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  • COCONUTS OVER MY HEAD
    COCONUTS OVER MY HEAD
    by Andrew_Liu
  • Yalong bay
    Yalong bay
    by dahcky
  • PRChinaFlag
    PRChinaFlag
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    Best time to go to Hainan

    by xuessium Written Feb 14, 2005

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    Favorite thing: Hainan is so far south from the rest of China that the seasons are not prominent here. The best time to go will be during November-February, the "winter" season when the weather is dry and there is no rain. You may get lots of sunshine to get that tan you always wanted.

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    Sanya,the chinese Hawaii

    by dahcky Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Favorite thing: The End of the Earth and the Corner of the Sea

    Located 23 kilometers west of Sanya, this scenic spot consists of numerous rocks with carvings left behind by men of letters in ancient China, among which the "End of the Earth", "the Corner of the Sea", and "No. One Pillar in Southern Sky" are the famous.

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    Yalong Bay-the best beach in china

    by dahcky Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Yalong Bay

    Located 28 kilometers southeast of downtown Sanya, Yalong Bay, in the shape of the crescent moon, is 7.5 kilometers long. It is known for its white and fine sand, long beach, the scene of blue sky and the crystal-clear sea water.

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    National Flag of The People's' Republic of China

    by xuessium Written Mar 4, 2005

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    Favorite thing: The national flag of the People's Republic of China is the five-star red flag. The red color of the flag is the symbol of the revolution, signifying that the political power of the People's Republic of China is achieved through bloodshed and lives laid down by countless revolutionary martyrs who marched forward wave upon wave in the heroic struggles for the revolution. In the upper-left corner of the flag there are five-pointed yellow stars, of which the big one represents the Communist Party of China and the four small ones the people of all ethnic groups of the country. One point of the big star points right up the flag and of the four small ones each has a point pointing towards the centre of the big star. This shows that the Chinese Communist Party is the force at the core of the leadership of the Chinese people of all ethnic groups who unite closely as one round the Party. With the color of the stars in yellow this means the great cause of socialism has a bright future. With the flag-staff painted white, that is to suggest flawless purity and loftiness."

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    AN APPLE AND NEWTON

    by Andrew_Liu Written May 28, 2003
    COCONUTS OVER MY HEAD

    Fondest memory: I rested on a hammock here and looked up the sky. I found a lot of big heavy coconut on the palm tree my hammock tied on just over my head. The wind moved the palm tree. I associated these coconut with the apples over Newton's head. I thought if the apple did not fallen down then, may be the inventor of gravity law is me! (joke!)
    A gust of wind, these coconuts shook by wind. Suddenly I thought if the coconut fell down…… I got up at once and go away rapidly…..

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