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Yungang Caves

Yungang Caves, one of China's four most famous "Buddhist Caves Art Treasure Houses", is located about sixteen kilometers west of Datong, Shanxi Province. There exists 53 caves, most of which are made during the Northern Wei Dynasty between 460 and 494 AD, and over 51, 000 stone sculptures. It extends one kilometer from east to west and can be fallen into three major groups.

  The first group (including Cave 1, Cave 2, Cave 3 and Cave 4) are at the eastern end separated from others.… Continue

Posted on January 31, 2009 at 6:00am

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At 10:31pm on April 21, 2009, xuewenhui said…
At 9:33am on April 17, 2009, The Ancient One said…
Earth Is Enough
We men of Earth have here the stuff
Of Paradise - we have enough!
We need no other stones to build
The Temple of the Unfulfilled -
No other ivory for the doors -
No other marble for the floors -
No other cedar for the beam
And dome of man's immortal dream.

Here on the paths of every-day -
Here on the common human way
Is all the stuff the gods would take
To build a Heaven, to mold and make
New Edens. Ours is the stuff sublime
To build Eternity in time!

- by Edwin Markham
At 2:06am on April 12, 2009, Xi Xuechen said…
At 5:37pm on April 11, 2009, xuewenhui said…
At 12:48pm on April 11, 2009, Rene Wadlow said…
Tomorrow is Easter, a day of renewal of both nature and humans. With best wishes, Rene Wadlow
At 6:46pm on March 7, 2009, michael j balfour said…
Hi Huo Huo, your great pics make me miss China, i may actually return there this fall. BTW you should not let your horse eat grass when you are riding it, it will act like a naughty child and not listen to you again. mike
At 4:10am on February 3, 2009, Janu Ko said…
Ni Hao! :-)
Nice to meet you.
Your pictures are beautiful.
China has lots of wonderful and beautiful places and cultures.
and Thank you for good musics!
Best, Janu
At 7:06pm on January 31, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Your photos are so interesting... as is your music... thanks... I would love to see the Yungang Caves sometime... thanks for sharing it with this community...
At 8:01am on January 31, 2009, michael j balfour said…
Ni Hao Lily, are you still wide awake at 2 AM in China ? I will send info for other contact site to your email.................. ,, .
At 7:51am on January 31, 2009, michael j balfour said…
Hao ! wo zhi da ni de Zhong Guo shi


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