some of thousands of relics unearthed include silk products, paintings, lacquer works, potteries, bamboo slips used for writing, weapons and herbs, all of which are exhibited in Hunan Provincial Museum.

Mt. Shaoshan, about 130 kilometers south-west of Changsha is the hometown of Chairman Mao Zedong. Today, the village has become a memorial place for Chinese people to remember this extraordinary man. People erected a statue of the Chairman and have preserved the houses he lived as a tourist site. A museum and other memorial spots in the scenic area create a kind of solemn atmosphere. Many Chinese come to pay respect and visit here during the memorial days.

Changsha was home to other revolutionary leaders including Liu Shaoqi, Huyaobang and former Chinese prime minister, Zhu Rongji. Therefore, it acts as a good place to learn more about China's recent history. Huaminglou, the hometown of Liu Shaoqi, has also been opened to the public.


春秋时期(770B.C.-476 B.C.),该地区发展成为楚国之前的重要城镇,这是秦皇帝统一前存在的七个交战国之一。中国历史上第一个封建皇帝秦皇帝统一后,成立为一个县,后来成为汉初的首府(206 B.C.-220)。








Resident People:
The population of Changzhi City is 3,120,000, among which the agricultural population is 2,420,000, and the nonagricultural population is 700,000. Males are 1,610,000, and females are 1,510,000.In the year of 2000,the birth rate was 17¡ë.The natural increasing rate was 10¡ë.The population in the urban area is 610,000. The majority are Han people. The main minority are Hui people. The population of Hui nationality is 19,000.The population of minorities accounts for 0.6 per cent of the total.

General Information:
Changzhi, city in northern China, in Shanxi Province, is a transportation and industrial center. Manufactures include iron and steel and machinery; coal, iron ore, and asbestos are mined nearby. 
230km from Taiyuan and 650km from Beijing, it has become centralized with politics, finance, culture, traffic and commodities in the southeast of Shanxi Province. Being the base of energy, heavy and chemical industries of the country and with the development of the mineral resources as the leading industry, it is regarded as a medium comprehensive industrial city. 
An ancient city, dating from at least the Shang (Yin) dynasty (1600?-1050? BC), Changzhi was known as Luan until 1912.

Changzhi Tourism:
Changzhi is one of the cradles of China's ancient culture with many scenic spots, historical sites and natural landscapes. Several ancient legends are said to have happened here, for example "Jingwei filled the sea", "Nuwa mended the sky", "Houyi shot the suns", "Yugong removed the mountains" and "Shennong held the meeting". Linkong Mountain is a summer resort with lovely scenery. The tourist spots are Huangya Cave, Baiyun Cave, Baigu Mountain, Zituan Mountain, Guangzhi Mountain, Xiantang Mountain, Taihang Mountain Large Gorge, Laoding Mountain Forest Park etc. The historical sites are Shangdang Gate, Town God's Temple, Guanyin Temple, Faxing Temple, Yuanqi Temple, Jindeng Temple and Tiantai Nunnery. All these form the sole tourist resources with Changzhi characteristics.

Changzhi Attractive points:
Pujiu Temple
The temple lies on a mound, 12 kilometers northwest of the county seat of Yongji. The temple is where the story of Western Chamber, a famous opera of the Yuan Dynasty, took place. The construction of the temple dates back to the times of Wuzetian, the woman emperor of the Tang Dynasty (618-907). The huge original structure was destroyed in wars and earthquakes over a long period of 1,000 years. Yingying Tower in the temple was rebuilt in the Ming Dynasty. Pujiu Temple has regained its splendor after renovations in recent years.
Tangkaiyuan Iron Cattle
The iron cattle, seen as a national treasure, were excavated in 1989 in Yongji County. According to historical records, the icon cattle were cast for the construction of a bridge under the order of Li Longji, an emperor of the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Compared with others unearthed, these cattle not only rank first in size, weight and age, they are also some of the most exquisite relics unearthed up to now.
Huangya Cave
Huangya, or Yellow Cliff Cave, lies 30 kilometers north the county seat of Licheng. Appearing like it is hanging on the cliff of a yellow mountain, it was named Yellow Cliff Cave. The natural cave is 20 meters long, 20 meters wide and 60 meters deep. The surrounding natural environment and unusual cliffs make for a beautiful landscape. During the War of Resistance against Japan (1937-45), it was used as an arsenal for the Eighth Route Army of China. In a historic battle here Chinese troops defeated the Japanese army.