Macau’s Cinematic Heritage Showcased in Photo Exhibition; Patrick Frater; Variety

Macau’s architectural heritage is showcased in a new photographic exhibition, Experience Macao Cinematic Style. It is timed to coincide with the opening today of the 3rd edition of the International Film Festival and Awards Macao. Organized by the Macao Government Tourism Office, the exhibition includes pictures taken by a 15-strong mix of professional photographers and…

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32 world-famous buildings to inspire you; Kerrie Hughes; Creative Bloq

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Ancient allure survives in Lijiang, despite commercialization; China Daily

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Discovering Suzhou, China; Monika Markovinovic; Monte Cristo Magazine

The city is known for its canals and its exquisite classical gardens.

Source: Discovering Suzhou, China

NatGeo’s 2019 best destinations include Toronto, Oman and Dakar; Malay Mail/AFP

Source: NatGeo’s 2019 best destinations include Toronto, Oman and Dakar | Malay Mail

Spectacular Sunrise in Mount Emei; Wang Qian; Women Of China

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Emei Mountain , located in Sichuan province, is one of the most famous mountains in China. It became a UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage…

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A Story About the Riding Scene in China’s Yunnan Province; Scott Rapoport; Pinkbike

This is the story of the mountain bike scene in three areas of China’s Yunnan province—Dali, Lijiang, and Baoshan. It is about the culture, the trails, the potential, and, of course, the local riders who call it home.

Source: A Story About the Riding Scene in China’s Yunnan Province – Pinkbike

Lesser-Known Wonders of the World; Marcus Li; LUXUO

Check out these UNESCO World Heritage sites that are just as phenomenal the new Seven Wonders of the World but with fewer crowds.

Source: Lesser-Known Wonders of the World – LUXUO

Silk Road’s Gansu; Ros Chanveasna; Khmer Times

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Located in the upper reaches of the famed Yellow River, northwest China’s Gansu province is well known as home of grottoes art, cultural heritage sites, magnificent natural scenery and also the key area of the ancient Silk Road route.

Source: Silk Road’s Gansu – Khmer Times

Scenery of Jiuzhaigou National Park in China’s Sichuan; Liangyu; Xinhua

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