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West Lake in the Snow

How many times did I go to Hangzhou last year? Two? Three? I'm not sure. But it seemed every chance I had I was back there, trying once and for all to put to bed my earlier impression of the city as being "nothing but a lake and tourists".

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Don Hong-Oai: Photography as Art
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Born in Guangzhou in 1929, Don Hong-Oai left China to live in Vietnam at the age of seven after the death of his parents. As a young man, he apprenticed at a photography studio in Saigon, travelling and honing his skills in his spare time. It was here that he became interested in ...

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Hefang Street, Hangzhou

Back during the Southern Song Dynasty when Hangzhou was China's capital, the city was perhaps the biggest and richest in the world. The 14th century Moroccan explorer Ibn Battuta called it "the biggest city I have ever seen on the face of the earth." While Marco Polo, whether he ever actually visited China or not ...

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