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Hui women in Liuzhou city

2013-09-10

Boasting great mountains and clear waters, Hui'an in Quanzhou city, Fujian province, is home to a unique group of females that have romantic traditional clothes and quaint customs. These Hui ladies wear yellow bamboo hats, colorful headscarves, short blue shirts, pailform pants and silver waist chains.

Interests collide in battle for future

2013-10-11

Gulangyu, the largest satellite island of Xiamen, will embrace a new start by transforming from an over-commercialized tourism spot into a cultural community.

Tourists visit Tulous in Yongding, China's Fujian

2012-09-12

Fujian Tulou is a type of Chinese rural dwellings of the Hakka and Minnan people in the mountainous areas in Fujian Province. The layout of Fujian Tulou followed the Chinese dwelling tradition of "closed outside, open inside" concept: an enclosure wall with living quarters around the peripheral and a common courtyard.

Chuxi Tulou Cluster

2013-09-11

The Chuxi Tulou Cluster sits in Chuxi village, Yongding county, Fujian's Longyan city. The cluster consists of five large circular buildings and 10 rectangular buildings. They are surrounded by enchanting mountains and streams.

Tanshi Mountain Cultural Relics

2013-09-10

Tanshi Mountain culture is represented by Tanshi Mountain cultural relics (5500 – 4000 BP) and is centered around the middle and lower reaches of the Minjiang River, connecting Fujian province and Taiwan. The region is a cradle of ancient culture in Fujian province

Meizhou Island

2013-08-29

Meizhou Island is situated in the north of Meizhou Bay, 42 kilometers southeast of downtown Putian, Fujian province. Facing Taiwan across the Taiwan Straits, the name Meizhou, or “Eyebrow Island”, comes from its long and narrow shape.

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