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Dragon Villages … features rural China and village life barely changed by time. The areas of Fujian Province with their circular ‘tulous’ and East China near Huangshan have so little changed in character that China’s historic films can be shot without the need to build scenery. This is even more true for the courtyard homes near the city of Pingyao . International protection of these sites assure them to be a unique experience which is very much focused for the 2nd time to China traveler. You will see life as it was… today, and experience it yourself in canal towns, mountain villages with an overnight in a tulou and traditional sections of modern cities. The character of these experiences provide you a very special China memory!

326 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (800) US-CHINA
Fax: (212) 643-1598
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