Anping Bridge is a Song dynasty stone beam bridge in China's #Fujian province. It is 2,070 metres (1.29 mi) long.The bridge is also known as the Wuli Bridge , literally Five Li Bridge because its length is about 5 li, where a li is about 500 meters or 0.3 miles. It is a nationally protected historic site registered with the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.

China - Anping Bridge is a Song Dynasty stone beam bridge in China's Fujian province. It is metres mi) long. It is also known as the Wuli Bridge (literally Five Li Bridge) because its length is about 5 li, where a li is about 500 meters or miles.

One of the most famous Chinese paintings, often referred to as “China’s Mona Lisa” has a connection to the Chinese annual Qingming Festival, celebrated April 4-6 on the Western calendar. The painting is called Qingming Shanghe Tu. Qingming (清明) means…

Famous Chinese Painting 'China's Mona Lisa' is Almost 7 Yards Long

One of the most famous Chinese paintings, often referred to as “China’s Mona Lisa” has a connection to the Chinese annual Qingming Festival, celebrated April on the Western calendar. The painting is called Qingming Shanghe Tu. Qingming (清明) means…

Main Hall, Nanchan Temple, Wutai, Shanxi Province (Tang dynasty, 782)<p><a href='http://asianartnewspaper.com/sites/default/files/articles_additional/Main%20Hall%20Nanchansi%20temple_0.jpg'>Download Original</a></p>

Main Hall, Nanchan Temple, Wutai, Shanxi Province (Tang dynasty, 782)<p><a href='http://asianartnewspaper.com/sites/default/files/articles_additional/Main%20Hall%20Nanchansi%20temple_0.jpg'>Download Original</a></p>

Along_the_River_ QingMing  Artist: Zhang Zeduan

“Along the River During the Qingming Festival” by Zhang Zeduan...

Elaborate mountain scale armor of a high ranking officer. Reproduced from a Tang dynasty scroll of Chinese dieties styled in late Tang costumes (see below)~ Note the elaborate dragon/ qilin helmet design that is strikingly reminiscent of Sengoku era samurai helmet designs, especially that of the legendary Daimyo Takeda Shingen.

Elaborate mountain scale armor of a high ranking officer. Reproduced from a Tang dynasty scroll of Chinese dieties styled in late Tang costumes (see below)~ Note the elaborate dragon/ qilin helmet design that is strikingly reminiscent of Sengoku era samurai helmet designs, especially that of the legendary Daimyo Takeda Shingen.

Hampton Court Palace.  Home of King Henry VIII

It was originally built for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, a favourite of King Henry VIII, circa in as Wolsey fell from favor, the palace was passed to the King, who enlarged it.

Parcel 9 by Serie Architects - see how the roof is mimicking the hills in the background

Parcel 9 by Serie Architects Inspired by the UNESCO’S World Heritage listed Hakka Tulou earthen houses.

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