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Changsha, Hunan Province, PRC

Changsha is the provincial capital of Hunan Province, and a place where Mao Zedong spent loads of time. It’s in the center of the country, but has a fairly extensive military history, both ancient and modern. 1.421 altre parole


Miss C. H. Huang (黄振華)

Continuing on from last week’s post on Y. O. Huang, I thought I’d do a post on the sister that traveled with him, his wife, and… 527 altre parole


CHINA: Changsha and Zhangjiajie

Visiting a country I don’t speak the language was a challenge to me.  And that was the main thing I had in mind before going.  Having met a lot of kindred souls who helped me get to one point to another was a perspective opener.  2.184 altre parole



Penghujung tahun 2017, musim dingin untuk kedua kalinya di Negeri Tirai Bambu, masih berjuang dengan disertasi dan hal-hal yang seharusnya diselasaikan, namun banyak hal yang sungguh menarik di luar sana, termasuk diri mu yang membuatku harus memulai kisah petualangan ku antara Wuhan dan Changsha, demikian pula kau yang juga melalui rute perjalanan yang sama dengan ku hanya untuk sebuah pertemuan singkat yang diselingi oleh tugas kita masing-masing, kita toh tidak bertemu karena harus bertemu namun demikianlah waktu yang kita lalui harus mempertemukan kita di waktu yang sama. 437 altre parole


Hotel Review: Fengting International Hotel in Changsha

We stayed here for one night on September 14, 2017.

This hotel was located in the ancient city streets of Fenghuang County.  You can see in the photos how ancient-looking it really was. 425 altre parole


Travels through South China, part 3/3: Hunan

Photos at: flickr.com

Changsha has little to attract visitors, but proves a friendly, easy place to spend a day or two – besides, I have a wonderful host. 3.465 altre parole


How a Bite of Stinky Tofu Moved Me to Tears

Changsha is the capital of my ancestral province, Hunan, the site of many major battles during the Sino-Japanese War and where Mao Zedong converted to Communism. 518 altre parole