Motai Business Hotel

Address: Next to the No.15 Middle School, Qianshan Middle Road, Tiedong District, Anshan, Liaoning, 114010, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Next to the No.15 Middle School, Qianshan Middle Road, Tiedong District, Anshan.
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Travel Blogs from Anshan


A travel blog entry by jenny.helyanwe on Nov 28, 2013

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... in a crowded shopping mall, so the drivers in my hometown would drive past each other. The only drawback of that metaphor it's that perhaps there is somewhat less manners involved than what you would typically imagine in a crowds of mall goers in Auckland. My novel is going absolutely nowhere, there is simply no time to write it. There is barely any time to write this blog! So much to do, so many people to see. The snow! Oh the snow. So bleeding ...

Flight to China

A travel blog entry by jenny.helyanwe on Nov 25, 2013

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It is strange how a hotel can suddenly become very creepy once you get acquainted with the fact that it is just you in the room and no one else. Your mind starts playing tricks on you and you become the ghost. You start expecting to see strange reflections in mirrors and you become afraid of even thinking too far into the realm of the supernatural. It doesn't help either that the room temperature control turns on automatically and makes a noise or that the ...

Anshan Travel Guide

A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 03, 2012

... preserve the largest jade Buddha in the world. The 7.95-meter-high (26-foot-high) Buddha is engraved from the Jade King of 261 tons that discovered in Xiuyan Man Autonomous County. The Jade Buddha Pavilion is the grandest building in the garden with a height of 33 meters (108 feet), with Jade Buddha is stored in it.
Tourist Tips:
1. Anshan's long-distance passenger transport station and train station are near from each ...

Food: From Farm to Table

A travel blog entry by amyw304 on Jul 03, 2012

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... communes and, in the case of the near extinction of sparrows from this part of Asia, an imbalance in the natural ecosystem and the proliferation of crop-eating insects. This resulted in mass starvation, with estimated human deaths ranging from 14 to 43 million, depending on the source.

The communes have long been dismantled, though each farmer still belongs to a collective unit and must provide a quota of specific crops ...

Weintraubs meet Buddha

A travel blog entry by amyw304 on Jul 01, 2012

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... the temple and all the other Buddha statues too! “Happy Buddha” was a particular favorite.

Qianshan National Park was equally impressive but for very different reason. Located in the beautiful, precious Qianshan mountain range, the area of the Park has a long history of religious worship dating back to the Tang dynasty of China. On our way up to a peak, we passed dozens of different ...