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The Chongsheng Monastery and The Three Pagodas

The Three Pagodas first built in Tang Dynasty are located 1 kilometer northwest of Dali Ancient Town at the foot of Yingle Peak, which...

Cormorants fishing at Erhai Lake

In the backlit skies above Erhai Lake, a century’s old ballet of sky and water takes place each morning.洱海 Erhai Lake, Dali, YunnanThe lake,...

Cangshan Mountain

Cangshan Mountain in Dali Prefecture along with Erhai has two significant sceneries. The elevation of Malong peak, the highest peak of Cangshan Mountain, is...

Trip to Dali, the ancient land of the Bai People

Once, during the Tang Dynasty, Dali was the capital of the Nanzhao Kingdom. Later, during the Song Dynasty, the town became the capital of...

Traditional Bai Spring Festival in Yunnan

Every year Bai people in Heqing celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year."Baizu are one of the ethnic minorities in China. Although most Bai people...

Traditional Dragon Dance images in Heqing, Yunnan

Traditional Dragon Dance performed by Bai elderly people in Heqing, Dali Prefecture, Yunnan.Dancers are called by local people to bring good luck for...

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