Archive for the 'Hubei' Category

汉街

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

大家来猜猜看这是哪里吧。

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这里可不光有美丽的河滨风光和现代化建筑,更是一条时尚的商业街呢。

C&A, H&M, GAP, UNIQLO, ZARA排排站,是不是立刻有了疯狂购物的欲望?
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SEPHORA
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ZARA & UNIQLO
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sasa & MUJI無印良品

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世界五大廉价时装品牌在楚河边一字排开,分别是法国C&A,瑞典H&M,美国GAP,日本UNIQLO和西班牙ZARA。其中实际已开张营业的是C&A和优衣库。这两家价格基本相当,品质与设计都是优衣库更胜一筹。

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GAP, 优衣库(Uniqlo), ZARA
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大家猜到了没有? 这条街就是汉街,河就是楚河,这可是武汉最热门的新景点之一。听说到了晚上是更加的漂亮,等我下次去武汉再为大家拍照了。

交通资讯:公共汽车到武昌中北路白鹭街站下

请注意旧版地图上都没有显示出新挖的这条楚河,新修的汉街及周边路网

Wudang Mountains

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

The Wudang Mountains in central China´s Hubei Province has long been known for its traditional Taoist culture. Originally called the Taihe Mountain, it is believed to be the place where Xuanwu the Great, a Taoist patron saint, was enshrined. It was renamed Wudang Mountain in the Song Dynasty some 1000 years ago.

GETTING THERE & AWAY:
Air
Xiangfan Liuji Airport(XFN) is the nearest airport. Take a train or bus to Wudang Mountains from Xiangyang(former Xiangfan).

Wuhan Tianhe International Airport(WUH) has more flights. You can take a train to Wudang Mountains from Wuhan.

Train
Wudangshan train station is 16km from the entrance of Wudang Mountains. There is shuttle bus service to cover this leg.

Bus
Take a bus from Xiangyang or Shiyan

Wudang Kungfu

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Mt. Wudang is a sacred place for taoists and the birth place of Chinese Internal Taichi and Kungfu.

Monasteries on the summit has long been known as an academic centre for the research, teaching and practice of meditation, Chinese martial arts, traditional Chinese medicine, Taoist agriculture practices and related arts.

The monasteries and buildings were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

The mountain’s rugged peaks covered in old-growth forest, along with its ancient monasteries — some built to fit the contours of the cliffs, others to mirror them — are well worth the adventure. The natural setting is so photogenic that it was chosen for background scenes for the internationally acclaimed movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”.

Though less well known overseas, Wudang’s “internal” form of wushu (martial arts) is as highly regarded as Shaolin Temple’s “external” form. Students come from all parts of China to study at the many martial arts schools in town and on the mountain.


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