Our armchair travels have taken us to China. This populous country located in East Asia has a diverse landscape with grassland, desert, mountains, lakes, rivers and over 14,000 km of coastline.
Our first stop is Hong Kong an autonomous territory and former British colony found in southeastern China. It is a densely populated urban center, a major port and global financial hub. Its skyline is studded with skyscrapers. There are many architectural landmarks in the business district or Central.
Lai Chi Wo is a 400-year-old village located in Plover Cove County Park. It’s Hong Kong’s best preserved Hakka walled village and it has a Feng Shui woodland. This means that the baking of a wood brings good luck and fosters a good life. There are 200 houses, three ancestral halls, two temples and a square surrounded by banyans, opening out onto revived rice paddies. This is also one of the…
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