Jinjiang Inn Chengdu Dongfeng Bridge
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... a trip to the research base as Chengdu is not considered a main touristy city with much to see. If you can find a tour that suits you and includes a trip here, your trip will be richer than you ever thought possible.
See the pandas. take the pictures and donate. Whether in the gift shop buying one of the many panda souvenirs including magnets, mugs, jewellery or plush toys, you will feel good knowing you are helping to save these gentle giants from ...
To the Chengdu Research Base for Panda Breeding-in China panda means bear looking cats. Chinese say Pandas lead a monk's life; females look for Mr. Right, very picky. Sichuan province has 85%2525 of giant pandas in the world-only ~2000 giant pandas in the world, shy, poor sight, strong olfactory sense. Diabetes, parasites, intestinal blockage, leukaemia, bronchitis and natural enemies (wild cats, ears) cause mortality. Eat ...
... out every day. I aim to be quite comfortable by the end in navigating my way around China and being about to ask for things easily, as well as read pingyin (phonetic English Chinese, thought the words aren't really that phonetic eg. x is pronounced t'is and q as ch and ie as yeah)
Some interesting things about where I live are that motorbikes are actually banned from the whole downtown area. So instead most people ride electric ...
... the time of the establishment of the state of Shu, prior to its annexation by Qin in 316 BC.
This is our first stop on this trip, we only had one evening here, so we took a quick glance at the famous Kuan Zhai Alley, then went back to the hotel, rested well for next day's long journey to Huanglong and Jiuzhai.
This morning we had a two hour plus drive to Leshan to see a giant Buddha. He was carved out of the rock face 1200 years ago and height (seated) is 70 metres. You'll see from the photo that people climb up and around him, but we were viewing him from a boat on the river.
The story goes that the river here was once treacherous with a whirlpool that overturned many boats and drowned so many ...