Witnessing China's Evolution_A Photo Journey with Mike Emery
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Witnessing China’s Evolution: A Photo Journey with Mike Emery

The Faces of 1980s China: Unearthing China’s Past through Photography Mike Emery is an Australian photographer known for his compelling collection of images capturing a critical … Read more

AI China Assistant
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Introducing AI China Assistant: Your Companion for Chinese Culture and Language Exploration

In our increasingly interconnected world, understanding different cultures, languages, and histories is more important than ever. With China’s rich history and profound influence, gaining insights … Read more

Deborah Taussig-Boehner and Lauren Housman, Authors of The Suitcase
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A Conversation with Authors Deborah Taussig-Boehner and Lauren Housman, Authors of The Suitcase

Discover the story behind ‘The Suitcase,’ a captivating journey through history, as authors Taussig-Boehner & Housman share their insights. Deborah Taussig-Boehner and Lauren Housman are … Read more

Baron Roman Ungern von Sternberg, The Mad Baron
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Baron Roman Ungern von Sternberg, The Man Who Would Be Mongolian Emperor

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, … Read more

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1000 Years Old Houses Carved out of Rock: Guyaju Ruins

Guyaju ruins are a group of houses carved out of the rock. The ruins are known as the largest site of Northern China showing ancient … Read more

Beijing Underground City
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Beijing Underground City

The Underground City (Chinese: 地下城; pinyin: Dìxià Chéng), also known as Dixia Cheng, is a bomb shelter comprising a network of tunnels located beneath Beijing, China, which has since been transformed into a tourist attraction.

It has been called the Underground Great Wall because it was built for the purpose of military defense. (Wikipedia)
Video: editing and shooting: abelvideo/dmsl.co
music: Felix L’Amour

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