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Qiaoxi Historic Block – Hangzhou’s Time Capsule 2017-05-11
Located west of the old Gongchen Bridge along the bank of the Grand Canal, stands Qiaoxi Historic Block, a grand residential area, heralding designs from the Ming and Qing dynasties.


Restored by the government in 2008 it has since been developed to include a number of new attractions. Boasting a range of services such as Chinese medicine culture, ceramic making and catering this ancient block with a modern twist is also home to a number of restaurants, cafes, tea-houses, gift shops and museums.

Once old and frayed this residential block is now buzzing with charm and beauty but still maintains its sense of tranquility and style.

Walk along any one of the cobbled streets that make up this block and you will discover a world of culture. Whether you choose to step into the past and soak up some of China's history in its umbrella museum, or you just simply want to relax in a coffee shop and read a book, either way Qiaoxi Historic Block will provide you with the chance to uncover more about China's past while at the same time enjoying a number of modern day facilities.
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Chilling in the Countryside2017-08-16
Make like a hermit and head to the hills in Hangzhou for some respite from the crazy heat!
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Seafood Season2017-08-15
After the longest off-season in fishing in recorded history, on August 1st, after three long months, all types of fishing vessels set out to throw the first net to catch this season's fish and started bringing back fresh seafood to our dining tables. To taste the freshest seafood, you should always travel to Zhejiang's coastal areas, but if traveling far is not an option, you can also try the following seafood restaurants which serve the freshest seafood fare in Hangzhou.
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