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It looked beautiful at night. My friend who was a local, brought me around the place and explained the history behind it as well as how day to day life was like back then as well as how the household tools/equipment was used and why...More
The area is often ripe with the smells of "smelly tofu", it's takes some getting used to. There's a lot to see, while note super exciting from the perspective of visuals and such, it's an incredibly rich representation of the history. I've been there many...More
After being refused entry last time for.not having passports on hand we came back today. staff were rude. even to chinese people. made me throw out my sealed food package she spotted in my bag. tripped on their wet and uneven steps on my way...More
This is the mostly unrestored and authentic ancestral home of one of China's better known poets/essayists. It feels a bit unfinished sometimes as evidenced by just one or two lifelike mannequins in a room or two as an imagination-aide, there really is just some bare...More
I am the native of Shaoxing and I have visited there for over 10 times. I am glad to tell you something before your tour.
First, don't believe some guys taking an album and persuading you to follow them. The whole sight is FREE, or...More