China Carnival #5: Travel tips, Silk market, Shenzhen
Welcome to the August 18, 2009 edition of china carnival. We have 6 articles this time. That’s a record high, yeah!
Surbhi Bhatia presents A Trip to Shenzhen-China posted at The Viewspaper, saying, “Shenzhen is a place that was once known for it’s fishing villages and the export of seafood to the rest of China. The population of Shenzhen now is a mix of people from around the world and Chinese workers who migrate from nearby rural areas to find work in the city.”
Zhu presents The Silk Market Experience posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “You can shop for pretty much anything in China nowadays, from cheap Cultural Revolution memorabilias to expensive imported beauty products, from silk embroidered clothes to ivory chopstick. But there is one place Westerners are very fond of: the Silk Market, aka Silk Street (秀水街）.”
Katie Sorene presents Travel China Like a Pro: 7 Tips from Expert Travelers posted at Travel Blog – Tripbase, saying, “China holds a fascinating allure for adventurers all over the world. But exploring China can be daunting. Get the inside track with these top tips from expert travelers.”
Vichuda presents Tjong A Fie Mansion History posted at Kota Medan Guide, saying, “A prominent home located in the heart of Medan City at Kesawan Square, this beautiful mansion is full of characters and cultures behind its history in Medan. Now, for limited time only, the mansion is opened to visitors for an inside look at the true history of Tjong A Fie, a historic man.”
Richard Shelmerdine presents Taoism 30 day experiment posted at Richard Shelmerdine, saying, “Hi guys and welcome to my Taoism experiment. I have undergone huge change as a result of studying the Tao Te Ching and other peoples interpretations of it and thought if I really got into it and studied it for a month then I could get a much deeper understanding and leave something online that others could benefit from for a long time to come.”
Gary Mullen presents Health benefits of Chinese Baoding Balls posted at Green Man, saying, “For centuries Chinese Baoding balls have been used to promote many health benefits. This article will explore these benefits, the use of Baoding balls in Chinese alternative therapies and, how to use the balls effectively.”
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