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Long Jing Tea Plantation in Hangzhou, China

Sunday, September 21st, 2008

Just 100 miles southwest of Shanghai lies Hangzhou, the “playground of Shanghai.” Sitting on the glorious West Lake Hangzhou is a perfect vacation spot for travelers near and far. One of its many draws is an area just outside the city called Long Jing, Dragon Well. One of the most famous Chinese teas – Long [...]

Aarhus, Denmark is an Open City!!!!

Thursday, August 28th, 2008

If you are planning on being in the Jutland region of Denmark, a must visit is in Aarhus, especially right now. Originally known as Aros and lying on the peninsula of Jutland, the Aarhus Festival first began in September 1965 and has developed not only into a major local cultural, but also an international festival. [...]

The Museum Dedicated to Parasites

Tuesday, August 19th, 2008

Parasites belong in the guts of someone (or something) other than me. 130 different species living in a bodily container that usually holds chocolate parfaits and Kung Pao chicken is not something I want to see outside the walls of my stomach. But sensible people rarely listen to me, and they proceeded to create a [...]

 
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