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Every year, armies of young backpackers flock to the ancient town of Fenghuang (which literally means "Phoenix") for its rich Miao and Tujia ethnic culture. These stilted houses are the dream lodgings of Chinese art and literature lovers.

40 beautiful places to visit in China

Every year, armies of young backpackers flock to the ancient town of Fenghuang (which literally means "Phoenix") in Hunan province, for its rich Miao and Tujia ethnic culture as well as a glorious photo opportunity.

By 陈漫 (Chen Mantian).  I actually can't stand what she's wearing--I know it's not washed out denim, but I can't help seeing that every time for some reason, so it seems like she has on a completely out of place western (as in country western) blouse.  I love her face and hair, though.  Ugh!  Trying to stare until my eyes refocus and I purge all the thoughts of denim.

Floating Fish Portraiture - Chen Mantian Paints Aquatic Organisms Swimming Through Air (GALLERY)

Gathering ideas for a belated (March) Chinese New Year party for our homeschoolers

Chinese Dragon Painting

Prosperity

Every Word Tells a Story 7 - God, Gold and Gobbledygook

Amanti Art Wall Art, Goddess of Prosperity Framed Art Print - Home Decor - For The Home - Macy's

Hu Jun Di. "One of China's most important events is the passing into Autumn. The exact moment is captured beautifully and dramatically in "The Chase""

"The Chase" An amazing and hauntingly beautiful work of art and a personal favorite by artist, Hu Jun Di. "One of China's most important events is the passing of summer into Autumn. The exact moment is captured beautifully and dramatically in "The Chase"

Your love blossoms in every parts of my being, and my heart looks like a garden of roses. CHRISTA Art by Ibuki Satsuki

Chẩm Thượng Thư - Đông Hoa - Phượng Cửu (hình lớn) // I don't speak Vietnamese, but while I don't normally pin this kind of stuff, this really wouldn't go away, like the pics of 徐明浩 from 세븐틴 ㅠㅠ ugh, killmenau.

Nagasawa Rosetsu (1754–1799), Bamboo and Moon. Edo Period (1615-1867 A.D.) Hanging scroll, ink on silk  "Every day, priests minutely examine the Law  And endlessly chant complicated sutras.  Before doing that, though, they should learn  How to read the love letters sent by the wind  and rain, the snow and moon." (Ikkyu)

"Every day, priests minutely examine the Law. And endlessly chant complicated sutras. Before doing that, though, they should learn how to read the love letters sent by the wind and rain, the snow and moon.

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