In my recent trip to Nanjing I had a bit of time to wonder around and explore a bit more of the city, saw some new places, and revisited old favorites. Xuanwu Lake wasn’t too far away from the university
Following a visit to Nanjing University I had half a day to explore the area and so set off from campus towards the north east to go see Xuanwu Lake and the nearby Nanjing old city walls. I was lucky
It’s been 6 years since I last visited Nanjing with my father, and I recently had a chance to go back and visit for a work-related trip. I had a day or so to also wonder around the university area
If you want to see Nanjing from above, make your way to the Nanjing Purple Mountains (紫金山, Zijinshan). After wrapping up a few temples, ancient city walls and lakes in Nanjing, we set to see a bit of the nature
Overlooking Qin Huai River and not too far from old Nanjing walls and the Gate of China is the Nanjing Confucius Temple featuring one of the biggest statues of the great teacher. In Taiwan I’ve been told that Confucian temples
The Nanjing Xuanwu Lake at night is China at its best. Subtle lighting, romantic atmosphere, long walking paths without any cars, a few pagodas and Chinese like decorations, the growing Nanjing skyline in the background, and you’ve got a winner.
There was once a grand wall that surrounded Nanjing – once a Chinese capital city. Yet, with all that’s been going on in China during the 20th century the wall has seen a lot of wars and destruction, yet some