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Special Coverage of Liangzhu Culture Going Live 2017-07-12
Hangzhou dates back to the Neolithic Age or New Stone Age and throughout its long history a number of different cultures have settled here but it is the Liangzhu Culture that has been unearthed as the greatest.

June 24, 2011 and June 22, 2014 are engraved into the minds of the Hangzhounese citizens as the days that the West Lake and the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal were respectively declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Hangzhou is now one of the few cities in the world to be the proud owners of two UNSECO heritage sites and who knows with the city’s Liangzhu Culture buried deep into its ancient foundations, one day, another award may well be on its way.

The special coverage is dedicated to uncover the greatness of Liangzhu Culture, its age-long history, its significant role in Chinese Culture and the magnificent relics found in its sites. Abundant tourism resources can also be found nearby to give you a joyful culture trip to Liangzhu.
To find out more, please visit the special coverage of Liangzhu Culture Unearthed as the Greatest.

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Plum Blossom Once Again Bursts into Bloom…2018-01-15
Recently, all the plum blossom in Lingfeng Peak, has burst into bloom. Compared to other plants in chilly winter, the plum blossom welcomes this season as its best time of the year. To appreciate this floral delight then don’t forget to visit the following four places in Hangzhou.
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Step into 2018 from here …2018-01-12
Xiaoshan in Hangzhou, a wondrous place in China’s Jiangnan Region, is overflowing in all sorts of enchanting mountain and water landscapes, and historical and cultural relics. It is also home to theme parks and venues, which have held international conferences. Xiaoshan is said to be the place where nature and human landscapes live in harmony, and where tradition and fashion infuse perfectly … So, why not start your first trip of 2018 by visiting Xiaoshan?
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No.188, Fuchun Road, Hangzhou, China
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