Chinese Scenery: Mount E Mei / Lijiang River / Mount Wuyi / Moun


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Chinese Scenery: Mount E Mei / Lijiang River / Mount Wuyi / Mount Tai

中国风光系列:峨眉山 / 漓江 / 武夷山 / 泰山

Order No. D4004

ISBN: 7887460700

EAN: 6937475384226

Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)

Length: 60 min.

Number of Disc: 1

Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles

Publisher: China Intercontinental Audiovisual Press

Pub Year: 2007

Price: $14.95

Mount E Mei, located in the southwest of Sichuan province, is one of the Four Buddhist Holy Mountains in China. It is famous for its beautiful landscapes, unique landform, abundant resources of animals and plants, and long history of Buddhist culture. Of all ages, Mount E Mei is the ideal place where people observe the ceremony of Buddhism, sight-see, undertake scientific expeditions and live for health-care. For thousands of years, the Buddhist-incense has been keeping burning and the tourists come one after another. In 1996, Mount E Mei was acknowledged by UNESCO to be Natural and Cultural World Heritage.

Lijiang River is located in the area of Zhuang minority Autonomous Region, Guangxi province. It is considered as the most beautiful and particular water area of Chinese landscapes. On both sides of the wandering more than 100-kilometer-long river, there are stretching peaks with different oulines, the largest-scale and the most beautiful karst landform in the world, and the typical local foldway which combine to create a natural Chinese landscape painting. For thousands of years, Lijiang River is wee-known for its water and mountains.

Mount Wuyi, located in Minnan area, southeast of China, covers an area of 70 square kilometers. It is famous for its “Danxia” landform in the wourld. Besides, its attracting natural landscapes such as Jiuquxi Stream, Thrity-six Peaks, Seventy-two Caves, Ninety-nine Rocks contribute to its reputation as the No. 1 beauty in the southeast of China. Mount Wuyi is not only the place where plants typical of Southeast of China is well protected, but also the best habitat of many endangered animals. In 1999, Mount Wuyi was acknowledged by UNESCO to be Natural heritage as well as the cultural Heritage as shown in the list of World Heritage.

Mount Tai stands loftily in the middle part of Shandong province. Its main peak is called Yuhuangfeng with an attitude of 1,545 meters. Since the ancient times, Mount Tai is invariable proud of being “the seat of five famous mountains” in China. It serves as an epitome of Chinese civilization for thousands of years because of its rich natural and cultural landscapes. In 1987, Mount Tai was officially acknowledged by UNESCO to be the cultural and natural heritage in the list of World Heritage.

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