Photos from Taizhou, Jiangsu, China, Asia

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THE CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR, 2011, IS THE YEAR OF THE RABBIT.
Welcome to TAIZHOU TEACHERS COLLLEGE IN JIANGSU, PRC
The most recognizable building on the campus of Taizhou Teachers College.
Colorful Spring in the city parks and gardens of Taizhou.
The Award Certificate
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The Dragon Boat Festival has enjoyed success for thousands of years.
Dragon Boat Festival,  Photo 35
It is easy to see, that this festival takes months of planning.
Festive and Exciting!
Presentations are offered on land, sea, and air.
The 2009 Qintong Dragon Boat Festival in Taizhou
The Dragon in China is of great significance.
Each village will be known by its color.
The spectacular "Qintong Dragon Boat Festival".
Cave-carvings in Hangzhou
"The Peach Blossom Fan"
Poets of Taizhou have been inspired by these blossoms.
Taizhou Peach Blossom Festival, 2009
Taizhou Peach Blossom Festival, 2009
I love spring time in China.
Where are all the aficionados of spring?
The Taizhou Ming DynastyTower is seen on the horizon.
A flower carpet lead up the marble stairs to the entrance of the Ming Dynasty watch-tower.
The centerpiece and most recognized structure of the Peach Blossom Park
Different varieties display their unique blooms and colors.
Thousands of trees burst into blossoms as the warmth of spring anounces its season.
Spring-colors as far as the eyes can see
A marble moon bridge leads into the gardens of Mei LanFang.
Two friends
Here is where I spend many hours reading or just thinking.
Spring 2009 in Taizhou, Jiangsu
The Buddha with the helping hands.
PHOTO JOURNEY # 2
PHOTO JOURNEY # 2
Happy Lantern Festival
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Boat constructed of stone and wood.
The green spaces along the river.
Inside of the classroom, Chinese children are always focused on the front.
Our boat lady
Canna lily
Here Come the Gents!
Sunset View from the North Bund
The group photo of the Lee family announces our departure from the village.
Need a "Rolex"?
The ever-changing sky-line of Shanghai-Pudong.
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