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China Carnival #17: Great Wall, Acupuncture, Instruments…

Aug 19, 2010
Night Bird Nest National Stadium

Night Bird Nest National Stadium | {link:http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomasyung_cn/3972113858/}T. Yung{/link}

Welcome to the August 19, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have seven submissions this time. Actually Athena Goodlight submitted four posts but I could only take two for one carnival. Thank her and everyone for your enthusiastic participation. Enjoy the posts!

Ray Peterman presents The Size of the Chinese Mobile Market posted at All Things Mobile, saying, “A personal take on what’s happening in the mobile world. Mobile advertising, mobile analytics, industry news and practical how to guides.”



Joseph Alban, L.Ac. presents How Acupuncture Works to Relieve Pain posted at Alban Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs Clinic, New York City.



Dizi - a Chinese wind instrument | by {link:http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinreader/1223327733/}pinreader{/link}

Athena Goodlight presents Traditional Chinese Wind Instruments posted at Factoidz, saying, “These are the traditional Chinese wind instruments. Each of them has its own history with their ancient roots both from within China or adapted from other nearby countries. Every wind instrument has a specific sound quality made for a specific purpose.”


Igor presents Heaven is a place on Earth posted at Be Zen, My Friend.



Great Wall | by {link:http://www.flickr.com/photos/franck-chilli/3882326984/}franckculinary{/link}

Athena Goodlight presents Running The Great Wall of China posted at Running The Great Wall of China, saying, “For the traveling athlete, running a half-marathon on the largest fortification and biggest battlement of the world may just be the exhilarating fitness adventure you’re looking for.”

elaineR presents Lexiaguo (Luoxiagou) – where is it in China? posted at ElaineR.com, saying, “Lexiaguo”

Zhu presents Beijing By Night posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “Between 10pm and 5am, the city is alive and thriving. Night markets, busy streets, lights everywhere — life doesn’t stop in Beijing.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of china carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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