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Bars in Wuhan
By ALICEGAO | 9/28/2006 4:51:05 AM

Bars make the nightlife become more colorful and relaxing.
If you're in Wuhan, you'd better to try the bar named "Soho" which has a very up-to-date music and hot dancing.
While, if you prefer the crazy music played by band, go to "VOX" in where you can watch the live bands show, although they're not so famous, their music is still pretty good. By the way, the drinks in “VOX” are also cheaper than many other bars in Wuhan.

Wuhan's breakfast street
By ALICEGAO | 9/25/2006 3:34:12 AM

If you want travel to Wuhan of Hubei province, you'd better to have your breakfast in "Hu4 bu4" alley (also called as breakfasr street) in Wuchang which is one parts of Wuhan city. It's worthy of getting up early.
Then, what you need to do is just keep eating while walking down the narrow but clean alley. You can get all the local food in one street, quite convenient, isn't it? And the price is also reasonable!
I strongly recommend "hot dry noodle", "dou4 pi2" (which is a kind of bread with the stuffings of sticky rice, tofu dices, a few pork, lots of spices), and deep fried sticky rice ball, duck neck with the brand of "jing wu men" if you can't eat too much for one morning, haha...
Enjoy the food there!

Wu Han Ji Qing Street.
By CALIFORNIA | 3/1/2006 9:07:53 AM

Maybe most chinese cities have a food street,in Wuhan,the street was called Ji Qing Jie!
You can taste many kinds of Wuhan local food in here,including Re Gan Mian,Duck neck,Guan Tang Bao......
Duck Neck is my favorite,very hot!
When you eating,you can also enjoy someone's singing:-)

Wuhan Noodle
By CALIFORNIA | 3/1/2006 9:04:44 AM

You know,there were many kinds of noodles in China,and Wuhan was famous for Re Gan Mian---Hot Dry Noodle!You can find it at foot street!

Travelling in China..
By LADYMAGGIC | 11/19/2005 5:44:23 AM

My destination was Wuhan.
I asked everybody what I needed to take and came up with some very complicated coffee, hair color, stockings.

The truth was that I was able to buy everything I needed in China, except shoes to fit my large western sized feet.
Buying shoes invariable led to many sniggers or directions to mens shoes, which would have made my big feet look even larger.
If you have large feet you need to take sandals for summer and warm boots for winter. Everything else your heart desires you can get in China or have made for you.
I did have problems with clothes but they were available in large sizes, strangely enough at the markets and some department stores. Large sizes were available in coastal cities such as Shanghai and Beijing, as there are many westerners already living there.

If I was going to China again, I would take an empty suitcase and fill up on the silks I loved so much, and the jade and get all my clothes tailored.
Everything else is there so don't waste room taking stuff you don't need to take.

Wuhan Expat's website and online forum
By TUTTA | 7/10/2005 12:40:41 PM

A dedicated website for Expats in Wuhan, all kinds of information and online forum provided:

Yellow Crane Tower
By EDIGARVON | 10/22/2004 10:59:38 PM

Yellow Crane Tower, located on Snake Hill in Wuchang, is one of the "Three Famous Towers South of Yangtze River (the other two: Yueyang Tower in Hunan and Tengwang Tower in Jiangxi).
According to records, the tower was first built in 223 A.D during the Three Kingdoms period (220-280). After completion, the tower served as a gathering place for celebrities and poets to party and compose poetry. It was estimated that up to the Tongzhi Reign of the Qing dynasty, as many as 300 poems about the tower had been found in historical literature. Cui Hao, a famous poet during the Tang dynasty (618-907), made the tower well known throughout China with his poem "Yellow Crane Tower".

Heptachord Terrace
By EDIGARVON | 10/22/2004 10:52:58 PM

Heptachord Terrace, also named Boya Terrace(Yu Boya,770 - 476 B.C a famous musician in Chu kingdom during the Spring and Autumn Period) , is located on the bank of Moon Lake, western foot of Tortoise Hill in Hanyang district.
The original terrace was built in the Northern Song dynasty (960-1127), experiencing several destroys and rebuilds.
Heptachord Terrace now is a notable scenic spot in Wuhan.

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