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At 15:16 on July 7, 2017 in Poland, the Chinese “Qinghai Hoh Xil” application was approved at the 41st World Heritage Committee meeting of UNESCO and successfully listed on the World Heritage List. It becomes China’s 12th World Natural Heritage Site and 51st World Heritage Site, and China’s largest natural world heritage site.

The Last Pure Land of Mankind

Hoh Xil, Mongolian refers to “cyan mountains” and Tibetan refers to “beautiful girls.” Hoh Xil is widely recognized as “the last pure land of mankind” and is the perfect combination of alpine ecosystem and plateau wetland ecosystem.

The World Heritage Committee and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) highly praise the heritage value of ‘Qinghai Hoh Xil’ :

“Hoh Xil has a vast area with little impact from modern human activities. Extreme weather conditions and its inaccessibility together protect this last sanctuary, which has many plateau-dependent species of global importance. Advanced plants found in Hoh Xil More than one-third of them are unique to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and all herbivorous mammals that depend on these plants are also unique to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.

It has extraordinary natural beauty, its beauty is beyond human imagination, and it is amazing in all respects. ’

The Qinghai Hoh Xil World Heritage Site is located in the northeastern part of the world’s largest, highest and youngest Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. It is located in Zhiduo County and Qumalai County of Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, and most of them are in no-man’s land with an area of 37,400 square kilometers. With a buffer area of 22,900 square kilometers, it is currently the largest natural world heritage project in China. The district and its surrounding areas are state-level protected areas and are strictly protected by national laws and regulations.

The world natural heritage of Hoh Xil has rare and unique natural resources in the world. It preserves the most complete plateau plane on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the most dense lake group in China with different succession stages and different salinities and shapes. It is important in the northern part of the Yangtze River. The catchment area; the huge mountain system and glaciers, lakes, river wetlands and geological relics, plateau meadows, and plateau grasslands constitute the only special habitats in the world; the population of the most representative species of the plateau, the “Plateau Elf” Tibetan antelope It accounts for nearly 40% of the global population, and the area of breeding land accounts for nearly 80% of the global breeding area. At the same time, the nominated place is also the habitat of the “fossil-class” wild animal wild yak, which is one of the world’s least affected areas, and the most perfect and typical wilderness landscape in the world. The ideal space for multidisciplinary research and understanding of the interrelationships and constraints between organisms and the laws of ecological change.

It has unparalleled biodiversity, with 210 species of plants, of which 72 species are endemic to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, such as the short-stem-shaped snow-Ganoderma lucidum, Qinghai delphinium, and Hoh Xil Androsace. There are 75 species of vertebrates, including 20 species of mammals, 48 species of birds, 6 species of fish, 1 species of reptiles, and 12 species of endemic species of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, such as Tibetan antelope, argali, wild yak, and Tibetan wild ass. And large carnivores such as brown bears and wolves.

According to the Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, Hoh Xil meets the World Heritage standards vii and x.

Standard vii: A wonderful natural phenomenon or an area with excellent natural beauty and aesthetic value.

Hoh Xil has a rare and unique natural landscape, huge mountains, steep glaciers, colorful lakes and extraordinary natural beauty of river wetlands. It is amazing and beyond imagination. The unique geographical environment and climatic characteristics of the Earth’s “third pole” in the hinterland of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau have created a unique ecosystem at high altitudes around the world, documenting the history of the evolution of the earth and the evolution of life.

Standard x: is the most important natural habitat for biodiversity conservation, including endangered species habitats with outstanding universal value from a scientific and conservation perspective.

The unique peculiarity of the flora of the site, combined with the characteristics of high altitude and cold climate, has spawned the same highly unique fauna. Including 75 species of vertebrates, it also preserves the habitat of the Tibetan antelope’s complete life cycle and the scene of the herd of the mother antelope after long-distance migration, and its complete migratory route between Sanjiangyuan and Hoh Xil, supporting the Tibetan antelope undisturbed. Migration.

(Claim: Images are all from Chinese Internet)

On December 1st, 1999, good news came from Morocco, thousands of miles away: the 23rd session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee made a decision to approve Wuyi Mountain as a double heritage of culture and nature, to be included in the ‘World Natural and Cultural Heritage List’. It becomes the fourth place in China and one of the 23 “double heritages” of world culture and nature in the world. Wuyi Mountain has taken the “golden signboard”  in the world’s tourism industry.

Wuyishan has a unique, rare and wonderful natural landscape. In 1990, Mrs. Barco, the former Chairman of the Executive Committee of the World Tourism Organization, happily inscribed after visiting Wuyi Mountain: “The unpolluted Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area is a model of world environmental protection.”

Physical Geography

Located in the northwestern part of Fujian Province, Wuyi Mountain is a subtropical region with a total area of 2,798 square kilometers. Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area is a typical Danxia landform. The highest point is Huanggang Mountain, which is 2158 meters above sea level. There are 36 peaks and 99 rocks on the both banks of Jiuqu River.

Ecological Resources

Wuyi Mountain is a key area for global biodiversity conservation. It preserves the most complete, most typical and largest sub-tropical native forest ecosystem in the same latitude of the earth. It is known to have 3,728 species of plants, including almost all types of vegetation in the mid-subtropical region of China; 5,110 species of known animals are rare. The unique gene library of wild animals enjoys the reputation of “the window of the world’s living things”, “the kingdom of snakes”, “the paradise of birds”, “the world of insects”, “the paradise of monkeys” and “natural botanical gardens”. The key to Asian amphibians and reptiles.” In 1987, the Wuyi Mountain Nature Reserve was listed by the UNESCO as a member of the World Manpower and Biosphere Conservation Network. In 1992, it was listed by the United Nations as a global biodiversity A-level nature reserve.

Ecological Resources

1. A Barge Coffin, dating back more than 3,750 years, is the earliest dating site found at home and abroad;

2. Ancient Seoul Ruins, 2355±70 years ago, Wangcheng, the area of the Western Han Dynasty and the Yue State, covering an area of 220,000 square meters;

3. Zhuzi’s science of science constitutes the ideological theory of China’s dominance from the Song Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, and its influence is far from East Asia and Southeast Asia;

4. Cliff Stone Carvings, there are 426 existing, from Song to Qing, is a treasure house of Wuyishan ancient culture and ancient calligraphy art;

5. Ancient Cliffs Residence;

6. Tea Culture;

7. Religious Culture;

8. Zhaoqing Bridge.

(Images all from Chinese Internet)

At the 40th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Istanbul, Turkey, Shennongjia was officially listed on the World Heritage List and was awarded the title of “World Natural Heritage Site”. At this point, Shennongjia became the first item in Hubei Province and the 11th World Natural Heritage in China.

China’s First “Triple Crown” Conservation Area

Shennongjia is the only declared World Natural Heritage Project in China in 2016. It has also become the first in China and the second in the world to receive the three major protection systems of UNESCO Human and Biosphere Reserve, World Geopark and World Heritage. The Triple Crown” directory heritage site.

The Shennongjia World Natural Heritage Site covers an area of 73,318 hectares. It is divided into the Shennong Dingba East Area in the west and the Laojun Mountain Area in the east. The buffer area of the heritage site is 41,536 hectares.

The World Heritage Committee believes that Shennongjia is unique in the world in terms of biodiversity, zonal vegetation types, vertical natural bands, ecological and biological processes, and has the world’s most complete vertical natural spectrum, and its biodiversity has filled in the World Heritage List.

Shennongjia Dajiu Lake is the core scenic spot of Shennongjia, the world's geological park.

At present, there are 3,767 vascular plants in the Shennongjia Heritage Site. More than 600 species of vertebrate have been recorded, and 4,365 species of insects have been found. Among them, there are 205 endemic species, 2 endemic genera and 1793 endemic species in China. The number of flagship species Shennongjia golden monkeys is more than 1,300.

Golden monkey

Tourism Resources

The Shennongjia Eco-tourism Zone is located at the eastern end of the Qinba Mountain Range. It is shared with the Wuling Mountains and covers the Yangtze River Three Gorges, covering an area of 45.4 square kilometers. There are geological wonders from the most complete Precambrian strata on the earth, the Yanshan and Himalayan glaciers. It is centered on the “Central China Ridge”, which combines natural wonders, scientific exploration, and harmony between heaven and human. Original ecotourism area. Shennongjia is rich in ecotourism resources. It is a geological history book that records earth geological events and environmental changes. It is a climate scale that integrates subtropical to cold temperate zones. It is the watershed of the Yangtze River and Han River and the birthplace of Chinese farming civilization. It has a well-preserved northern latitude in the northern hemisphere. Subtropical forest ecosystems and rich biodiversity.

Shennong Culture

The alpine original ecological cultural community is surrounded by the ancient mysterious culture in the ancient mysterious forest of Shennongjia. The unique charm of the Shennongjia culture is like an old wine, fragrant, intoxicating and fascinating. The Shennongjia culture has distinctive features that distinguish it from other regions: this is the ancient mountain feature. It not only retains the traces of the original ancient culture, but also has a strong regional landscape. Its regional cultural characteristics are regarded as a rare mountain cultural circle in Asia – the original ecological cultural community belt of the mountains.

Savage Mystery

Shennongjia is one of the places where the number of “wild people” is the most, and the number of witnesses is the most. According to incomplete statistics, since the beginning of the last century, nearly 400 people have seen nearly 100 “wild people” living in different places. Since 1977, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has conducted scientific research and research on Shennongjia humanoid animals. In the past 30 years, it has received reports from hundreds of people who have seen “wild people”. At the same time, it has collected a lot of evidence about humanoid animal activities. But for 30 years, there has never been a positive contact with humanoid animals.

At 11:36 on July 2, 2018, at the 42nd World Heritage Congress in Manama, capital of Bahrain, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee considered the inclusion of Fanjings Mountain on the World Heritage List. Fanjing Mountain became the 53rd World Heritage Site and the 13th World Natural Heritage Site in China.

Fanjing Mountain

Fanjing Mountain, formerly known as “Three Valleys”, is located in Tongren City, Guizhou Province, and is named after “Brazil Pure Land”. Fanjing Mountain has won the “China’s Top Ten Summer Mountain” in 2008 and 2009, and is the fifth largest Buddhist mountain in China with Wutai Mountain in Shanxi, Putuo Mountain in Zhejiang, Mount Emei in Sichuan and Jiuhua Mountain in Anhui.

Fanjing Mountain has abundant wildlife resources, such as rare golden monkeys and phoenix trees. In the mountains, you can’t find the traces of artificial scenery. The “Mushroom Stone” of the main peak is a famous landscape, and it is also a rare place for tourism.

If you want to feel the quietest time, then you must go to the Fanjing Mountain, known as the Brahma Pure Land, to experience the infinite scenery of the mountains.

Fanjing Mountain

The ‘golden dome’ stands on a narrow ridge with a height difference of several hundred meters. Under the weathering erosion, the hard rock body cracks to form a crevice, so the ‘golden dome’ is divided into two. People built a temple on each of the two peaks, the Sakyamuni temple on the left and the Maitreya temple on the right.

More metamorphic rock masses have formed unique shapes under the engraving of nature for hundreds of millions of years, such as “Eagle Rock”

Fanjing Mountain is the highest peak in the surrounding area. The southeast monsoon from the Pacific Ocean and the southwest monsoon from the Indian Ocean meet here. The warm and humid air current that comes with the monsoon is blocked by the mountain and climbs up, the clouds around the mountains become the norm.

The transpirational airflow is converted into abundant precipitation. The annual precipitation of Fanjing Mountain is as high as 1100-2600 mm. The metamorphic rocks that are difficult to dissolve make the precipitation gather on the surface to form streams and rivers, which can provide hundreds of millions of cubic meters of clean fresh water to the surrounding area every year.

Adequate water sources, fertile soil layers, and the subtropical environment in which Fanjing Mountain is located, the hydrothermal conditions are superior, providing an excellent environment for the habitat of animals and plants. According to incomplete statistics, there are 4,394 wild plants in Fanjing Mountain, with a forest coverage rate of over 80%, which is superior to the surrounding carbonate rock areas regardless of mass or number.

Within a few kilometers of vertical distance, Fanjingshan spans four temperature zones, including the mid-subtropical zone, the northern subtropical zone, the warm temperate zone, and the mid-temperate zone. Temperature zones at different altitudes can meet the growth needs of different vegetations, including evergreen broad-leaved forest belts below 1300-1400 meters, evergreen, deciduous broad-leaved mixed forests of 1400-2200 meters, and subalpine needle-width mixed plants of 2200-2570.5 meters. Forest and shrub meadow belts, this is the vertical natural belt of the mountains.

An isolated island with a small area like Fanjing Mountain, the natural vegetation remains relatively primitive and has become a place for the survival, reproduction and evolution of more than 6,000 species of plants and animals. There is the largest continuous distribution of Cyclobalanopsis glauca in the global subtropical region.

Up to now, in the World Heritage List, China has 53 items, including 36 world cultural heritages, 4 world cultural and natural heritages, and 13 world natural heritage sites.

World Cultural Heritage

China’s 36 World Cultural Heritage List:

  1. Great Wall (Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing, Shandong, Henan, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Gansu, Ningxia, Qinghai, Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang)
  2. Mogao Grottoes (Gansu)
  3. Ming and Qing Palace Museum (Beijing Forbidden City, Shenyang Imperial Palace)
  4. The Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors and Horses (Shaanxi)
  5. Zhoukoudian Peking Man Site (Beijing)
  6. Historic buildings of the Potala Palace in Lhasa (Jokhang Temple, Norbulingka (Tibet))
  7. Chengde Mountain Resort and its surrounding temples (Hebei)
  8. Qufu Confucius Temple, Konglin and Confucius (Shandong)
  9. Wudang Mountain Ancient Building Complex (Hubei)
  10. Lushan National Geopark (Jiangxi)
  11. Lijiang Ancient City (Yunnan)
  12. Pingyao Ancient City (Shanxi)
  13. Suzhou Classical Garden (Jiangsu)
  14. Beijing Royal Altar – Temple of Heaven (Beijing)
  15. Beijing Royal Garden – Summer Palace (Beijing)
  16. Dazu Rock Carving (Chongqing)
  17. Longmen Grottoes (Henan)
  18. Royal Tombs of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (Existing Mausoleum (Hubei), Qingdong Mausoleum (Hebei), Qing Xiling (Hebei), Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum (Jiangsu), Ming Tombs (Beijing), Shengjing Sanling (Liaoning)
  19. Qingcheng Mountain – Dujiangyan (Sichuan)
  20. Southern Anhui Ancient Village – Xidi, Hongcun (Anhui)
  21. Yungang Grottoes (Shanxi)
  22. Gaogouli Wangcheng, Wangling and noble tombs (Jilin, Liaoning)
  23. Macau’s Historic District (Macau)
  24. Anyang Yinxu (Henan)
  25. Kaiping Diaolou and Village (Guangdong)
  26. Fujian Tulou (Fujian)
  27. Wutai Mountain (Shanxi)
  28. Dengfeng “between heaven and earth” historical monument (Henan)
  29. Hangzhou West Lake Cultural Landscape (Zhejiang)
  30. Yuanshangdu Site (Inner Mongolia)
  31. Honghe Hani Terraced Field Cultural Landscape (Yunnan)
  32. Grand Canal (Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong, Henan, Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang)
  33. Silk Road: Chang’an-Tianshan Corridor Road Network (Henan, Shaanxi, Gansu, Xinjiang)
  34. Toast ruins (Hunan, Hubei, Guizhou)
  35. Zuojiang Huashan Rock Painting Cultural Landscape (Guangxi)
  36. Gulangyu: Historical International Community (Fujian)

Among them

Lushan, Wutaishan, Hangzhou West Lake, Hani Terrace and Huashan Rock Painting are the only five cultural landscape heritages in China’s World Heritage Site.

Mogao Grottoes
Suzhou Classical Garden
Qingcheng Mountain – Dujiangyan
Kaiping Diaolou and Village

World Natural Heritage

China’s 13 World Natural Heritage List:

  1. Huanglong Scenic Area (Sichuan)
  2. Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area (Sichuan)
  3. Wulingyuan Scenic Area (Hunan)
  4. Yunnan Sanjiang Parallel Conservation Area (Yunnan)
  5. Sichuan Giant Panda Habitat (Sichuan)
  6. South China Karst (Yunnan, Guizhou, Chongqing, Guangxi)
  7. Sanqingshan World Geopark (Jiangxi)
  8. China Danxia (Guizhou, Fujian, Hunan, Guangdong, Jiangxi, Zhejiang)
  9. Chengjiang Fossil Site (Yunnan)
  10. Xinjiang Tianshan (Xinjiang)
  11. Hubei Shennongjia (Hubei)
  12. Qinghai Hoh Xil (Qinghai)
  13. Fanjing Mountain (Guizhou)
Qinghai Hoh Xil
Hubei Shennongjia
Sichuan Giant Panda Habitat
South China Karst

Yunnan Stone Forest

Guilin Lijiang

Wulong Tiankeng

World Cultural and Natural Merger Heritage

China’s four World Heritage and Natural Merger Heritage List

  1. Taishan (Shandong)
  2. Huangshan (Anhui)
  3. Emeishan-Leshan Giant Buddha (Sichuan)
  4. Wuyishan (Fujian)
Taishan Mountain
Emeishan-Leshan Giant Buddha
Huangshan Mountain
Wuyishan Mountain

Images are from《中国国家地理》 <China National Geographic>

No.1 Tibet Ranwu Lake

Ranwu Lake means “Milk-like lake” in Tibetan language. Her tranquility and blue are famous. In the distance, the snow-capped top of mountains are not thawing all the year round. The lakeside mountainside is a lush forest, and the Ranhu Lake reflects the forest like a mirror. All this, is so peaceful.

Coupled with a group of cattle, sheep and crops on the green grassy beaches of the lake, it forms a unique picture of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the idyllic pastoral charm of the Tibetan area. Such a breathtaking view, probably the fairy will be intoxicated!

No.2 Taiwan Kenting

Kenting is known as the ‘Taiwanese’s End of the World’, and the final landing site of the actor in “The Fantasy Drifting of the Youth” is filmed here.

White beaches, blue waters, in Kenting, please slow down and listen carefully, let the surging waves “speak” to you the most beautiful story of Kenting.

No.3 Guangzhou Xitou Village

Kenting is known as the ‘Taiwanese’s End of the World’, and the final landing site of the actor in “The Fantasy Drifting of the Youth” is filmed here.

White beaches, blue waters, in Kenting, please slow down and listen carefully, let the surging waves “speak” to you the most beautiful story of Kenting.

No.4 Zhejiang Mingao Terraced Field

Mingao, after more than 1,000 years of farming in the dynasties, the terraced fields are like the carved works of mankind on the earth.

The terraced terraces are built on the hills, and the hills are built along the slopes of the mountains, extremely spectacular.

No.5 Sichuan Liangshan Ma Na Cha Jin

Located in the middle of the Hengduan Mountains in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, there is such a blue moon shrouded in the “mountain of the sea”. She has a beautiful and rustic name “Muli” – meaning the garden of God.

It does not lose Tibet here, but it is also comparable to Xinjiang. It can be called a true mythical world.

Wuhan has the highest proportion of eating out in the country. Every day, when it doesn’t shine. Nearly 100,000 people have got up early to find the first meal of the day.

Hot Dry Noodles with Sesame Paste

Li Xiaohong, the owner of the hot-dry noodle shop, is busy at 4 am every day. Li Qianping, who earns money to support his family in Wuhan, chooses to eat a bowl of hot dry noodles every day to start a hard day’s work.

According to statistics, Wuhan people can eat 3.5 million kilograms of hot dry noodles a day.

Three Fresh Bean Skin

A delicious bean skin, from selection to production, can not be careless. Dried beans, lean meat and mushrooms are selected carefully the owner so the Ingredients can be cooked to achieve the delicacy.

Three Fresh Bean Skin

Wuhan is born with water, and crucian carp is also the most commonly eaten fish in Wuhan. Xu Han’an and his son go to the fish market every day to buy fresh carp and use whole grains to make soup.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in Oily Pancake

In the eyes of many people, the best breakfast shop is the shop that grows with them.

This store has been in business for 19 years and can sell about 100 kilograms of steamed pork dumplings every day. The steamed pork dumplings in oily pancake is a special breakfast for this shop.

(Photos are all from the documentary)

Beijing’s traditional morning snacks have been passed down to the present, like a biscuit or a bean juice, all the snacks are particularly made.

Lamb Pancake

Song Jun is the owner of a lamb pancake shop. His lamb pancake shop is run from his grandfather.

The texture of the lamb is an important guarantee for his family’s lamb pancake. The owner, Song Jun, has always used the “slipping sheep” from Inner Mongolia which sheep is put on the mountain. Due to the increase in cost, the herdsmen who have supplied lamb for more than ten years have raised the demand for price increases.

The discussion was fruitless, Song Jun could only make up the difference by himself, but he chose not to increase the price of the pancake in the store, because he believed that it was not only the taste but also the authenticity passed down from generation to generation.

Beijing snacks can not only carry the exquisite taste of the palace snacks, but also include the home-cooking of fried liver and bean juice.

Oil Sugar Pancake

Bean Juice

(Photos are all from the documentary)

Feng Shui, the Chinese all know Feng Shui, and also very seriously understand and use Feng Shui.

The truth of Feng Shui is a very old word, Places with good fengshui are for blessed people.

If you have a blessing, live in a place with poor feng shui, Feng Shui will turn around with you.

If you don’t have a blessing, live in a place with good feng shui, you can’t keep it, and the feng shui will break on its own.

1. How Does Feng Shui Break or Change on Its Own?

For example, wind, thunder and rain, electric and wood, worms, these can change the landscape, that is, feng shui, all things in the natural world can make good feng shui, but also can break feng shui.

2. Why Would Feng Shui Be Broken?

Everyone knows that the ancient emperors will find the best feng shui, but they are still defeated. Why?

Because the fortune is exhausted. If Ford can’t afford it, the town can’t live with this good feng shui, it will be broken by itself (unfortunately the treasure). This is like raising an elephant (the Emperor’s pulse), the elephant is starved to death, and he is quickly eaten poorly (so some people in history have lived in the feng shui and made it difficult). If you change a puppy (in a normal place), you may still have a lively jump.

We have a saying in China: People are outstanding. The earth is spiritual, and all things on the earth have spirits. Your fort is not enough, good feng shui does not obey you, do not want to protect you, and some prefer to be jade and not full, self-respect is very strong. It’s like a BMW. Not only do you choose it, but you also choose it. If you don’t like you, you can’t touch the nose with your hoof. Conversely, if you live in a suitable person, it will be like a woman in front of someone he likes, more and more attention to beauty and dazzling, the more you have to show your essence. Its feelings are like finding own confidant.

3. The First One to Raise Feng Shui Is No Killing

The so-called Feng Shui treasure land is the most vigorous place for lives. Killing, things with life are afraid, and try to avoid it. Think about where there is no life – the desert. There is nothing in the desert, so nothing to generate wealth of life and happiness.

4. The Second One to Raise Feng Shui Is Filial Piety

Take filial piety, do not contradict the parents, filial piety is the life prescriptions to change all destiny, the Buddha all said that when the world of the law (work, marriage, examination, wealth, beauty, honor), from the support of parents and teachers . The Buddha also only said one kind of person, although he turns back in life circle, their roots are not bad. This is the person who does filial piety.

5. The Third Thing to Raise Feng Shui – Don’t Badmouth

You can’t even badmouth your loved ones at home when you are alone. Because  the ghosts and gods are always listening, they listen everything. And the cups, the table, the chairs around you are listening too. You say bad things, they don’t accept you. This is like a general, the sergeant will not accept you, you will not be able to control, the military will be scattered. They have been with you for a long time, and they will have the same kind of learning and learn the same as you. This is the saying “the object is the master shape.”

6. Respect Is The Treasure to Attain All Wisdom

We say that the sea is the king because sea is the lowest and it can bear and hold everything, and it becomes king. I put myself at the lowest level, and the wisdom of all things can also come together towards me.

The true virtue, can not be separated from being respectful

This documentary  mainly introduces the local breakfast food culture in different provinces. The protagonist of this documentary is not from a professional chef. All the restaurant are selected from the streets, but those food also has a taste.

Little Pot Rice Noodle

In Yunnan province, the rice noodles are not only the bridge rice noodles we know well, but also fried, boiled and other kinds of rice noodles. And you can have no-repeated rice noodle for a month.

Customized Little Pot Rice Noodle

In Kunming city, Li Yufeng’s ‘small pot custom rice noodle’ does not have any special ingredients, includes sauerkraut, leeks and meat.

However, in order to ensure the quality of the ingredients, the owner closes the door at 2 pm every day, and drives to Chenggong which is 40 to 50 kilometers away, and selected the fresh ingredients for the next day.

(Po Su) Crisp Flat Cake

In Xizhou, Dali city, the ancient architecture and cozy lifestyle have created a life-like habit of the locals. The tradition and openness of the blend creates a unique breakfast flavor.

Po Su (Broken Crisp) is a unique pasta cooking method in Yungui area. Xizhou Crisp is one of the most proud foods of the local people.

Sweet, salty, adding meat and egg, different flavors have various tastes.

Du Fangming, who has been a crispy cake cook for 17 years, has dreamed of traveling around, but making the crispy cake on the street has become the reason why he can’t live without his hometown.

The ancient city of Dali is a place where many ethnic groups gather. There are more than 30 kinds of breakfast here. The love of rice foods here is fully reflected in breakfast.

The most special of these breakfasts is the Laoshan Huoba (pā) meat noodle. The Huoba meat refers to the state in which the meat is boiled and very soft.

With a history of 1,300 years, Huoba meat needs more than 12 months of foreleg meat to be roasted with charcoal fire to reduce excess oil, and the fire and time of cooking are only known to the experienced producers.

Long Stick Noodle

In the ancient city of Dali, one long and continuous stick noodle symbolizes the longevity and reunion

Old people and children would eat a bowl of long stick noodle for their birthdays.

Even if there is already machine production, the owner Yang Lan still insists on making it by hand.

Er Si Thread Noodle

Tengchong is the birthplace of Yunnan Er Si thread noodle. The Er Si thread noodle is the noodle made from rice, but it is more delicate and sweet than the ordinary rice noodles.

The Er Si thread noodle has different names depending on the method of cooking. The Er Si thread noodle that is cooked with the broth is called “large processing”.

Stir-fry thread noodle is called ‘Great Rescue’

Hot-pot Er Si thread noodle

In either case, the raw material of the Er Si Thread noodle is the key to the delicate taste.