Yin Ying Villas

7 Xiaoxia Road, Yueqing, Zhejiang, 325614, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yueqing

Life's Differences

A travel blog entry by florachen

2

... fat. Right after he got done eating he plopped right back down in front of the computer. This got his parents chirping right behind him telling him how fat he is and that he needs to move. My entire family proceeded to shoo him out the door to go walk a few laps around the house. It sounds mean, but that's just the culture here, and as an outside spectator, it truly was entertaining and funny to watch.

Also, just another quick ...

Back to My Homeland

A travel blog entry by florachen

5

These past few days we have been staying in Wenzhou, my dad's hometown. He grew up in the mountains and they are incredibly breathtaking. Driving up the mountains is scary enough to give anyone a heart attack. In some places two cars can't even fit. One car has to back up to a wider portion of the road and the other car will just barely scrape through. And that's no overstatement. I could reach out of my car and pat the other car's driver's head if ...

Big Dragon Waterfall: An appropriately short story

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby

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... that we’d read about online.




We happily paid the 50 kuai entrance fee and skipped gleefully into the park. We followed the excited holiday travelers down the short path to the famous waterfall and found…

A tiny stream of water dripping from the top of a cliff.



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Nanxi Jiang

A travel blog entry by t_rev1980

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Nanxi Jiang, or Southwest River is a beautiful river and series of mountainous valleys just across the Ou River to the north of Wenzhou. We took Cecilys car out for a day trip when we visited Wenzhou in Mid November. Here are some pictures. I forgot my camera so the pictures are taken with my iPod, so not very good ...

More Power

A travel blog entry by matthewpowers

9

... constantly in order to keep up with demand.

China burns coal to produce power in its thermal power plants. Massive hydro projects like the 3 Gorges Dam are few and far between. Coal is cheap and plentiful, so it gets burned. Trouble is, coal can be dirty. It contains small amounts of mercury and potentially high amounts of sulfur. These things, along with the ash produced, result in air pollution. I am more keenly aware of my energy consumption ...

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