Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (IATA: CAN, ICAO: ZGGG) is the major airport of Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, China. Both airport codes were inherited from the former Baiyun Airport, and the IATA code is derived from Guangzhou's historical romanization Canton.
The Sarira Stupa, named after the Sanskrit word sarira meaning 'Buddhist relic', sits on a square base with an archetypal sumeru pedestal. It is roughly 50 m (164 ft) tall, constructed of brick with a lime coating on the outside that gives its white color. The main upper frame of the stupa is shaped as an inverted bowl.
Xingtai is the oldest city in North China.  The history of Xingtai can be traced back 3500 years ago. During the Shang Dynasty, Xingtai functioned as a capital city. During the Zhou Dynasty, the State of Xing – from which the present name derives – was founded in the city.
Your ending point China, Xingtai is located at (37.0631, 114.494) Total distance from Shanghai to Xingtai is 922.7 kms. 922.7 kms equals to 573.34 miles and 497.89 nautical miles. Distance information is flight distance as a line. Flight time between Shanghai to Xingtai can change depending on many different conditions.
There are three dams near Daxian that contain the Zhuzhuang, the Dongchuankou and the Yegoumen reservoirs. On the afternoon of July 19, the Xingtai government said it would open the Zhuzhuang Reservoir dam, to release rising floodwater, according to the Beijing News.
Located in Licheng County in Xingtai City, White Cloud Cave of Mount Kong is a rare karst cave covering an area of 4,784 square yards. There are four large cave chambers which present different views. The first chamber is as splendid as heaven. The crystal stone screens hangs right in front of you, shining brightly dazzling your eyes.