Monthly Archives: November 2005

Brookgreen Sculpture Garden & Congaree National Park

Brookgreen Gardens: A National Historic Landmark   Ten minutes introductory film “Gray Oaks of Mystery” is the captivating story of Brookgreen from its early history to the present, provides an overview of the garden’s history, sculpture and plantings.   Founded 1931 by … Continue reading

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Back In Time: Colonial Williamsbug, Yorktown Battlefield & Norfolk Wisconsin

Colonial Williamsburg   A stroll through Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area is always a memorable experience. With just a few steps forward, I seem travel back more than 200 years into the 18th century.    This restored capital of colonial Virginia … Continue reading

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伤痕

心伤      很深   几经岁月    终于    麻木       结痂    偶一碰触    竟      不觉疼    狠狠    掀开   见血      一丝丝    透渗   重忆      往事    历历    才有      久违的    揪心的   痛      彻全身

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Washington: The Nation’s Capital

Washington, DC, the nation’s capital, with its magnificent monuments, superb museaums, and cosmopolitan flavor, is a place worth to see.   As the seat and symbol of democracy, Washington is a city of powerful history and epic political drama. Its … Continue reading

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Jiuzhaigou: Fairyland On Earth

Jiuzhaigou is located in the north of Sichuan Province and is known far and wide as "a fairyland". The name Jiuzhaigou came from nine Tibetan villages scattered throughout the valley. Its main attraction are alpine lakes, waterfalls, rivers, snow-covered mountain … Continue reading

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A Misty World: Zhangjiajie National Forest Park

This National Holiday, back Shanghai visiting my parents, I also took some time to visit the famous tourist city of Zhangjiajie.   Located in western Hunan province, Zhangjiajie is the home of China’s first forest park -the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park -and a World Natural Heritage site … Continue reading

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