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Souvenir Store
Photograph by Steve Ip, My Shot
Yunnan Province

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Children, Shangri-La
Photograph by Yiwen Ren, My Shot
This photo was taken on the Songzanlin-Chaitya square, Shangri-la, Yunnan Province, China. A father took his children to participate in the chaitya.

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Hong Kong
Photograph by XD Luo, My Shot
Shenzhen River, also called Sham Chun River, flowing southwest into Shenzhen Bay, serves as the natural border between Hong Kong and mainland China. In the city of Shenzhen, on one side of the river, construction has extended to the border, while the land remains unused in the Frontier Closed Area on the Hong Kong side. This shot was taken at the top of Shun Hing Square, the highest building in Shenzhen.

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Gadan Songzanlin Lamasery, Shangri-La
Photograph by Stephan Schwaabe, My Shot
Gadan Songzanlin Lamasery in Shangri-la, Yunnan Province, China. Set in a spring-green valley, the lamasery served to control the ancient trade route going north from China to the Himalaya.

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Shanghai at Night
Photograph by Yang Yang, My Shot
Shanghai, known as the Eastern Manhattan, is famous for its night view and architecture. Those skyscrapers landed on the east side of the Huangpu River, which flows through the city and divides it into halves. They are the symbol of the fast development of China. Every individual who sees this would be amazed by both the view and China's economic growth.

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Sai Kung Pier, Hong Kong
Photograph by Adrian Chan, My Shot
Tanks for keeping fresh seafood for seafood restaurants at Sai Kung Pier, Hong Kong

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Artisanal Dyes, Great Wall
Photograph by Jason Sawicki, My Shot
I took this photo browsing through an artist village near the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China. The colorful dyes shown are applied by hand to intricately designed copper vases.

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