The gambling industry generates only in Macau over the 40% of its GDP and 70% of Macau's government income. Table of contents Gambling in China Gambling in Hong Kong Gambling in Macau History of gambling in Macau Main Games ...
Not far from Xiamen, about four hours by bus, surrounded by Southern Fujian hills, Yongding county hosts many Hakka roundhouses. Tulou and nearby area are a perfect example of this architectural style. Fujian Tulou is a property of 46 buildings...
The Thousand Buddha Grottoes (千佛洞) form a system of 492 temples 25 km southeast of Dunhuang. The Mogao Caves along with Longmen Grottoes and Yungang Grottoes are the three famous ancient Buddhist sculptural sites of China. Situated at a...
One hundred years of Chinese history condensed in 75 amazing pictures recently restored. From late Qing dynasty to the foreign concessions in China: noblemen, courtesans and common people, miners, ethnic minorities, the civil war, famines, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai,...
Koro, known as shrinking penis (or testicles, scrotum or vulva in case of a female patient), is a folk illness or culture-bound syndrome specific to some countries in Southeast Asia, once particularly widespread among the Chinese of the south...
Baron Roman Ungern von Sternberg (Roman Fedorovich Ungern von Shternberg), also known by the epithet Mad Baron (or Black Baron ; January 22, 1886, September 15, 1921), fought the White Movement during the Russian Civil War and later was...
Guyaju ruins are a group of houses carved out of rock. The ruins are known as the largest site of Northern China showing ancient cave dwellings. They located in the village Dongmenying, near the city of Zhangshanying, in Yanqing...
The five- thousand-year Chinese culture, over the centuries has produced hundreds of legends about monsters, ghosts, demons and spirits. Many of these demons and ghosts influenced Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore folklore. Let's see below some of the main...
The photographs, taken in early 1979, depict mostly Chinese soldiers; however there are also some  few Vietnamese soldiers images. China launched the offensive in response to Vietnam's invasion and occupation of Cambodia in 1978 which ended the rule of...
The Tomb of Hai Rui in Haikou on Hainan Island was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution by gangs of angry kids (later, the red guards) against the symbols of the past. In this case the fault of Hai Rui, an...
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