East Asia

Xianren Cave – The site of the immortals in Jiangxi

  An archaeological site and a location of historically discoveries of prehistoric pottery shards and it bears evidence of early rice cultivation. The cave’s name refers to

Florence Griffith Joyner – The fastest woman breaks all records in Seoul

Also known as Flo-Jo, was an American track and field athlete. During the late 1980s she became a popular figure due to both her record-setting athleticism and

Taiwan’s National Theater and National Concert Hall – The twin ornaments of arts in Taipei

The two venues were completed in 1987. The landmarks are located on the south and north sides of Liberty Square with the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. Yang

Itsukushima Shrine Torii – The red floating gate in Itsukushima

The most recognizable and famous feature of the Itsukushima shrine complex, the torii gate is 15 meters high, made of wear-resistant camphor wood. The torii appear to

Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market – The supposed “Ground Zero” site of the COVID-19 in Wuhan

A market for live animals and seafood, it is said to be the largest wholesale seafood market in central China, hosting hundreds of tenants. The market opened

Lou Kau Mansion – The historical traditional house in Macau

The building was built around 1889 as a home of Lou Kau, a prominent Chinese merchant. Lou Kau Mansion is a two-storey, traditional grey-brick courtyard house, with

St. Lawrence’s Church – The elegant catholic church in Macau

Built by the Jesuits in the mid-16th century, this is one of the three oldest churches in Macao. Its present appearance and scale was acquired in 1846.

University of Macau – The next stage of modern higher education in Macau

The genesis of the university dates from 1981 when its predecessor, the private University of East Asia (UEA), was co-founded by Mr Wong King Keung, Mr Edward

Kaiyuan Temple – The impressive colorful museum-memorial in Xikou

A monumental temple of Zheng Chenggong, the prince of Yanping. Zheng was a loyal Chinese Ming who resisted with a fearless heroic spirit the conquest of China

National Palace Museum – The world’s largest collection of priceless Chinese art treasures in Taipei

A permanent collection of nearly 600,000 pieces of ancient Chinese imperial artifacts and artworks, making it one of the largest of its type in the world. The

Seiko Laurel – The first Japan’s wristwatch is being exhibited in Tokyo

The company was founded in 1881, when Kintarō Hattori opened a watch and jewelry shop called “K. Hattori” in the Ginza area of Tokyo, Japan. Eleven years

Paris of China – The replica of the French capital in Tianducheng

Spread over 31 square kilometers, this luxurious housing estate, opened in 2007, was modeled after France’s famous “City of Light” with Parisian-style buildings, fountains, landscaping and even

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