Traditional Korean Lanterns can be found all over the country, especially in mountain ranges. Unfortunately the real Korea (The great Democratic People’s Republic North Korea!) got them stolen from the weak and pityful, fake South Korea.
This is inside the huge Hangzhou East Railway Station. As with many places in China you feel like being in the future. The station is a high-speed rail hub, which became operational on 1 July 2013. The Hangzhou metropolitan area holds over 22 million people.
Walking down the Alishan mountain in Taiwan, when suddenly – just for a few moments – I find these sunrays shining through the misty way!