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    Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village)Ci Qi Kou Chongqing, China
    this ancient village sits along the banks of the Jia Ling River, which isn't too far from its confluence with the Yangtze River, occupying some 291 acres some ten miles from Chongqing on its western side. The city of Chongqing has gone through many changes during the past centuries, but Ci Qi Kou hasn't, almost as if it were stuck in a vacuum of time, and it reflects what Chongqing looked like centuries ago. The state council has agreed with this and made the village a protected cultural site. This village would be established over 1700 years ago, and in the Ming and Qing dynasties would become famous for producing porcelain, and so far, there have been over twenty kilns uncovered here.

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    Chongqing Laojun CaveLaojun Cave Chongqing, China
    the Laojun cave rests on a mountain that is close to Chongqing, China and one of the most beautiful scenic areas of Nashan scenic area, with the famous Yi Ke Shu Sightseeing platform to its right. Laojun Cave had originally been constructed in the Three Kingdoms Period and formally established in the transitional era from the Sui dynasty to the Tang dynasty that would last for more than 1300 years. Its primitive name is Guanghua Temple and it was a Buddhist temple originally. During the Ming dynasty, it would be changed to a Taoist Temple called Taiji Palace that is more commonly referred to as Laojun Cave. The reason for this is that the founder of Taoism, Li Laojun, lends his name to the structure that would become the palace for the Taoist masters to have their Taoist rituals held there. There are nine halls inside the cave and many beautiful paintings of Taoism and Buddhist stories.

January 8, 2014