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Travel Report: Jile Temple Harbin, China.

February 2010. Jile Temple in Harbin, also known as Monastery of Bliss, was constructed in 1924 by Master Tanxu, a famous disciple of the Tiantai Buddhist clan. Whilst certainly not massive in size, Jile Temple actually stands as the biggest Buddhist complex in Heilongjiang Province. However, it’s actually a bit under the radar with western […]

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Travel Report: Harbin Siberian Tiger Park, China.

February 2010. Visitors come to the northeastern Chinese city of Harbin for its stunning Russian architecture and the world’s most impressive Ice & Snow Sculpture Festival. Less well known, but equally fascinating in its own way, is the eerie Harbin Siberian Tiger Park, situated 14 km outside the city centre. With as few as 500 […]

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