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This was the first time I saw a classic Chinese garden. When I saw this, I was amazed how wonderful it was. There were ponds with rocks of trees, I heard the sounds of streams. Very calm quiet place.
In China, a flood destroyed a dam near the city of Zhengzhou.
Heavy rains caused severe flooding in the central provinces of China, leaving railway stations and roads under water.
Heavy rains have closed main roads and canceled all flights. Authorities fear that a dam in Henan province could collapse at any moment due to recent storms. A 20-meter breach has formed in the Luoyang Dam, officials said. The military was sent to this area.
Beautiful views, the mountains in the fog are mysterious and mysterious. the attraction is at the top of the plateau, you need to get on the funicular.
Often I review the movie "Avatar" - hence the dream to visit these mountains! everything is true!
In Taiwan's parliament, opposition MPs fought and pelted opponents with pig intestines
The scuffle erupted amid heated debates over easing US pork import regulations.
For example, in August, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen announced that from January 1, the government would allow the import of American pork containing ractopamine. It is a feed additive banned for use by pigs in Taiwan and the European Union.
The opposition claims that imports of such pork threaten human health.
The decision to import, in particular, is opposed by lawmakers from Taiwan's main opposition Kuomintang party.
On Friday, Prime Minister Su Tseng-Chang decided to deliver a report on this issue in parliament.
The opposition prepared for this event in advance: when the prime minister came to the podium, the deputies pelted him with pig intestines and other offal. They took the guts out of the buckets.
Thus, the deputies of the Kuomintang party tried to prevent the politician from speaking. Guts also flew at the opponents. Many MPs got dirty with pig entrails.
A sacred place for the Chinese. Buddha statues were carved into limestone cliffs from the 7th to 12th centuries and still serve as a place of worship. Many statues have suffered from time and vandalism. But despite this, the complex makes an amazing impression. Book an inspection all day.