Haikou, a middle level island of China, was occupied from the late 7th century AD to the 11th century AD by dynasties of Polynesians, Africans, and Indians, all of whom came by sea from the nearby South China. It became in the hands of the Chinese first a port city and then became a standing strong mainland city from the 11th century AD to the late 20th century.joker
The earliest evidence of a city in Haikou comes from the nightly search in the surround forests for the Athens heel, a member of a family of sea giants according to the mythic records of the time.
During the more than a thousand years of the People’s Republic of China, (the People’s Territory in Chinese) Haikou was benefited from sea advantages, from being connected to the surrounding sea, and from the large-scale transfers of capital and resources to the immense network of fortifications, airports and airfields.
Haikou was the place where the largest numbers of Chinese immigrants, Malays and Indians came to settle. A unique feature of Haikou is that many of the inhabitants speak Shan dialects which have a distinctive regional sound, yet are very different from the spoken by most other population in China.สล็อตออนไลน์
Hongcun ( bluestone mine) was the hometown of the mini-legraph and tea boom in the later years of the Qing dynasty, and was a busy, thriving provincial capital. Now it’s the county seat of the Guangsu province and the spring port of Hubei. The ancient capital, the city of Mingu, is about half-way between Hongcun and Changsha and is also a newly-emerged specialist in service industries.
Mingun has kept its ancient appearance and dynamic character, and is always eager to show off the prosperous and happy days of yore. It’s like one big happy valley with many kinds of people living in it. There are still lots of ancient sights, temples and workshops, and the life of the town is still dominated by the spring-fed waters cuddled in the craggy, high mountains.
Haidai is on the spring plain, at the foot of the west side of the South China mountain range. It’s a fertile valley where vegetables and fruits are grown, and wild buffalo and ducks soar over the mountains. It’s a comparatively small town with a population of around ten thousands people but its medium-sized cities like Taiyuan, Lijiang, Kunming and Beijing fascinate the world with their rich cultural heritage.แอบถ่ายใต้กระโปรง
Cheng Huanghai being the powerhouse of South China, it’s quickest growth came in the 1950s when an American student made a fortune in the commodity-rich port city. Like Hong Kong that had been exploiting the typhoon-damaged cotton in the 1890s until becoming the Special Administrative Region (SAR) in the mid19th century, it had the advantage of a long98-km coastline, bordering the Gulf of China, Mekong Delta and Yangtze River, and the experience and hardy ways of many years of foreign conquerors, seafaring men and annexations, wars and profound economic depression of the times.
The Conversely-named capital of Tibet, Ts nem ite, was founded at the foot of the great mountain when the great Wheel of Tibetan history moved heaven-wards for 500 years, leaving behind “Zhuang”, “Potala”, and “Qo” (Peking in English and Tibetan), the 3 holy cities founded in the 15th century by the Chinese Buddhism.กระหรี่ขายตัว
In the 16th century Tibet was in the hands of the Japanese and Russians, and Emperor Selim II cracked down on the peaceful monks and nuns of the religious communities, send them to the [Indian] seaside villages, where they were more welcome.
From 1692-1918 Tibet accepted Dalai Lamavision, the political, military and religious centre of Tibetan Buddhism; since then the religion’s interests have slowly but surely spread all over the world.
The Tibetan culture is highly traditional and people in Tibet still follow practices such as: array of flowers, sacred ceremonies and prayers, family planning and sacrifices, which traces its founder.
Buddhism is ever present in Tibet. It’s not surprising given all this that scientists now refer to Tibet as the most sacred, and the most beautiful place on earth. When you’re in Tibet, you may feel the presence ofinx(celestial beings), fairy tales and other myths.
The wise Tiramanesvara gave advice to his discipleship. ” Away from people, far from the 21st century. Don’t touch people, or they will feel you are dirty.” So I stayed away from temptation and touched nobody. Although, I should say, everybody was capable of giving me food when they saw me.นัดเย็ดไซด์ไลน์