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Winter scenery of Mount Emei
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Winter scenery of Mount Huaying in China's Sichuan
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Pray for good luck: temples for Spring Festival prayers
Burning incense and offering prayers in a temple during the Spring Festival will bring you good luck for the whole year.

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Sichuan Province is home of the world-famous, rare animal-the giant panda, which live in the mountains and valleys of the eastern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the western Sichuan Basin.The giant panda, a symbol of auspiciousness and friendship, is recognized as a "national treasure" of China. (Full story) 
Sichuan Province, known as nature's storehouse and the fertile land of abundance, might be one of the world's most attractive tourism destinations. The province enjoys abundant tourist resources featuring beautiful natural scenery, as well as splendid historical and cultural elements. (Full story)
Local civilizations in Sichuan Province can be dated back to the 15th century BC, coinciding with the later years of the Shang and Zhou dynasties in north China. The province is famous for its local dialect, Sichuan opera, tea, wine, cuisine, medicine, and Shu Embroidery. (Full story) 
Sichuan Province, Shu for short, is located in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River in southwestern China. Sichuan, known as the land of abundance and home of the giant panda, covers a vast area of 485,000 square kilometers, making it the country's fifth largest province. (Full story)
In addition to its majority, the Han people, Sichuan is also inhabited by many ethnic groups. It has the second-largest Tibetan-inhabited region, as well as the largest Yi People-inhabited region and the only Qiang People-inhabited region in China. (Full story)

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