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SINGING LOVE, COMRADESHIP AND LOVE FOR THE HOMELAND – Phan Huynh Dieu: revered musician of Vietnamese revolutionary music.

When love for the homeland it is a major source of inspiration. Its proximity to the Hai Van Pass and the Marble Mountains make it a great place to explore. From the 16th century, this town has steadily grown, becoming a large shipbuilding site in the 19th century. The absolute best things to do in Da Nang? Americans it used …

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WRITE WORDS OF LOVE ON THE WATER – Xuan Quynh: like melting into a hundred small waves, writing poems.

Love’s wave does not find itself, until it reaches the sea. Traditional Handicraft Village? The itinerary will take you to visit Dong Ho Painting Village (to discover its ancient art form of wood block printing) and two of Vietnam’s finest pagodas. If you wish to escape from the hustle, this full-day trip is an ideal choice. https://eleganthanoi.com/hanoi-trip-dau-thap-pagodas-dong-ho-painting-village/ Taste of Halong …

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IMPRESSIONIST DEPICTIONS OF PEOPLE AND FLOWERS – Le Pho, a stunning combination of delicate Asian artistry and contemporary Western art.

Painting on canvas, emulating the delicate surface texture, while painting on silk. It is a memorial to one of Vietnam’s most beloved revolutionary leaders. The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum stands at the site where Ho Chi Minh read the country’s Declaration of Independence. The three days itinerary is perfect. You will have enough time also to take a stroll through …

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CREATIVE SPARKS, ABOVE TWO BAYS – Journey through Chinese art, from Hong Kong to Hangzhou.

Revolutionaries reflections in western horizons. Returned to China, he became the principal of the National Beijing Fine Art School, and in Hangzhou founded, the now called the China Academy of Art. Japanese soldiers destroyed many of his early works during the Sino-Japanese War. None only, many of his later works was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, when he destroyed his …

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30 PICTURES, A WOMAN AND TWO MEN – When China embraces the West.

Let yourself be fascinated by Chinese creativity. Embraces the creative horizon of men and women who, in different times and places, under this sky have realized their dreams through songs, poems and fascinating paintings. The property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site is to spread the knowledge of …

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DO NOT CARE WHETHER IT’S CORRECT OR NOT – Faye Wong: Stubbornly face the problem.

Does whatever wants, miracle she became a success. Moving here, you too can listen Faye Wong’s songs, the famous Chinese singer loving Hong Kong. Right eating here? Restaurant Sham Shui Po (neighbourhood gem), offering some of the best “dim sums” in Hong Kong. Its historic transportation-taking locals between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Using Star Ferry (do not miss the …

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STROVE TO LOOSEN POETRY FROM TRADITIONAL FORMS – Xu Zhimo, Made contributions to modern Chinese literature.

Naturalize Western forms, into modern poetry. About its notable people, Xu Zhimo, an early 20th-century poet. Town it is in the south side of Yangtze River Delta, and in the north of Zhejiang. In 1949 was occupied by the Communist Army, and the county government was relocated to Xiashi Town. Hǎiníng is known for its leather industry and its leather-silhouette …

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THE UNCONVENTIONAL MASTER OF CHINESE ART – Lin Fengmian: earning the title of The Four Great Academy Presidents.

Favoring a square format, employing bright hues. Yo can visit its Xiangji Temple, built during the Northern Song Dynasty. Painter Lin Fengmian created its China Academy of Art. The town it sits at the head of bay, which separates Shanghai and Ningbo. Here, Hangzhou has been one of the most prosperous cities for much of the last millennium. The city’s …

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AS RICE, WRAPPED IN ALGAE – Aauthor’s Journey in Korea: from Songeong beach at Kaesong, meet creative people, watching herons.

Korea, like a gem cannot polished without friction. From Korean eateries to chic bistros serving up European cuisine, its food scene has dramatically evolved in recent years. Today there is a restaurant to satisfy just about every craving. Located near Songjeong Beach, Songjeong Jip is a Korean restaurant that places an emphasis on fresh, homemade dishes. The menu features kalguksu …

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SUNRISE AND MOONRISE, BETWEEN SURF AND HISTORICAL SITES – South Korea: Beomeosa, Songjeong-dong, Busan.

Take you time. There are no short cuts to any place worth going. After the Manchu invasion of 1636, the fragility of Korea’s defenses were apparent to all. Geumjeongsan Fortressm built in 1703 to protect this area near the coast, have walls by natural stones: about 17 kilometers long and between 1.5 to 3 meters in height. Many people believe …

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