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Monthly Archives: August 2010
An oasis where trade routes known as the Silk Road converged, traders and buyers gathered for centuries to buy, sell and barter, the city of Kashgar in western Xinjiang, China shines as an oasis in a stunning but arid landscape.
The Summer River Town 夏河鎮 The prefecture and town of Xiahe (meaning “summer river” in Chinese) of southern Gansu province in central-western China is an eclectic, rich mix of Tibetan, Hui and Han Chinese ethnicities, ways of life and religious … Continue reading
I’ve been a member of CouchSurfing.org, a website that links travelers wishing to find free lodging (conventionally on couches, hence Couchsurfing) with locals willing to host travelers (known as Couchsurfers) since March 2008; up to the present the Couchsurfing community … Continue reading