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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... ve become masters of
charades attempting to explain what we need to non English speakers), we were
moved to a nicer place with mister and mister sinks and mirrors. We then set
off to explore the grounds, and found there are a variety of activities on site
including horseback riding. Nearing the pool we decided to have a little late
night dip and discovered that the aquarium was in fact a full body fish therapy
pond. I jumped in without thinking and ...
... ink, etc.
The World’s Largest Human Migration
The figures are mind boggling & here are just a few.
China's transport system is being put to the test as the world's largest annual human migration comes to a peak with the Spring Festival holiday wrapping up.
- More than 6.5 million trips were made on Chinese railways ...
... several chickens from his hometown and presented them to the emperor as a gift. After eating the dish made from these chickens, the emperor enjoyed it so much ne named the dish Wenchang Chicken.
Since then it has been famous not only in China but also Southeast Asia.
The Chicken is raised in the tropical environment of Hainan and range ...
... overtook Qiongshan in population and in the 1930s after it was declared a separate administrative county Haikou was developed as a port during the Sino-Japanese War (1937–45) when the Japanese invaded and occupied Hainan Island from early 1939 to 1945.
Old Haikou (the oldest buildings in ...
... Area. Finally in 1988, Hainan Island officially became a province, the youngest and smallest province of China in Land and the biggest in ocean area with Haikou established as the capital. At the same time, Hainan Island became a special economic zone. Free market economies quickly took root and Hong Kong investment began pouring in. Since then, the ...