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      Qibao Ancient Town
      China Travel Guide - Travel in Shanghai

      Qibao Ancient Town

      Located in the center of Minhang District (mǐn háng qǖ 閔行區) of Shanghai, only 18 kilometers from the downtown area, Qibao Ancient Town can satisfy your curiosity about ancient water townships without the bother of either long distance or the rush of crowds.

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      Luding Bridge
      China Travel Guide - Travel in Sichuan

         Luding Bridge
      Luding Bridge
      (lú dìng qiáo 瀘定橋) is located in Ganzi Zang Autonomous Prefecture (gān zī cáng zú zì zhì zhōu 甘孜藏族自治州) of Sichuan Province (sì chuān shěng 四川省). It was originally built in 1705 during the Reign of Emperor Kangxi (kāng xī dì 康熙帝) in Qing Dynasty (qīng cháo 清朝), and completed in 1706. It became famous after the Long March (cháng zhēng 長征).

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      Buddhism in China
      Learn Chinese - History and Culture

      Early History of Buddhism in China
      Buddhism (fó jiào 佛教)?is the most important religion in China. Buddhism was introduced from India into China in 6th Century AD. One of the Hen Emperors sent a mission to the west of China and brought back the scriptures (jīng wén 經文), Indian monks and the images of Buddha. Since then Chinese translation was made available and the further exchange of scholars among altChina, India and other Asian countries brought about the rapid development of Buddhism in China. Buddhist monasteries (xiū dào yuàn 修道院) and temples were built to promote the Buddhism and some of the Emperors were also the followers of Buddhism. Buddhism, just like Confucianism (rú jiào 儒教) and Taoism (dào jiào 道教), guides people to behave, to be honest and responsible. It promotes harmony and peaceful mind, sharing and compassion. Buddhists never force people into their belief. Buddhism emphasizes in "awakening of mind". Through learning, one will develop intellectual capacity to the fullest so as to understand, to love and be kind to other beings.

      Buddhism does not believe in God. It believes in People. In Buddhist teaching, there is no aggressive promotion of Buddhism or strong rejection of other religions. All these make Buddhism fall into the same scope of Confucianism and Taoist. Its ability to co-exist with any other religions makes it being developed into one of the largest religions in China.

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      一失足成千古恨,再回首是百年身
      Learn Chinese - Chinese Proverbs

      Chinese proverbs

      shī
      chéng
      qiān
      hèn,
      zài
      huí
      shǒu
      shì
      bǎi
      nián
      shēn
      恨,

      One single slip brings eternal regret. When looking back, you will find that your whole life has passed away.

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      Expatriate Life in China: How to Get Driver’s License
      China Living Tips - Legal Related

       

      To drive or not to drive? That is the question for many expatriates living in China. Most visitors find they have enough trouble surviving Chinese traffic without actually taking the wheel. If you don’t want to give up the convenience of driving by yourself in mainland China, the information below will be quite helpful.

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      Northwestern Polytechnical University
      Study in China - Colleges and Universities

      Northwestern Polytechnical University is China’s only research-oriented, multi-disciplinary, and international university of science and technology, which simultaneously excels at Aeronautics, Astronautics, and Marine Engineering. The University emphasizes science and technology, while harmoniously developing the fields of management, humanities, economics, and law. 

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