Changsha Travel Reviews

Jun 12, 2013 20:42

Ms. Smith was a nurse, superintendent of nurses and nursing educator with Yale-China Association (Yale in China) Hsiang-Ya Hospital and Nursing School from 1921-1927. In her letters home she frequently mentions hikes to and picnics on the summit of Mt. Yuelu, which she knew as Yolo-san. One her ... Details

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Jun 3, 2012 21:04

The weather of today in changsha is very nice, no glaring sunshine or the strong rainstorm, yes ,this day is cloudy sky, it is make the easy to star my trip. I'm the travel guide of myself, so i can go anywhere i wanto to on anytime.
The windows of world is a essential place to go. There are ... Details

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Nov 11, 2011 08:00

I've never travelled to somewhere like China before, so this was really an interesting experience.

From the viewpoint of a Westerner, there were some differences and I hope this article makes things easier for others in my situation in getting around as regards where to eat, shopping, accommodation ... Details

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Aug 31, 2011 08:18

came to Changsha by train at night because of that I did not want to change hotels at the place I traveled from. The room I had which was booked and I had rented on the premises. In addition, I had the chance to get on the train without having Tickets bought in advance. It should be done in China, but ... Details

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May 8, 2010 04:11

Under the help of our enthusiastic Chinese friends, one of our Chinese friends, my wife and I (two foreigners working in China) divided Changsha into three parts (east middle and west), and decided to visit all of them within three days on ourselves. On the first day, we intended to visit the city ... Details

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May 12, 2006 12:05

Changsha has to be the absolute greenest of provincial capitals in the whole of China. It's the one place in the country where the near-jungle of the countryside seems to lie forever poised to leap on the metropolitan areas and overtake human developments. Wandering through Changsha's suburbs, you can ... Details

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May 6, 2006 08:05

The first week of May is one of China's three most important week-long holidays, and is set aside for the observance of the international Labour Day. China's a socialist country, and as such recognises the role of the worker as central to society. China therefore makes a big deal of this festival, and ... Details

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Apr 24, 2006 04:04

Even when I was a child I had been told that China's Great Wall was the only man-made structure on earth, visible on the moon. This alone is reason enough for China to be proud of herself and her achievements.

Much later in life, I studied the Great Wall on the Internet and in the history ... Details

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Oct 22, 2005 11:10

Our history, as we understand it, is far too simple. We look back and think in terms of countries and empires, and tell the stories of our people in the characters of kings and emperors. Our museums enshroud the past with their displays - fragments of the property of those few olden ones who were counted ... Details

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