China Heritage Watch’s Top 12 Posts of 2012

China Heritage Watch

Another year is drawing to a close and in this time of reflection, I’ve taken the chance to look back on the past few months since I started this blog and have picked out the top twelve blog posts of 2012. Here they are, in no particular order:

  1. Mountains of People, Seas of People  A brief examination of the travel chaos that gripped China during the country’s “Golden Week” holiday in early October and the threats this posed to China’s heritage sites.
  2. Thinking Chinese A review of the Thinking Chinese website, which is a great resource for anyone who wants to improve their Chinese reading skills and knowledge of contemporary Chinese culture.
  3. China’s Kilometre Zero Marker A post about the kilometre zero marker near the Zhengyangmen gatehouse in Beijing and a short introduction to China’s mythical Four Symbols.
  4. Little Girl, Master Performer Meet “Little…

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