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Amusement Park
Amusement Park

China is a world-renowned destination for exciting theme parks. In 2016, out of the twenty largest and most popular amusement parks in the world, 4 are located in China (including Hong Kong)! China's theme parks usually offer a mixture of Western and local culture, exciting rides, theater or circus performances, and hotel resorts.

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Beifeng Mountain
Beifeng Mountain

Beifeng Mountain is located in Taishan. Plan your Beifeng Mountain visit and explore what else you can see and do in Taishan using our Taishan trip planner.

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Big Wave Bay
Big Wave Bay

Big Wave Bay Beach Hong Kong ratings, photos, prices, expert advice, traveler reviews and tips, and more information from Condé Nast Traveler.

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Dalongdong Reservoir
Dalongdong Reservoir

Guangdong and the greater Guangzhou area are served by several Radio Guangdong stations, Guangdong Television, Southern Television Guangdong, Shenzhen Television, and Guangzhou Television. There is an English programme produced by Radio Guangdong which broadcasts information about this region to the entire world through the WRN Broadcast.

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Dong Nan Ya Feng Qing Yuan
Dong Nan Ya Feng Qing Yuan

Other names refer to higher grades of Chinese green tea, like Gunpowder (good) and Gunpowder Temple of Heaven (best). Discover your favorites The best way to discover your favorite Chinese green tea is to continue sampling a wide variety until you find the green tea selections and vendors that please you the most.

Huangmao River
Huangmao River

Taishan is located in the Pearl River Delta in southwestern of Jiangmen Prefecture. It contains 95 islands and islets, including Shangchuan Island, the largest island in Guangdong now that Hainan has become a separate province.

Huiyou Recreation Ground,
Huiyou Recreation Ground,

Mt. Tai, Taishan, more than 345 miles in circumference, rises steeply and majestically in the middle of Shandong Province about 45 miles from Jinan. Massive and awesome, it has featured in many historic events throughout the ages, and has been a rich source of inspiration for countless maxims, poetic allusions, and literary works.

Jiaowan
Jiaowan

Taishan is a city found in Guangdong, China. It is located 22.25 latitude and 112.78 longitude and it is situated at 3 meters above sea level

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Kaiping Diaolou and Villages
Kaiping Diaolou and Villages

In 2007, the Kaiping diaolou and villages were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and consist of four separate restored village areas: Zilicun village (自力村) in Tangkou township, Sanmenli village (三门里) in Chikan township, Jinjiangli village (锦江里) in Xiangang township, and Majianglong village cluster (马降龙村落群) in Baihe township.

Kaiping Overseas Chinese Museum
Kaiping Overseas Chinese Museum

Kaiping, formerly romanized in Cantonese as Hoiping, is a county-level city in Guangdong Province, China. It is located west of the Pearl River Delta and administered as part of the prefecture-level city of Jiangmen. The surrounding area, especially Sze Yup, is the ancestral homeland of many overseas Chinese, particularly in the United States. Kaiping has a population of 699,242 as of 2010 and an area of 1,659 square kilometres. The locals speak a variant of the Toishan dialect.

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Ling Yun Gu Ta
Ling Yun Gu Ta

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Longtang Beidishan Tourism Area
Longtang Beidishan Tourism Area

• Taishan, one of 5 districts (Wuyi) under Jiangmen City's jurisdiction, is home to many overseas Chinese in North America. • Taishan supplied many laborers to the Transcontinental Railroad and Gold Rush.

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Shangchuan Island
Shangchuan Island

Shangchuan Island (Chinese: 上川岛; pinyin: Shàngchuāndǎo) is the main island of Chuanshan Archipelago on the southern coast of Guangdong, China.Its name originated from São João ("Saint John" in Portuguese).. Administratively, it is a part of Chuandao (川岛镇), Taishan.Located 14 km from the mainland, it is the largest island in Guangdong, after Hainan Island was carved out of the ...

Shihua Mountain
Shihua Mountain

TAISHAN BUSINESSES: TAISHAN CULTURE: TAISHAN HISTORY: TAISHAN FAMILIES: TAISHAN PEOPLE: On the top of this mountain, one can see a ... Mt. Shihua has modern day ...

Shizitou Mountain
Shizitou Mountain

Mount Taishan Mount Taishan, with its main peak rising 1,545 meters above sea level, in central Shandong Province, has, since ancient times, been a mountain held in high esteem by the Chinese people.

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Taishan Chuandao Law Service Office
Taishan Chuandao Law Service Office

Location of Taishan City (pink) within ... and former Deputy Executive Secretary in the Office of Secretary of ... Counsel and founder of its first law ...

Tawan
Tawan

Greater Taishan Region (台山地区), a region in Guangdong consisting of the cities of Taishan, Kaiping, Xinhui, Jiangmen, Enping and Heshan Taishan District, New Taipei (泰山區), a district in New Taipei, Taiwan

Wangfu Island
Wangfu Island

Greater Taishan Region (台山地区), a region in Guangdong consisting of the cities of Taishan, Kaiping, Xinhui, Jiangmen, Enping and Heshan;

Xiachuan Island
Xiachuan Island

Xiachuan Island (Chinese: 下川岛; pinyin: Xiàchuāndǎo) is an island of the South China Sea, on the southern coast of China, part of the Guangdong province.

Xiyunlai Hot Spring
Xiyunlai Hot Spring

Taishan hot springs covers 1360mu, with the structure area of 430 thousands square meters. The project was constructed with three phases and the investment of the first phase is 600 million yuan.

Zhenhai Bay
Zhenhai Bay

If considering the total Greater Taishan Region or Sze Yap Region, which includes Kaiping, Xinhui, Enping and Taishan, there are about 8 to 9 million Taishanese people worldwide. According to American historian Him Mark Lai, approximately 430,000 or 70% of Chinese Americans in the 1980s were Taishanese according to 1988 data.