http://traditions.cultural-china.com/en/16T4948T11005.html The history of the coal carving can be traced back 6,000-7,000 years. The jet adornments that were unearthed in the cultural stratum at the Xinle ruins in Shenyang, capital city of Northern China’s Liaoning Province, comprise the embryo of coal carving. The jet-carved circlet and lumps sculpted in coal, which were unearthed inContinue reading “Coal Carving Yangquan China”
Daily Archives: April 17, 2013
Peach Blossom Festival Yangquan
This should have been marvelous but alas only a few peach trees were out in full bloom. The blossoming is late this year; It would have been spectacular had the surrounding mountains been full of blossom. http://www.bicc.org.cn/EN/taohua.asp You can see here the walk through the peach trees but the trees do not have any blossoms.Continue reading “Peach Blossom Festival Yangquan”
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