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  • Harbin Thrilling Journey – Part 6 Giant Feast@Harbin

    Sometimes you would really be astonished by the size of the our great homeland. In such huge land, people live different lives in different areas. For the differences of weather, geography and culture, there are many kinds of food in China. And the food of the East North also give us a big surprise. 😯 […]

    Mar 24th, 2010 | Filed under Tour
  • Harbin Thrilling Journey – Part 5@ Sun Island

    Sun Island, maybe this is a name that make you think of sunshine and warm day. But it was the winter time right now… The warm day is an impossible dream… As I mentioned at the last post, the annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival has two main exhibition areas. Excluding the “Ice […]

    Mar 8th, 2010 | Filed under Tour
  • Harbin Thrilling Journey – Part 4@ Streets and Central Avenue

    Virginia Auto Insurance At the post “Part 2@ Cathedral & Province Museum”, we knowed that Harbin is very much influenced by its Russian past. There are many traces that talk us the story about the old time. So visiting the old urban of Harbin would be the best experience for those who love history and […]

    Feb 16th, 2010 | Filed under Tour
  • Harbin Thrilling Journey – Part 3@ Ice and Snow World

    Here we go, the first big hit of our Harbin Thrilling Journey, the Ice and Snow World! One of our main target of this journey is here, the greatest show of ice and snow. 😈 Harbin is located in Northeast China under the direct influence of the cold winter wind from Siberia. The average temperature […]

    Feb 14th, 2010 | Filed under Tour
  • Harbin Thrilling Journey – Part 2@ Cathedral & Province Museum

    Now we were at one of the most famous ice cities in the world, with the extremely low temperature I never met. But the inside heating in the hotel warm us up. After having a very nice sleep and simple breakfast, our adventure began from here, the downtown of Harbin. PS: Can you see the […]

    Feb 14th, 2010 | Filed under Tour
  • Harbin Thrilling Journey – Part 1 :Prelusion

    As a very very “classical” southerner, I never ever saw a really snowflake nor knew what the temperature below zero °C feels like. Making a journey at a “snowing” place is always the most desirous one of my  dreams. Which city would be titled as ice and snow metropolis in China? All people all give […]

    Feb 11th, 2010 | Filed under Tour
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