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[文化博览] 【整理】2008-07-18 Wild China 美丽中国:彩云之南-1

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hw Millionth billion clouds in China's far southwestern Yunan Province,lies a place of mystery and legend. Of Mity Rivers and some of the oldest jungle in the world.Here hiden valid nature strange and unique creatures, colorful tribal cultures Jungles are really found this far north of the tropics.So why do they thrive here?And how has this rapid? landscape ?? to harbe? the greatest natural wealth in all China. In the remotest southwest corner of China,a celebration is about to take place,Dai people collect water for the most important festival of the year.The Dai call themselves the people of the water,Yunan River Valleies have been their home for over 2000 years.By bringing the river water to the temple,they honor the two thing holiest to them:Buddism and their homes. The Dai give thanks to the rivers and fertile land which has nurture their culture.There's some, it might seem(s)just an excuse for the biggest water fight all the time. Dai lives are changing , this town get bigger ,modernized. But the water splashing is still celebrated. The rivers which lie the heart of Dai life culture flow from the distant mountain of Tibet,southwest through the central of Yunnan in great parellel gorgeous

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Beneath billowing clouds in China’s far southwestern Yunnan Province lies a place of mystery and legend. Of mighty rivers and some of the oldest jungles in the world, here hidden valleys nurture strange and unique creatures, and colorful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why do they thrive here? And how has this rugged landscape come to harbor the greatest natural wealth in all China? In the remote southwest corner of China, a celebration is about to take place. Dai people collect water for the most important festival of their year. The Dai call themselves “the people of the water”. Yunnan's river valleys have been their home for over 2,000 years. By bringing the river water to the temple, they honor the two things holiest to them: Buddhism and their home. The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile lands which have nurtured their culture. Though to some, it might seem just an excuse for the biggest water fight of all time. Dai lives are changing as towns get bigger and modernized but the Water Splashing Festival is still celebrated by all. The rivers which lie at the heart of Dai life and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, southward through central Yunnan in great parallel gorges.
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Beneath billowing clouds in China’s far southwest Yunnan Province lies a place of mystery and legend. Off the mighty rivers are some of the oldest jungles in the world. Here hidden valleys nurtures strange and unique creatures and colorful tribe cultures. Jungles rarely found this far north of the tropics, so why did they thrive here? And how has the rocky landscape harbor the greatest natural wealth in all China? In the remote southwest corner of China a celebration is about to take place. Dai people collect water for the most important festival of the year. The Dai call themselves the people of the water. Yunnan’s water valleys have been their home for over 2000 years. By bringing the river water to the temple they honor the two things holiest to them: Buddhism and their home. The Dai gives thanks for the rivers and the fertile lands which have nurtured their culture. Though it’s sound they might be just an excuse for the biggest water fight all of the time. Dai’s life is changed as the towns get bigger and modernized, but the water splashing festival is still celebrated by all. The rivers which lie in the heart of the Dai life and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, south through the central Yunnan in great parallel gorges.
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clouds in china's for southwest yunnan  province lies a  place of mystery and legend. of mighty rivers ,on some of the oldest jungles of the world. here hiden bounties of nature strange and unique creatures. colourful travel cultures. jungles are rarely found this far north of traffics. so why did they thrive here and how has this ragged landscape come to harbor, the greatest natural wealth in old china.

in the remotest southwest corner of china, a celebration is about to take place. dai people collect water for the most important festival of their year. the dai called themselves "the people of the water". yunnan's river  vales have been their home for over two thousand years. by bring the river water to the temple, they honored two things holliest to them:buhddism and their home. the dai give thanks for the rivers and the fertile lands which have nutri their culture.just excuse for the biggest water fight war time. day lives are changing as towns get bigger and modernize. but water festival is still celebrated by all. the rivers which lie the heart of dai life and culture float from the distan montains of tibet. southwest from central yunnan, in great parallel gogerce 

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Beneath billowing clouds in China's far southwestern Yunnan province, lies a place of mystery and legend. Of mighty rivers and some of the oldest jungles in the world.

Here hiden vallysvalleys nurture strange and unique creatures, and colorful tribletribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why do they thrive here? And how doeshas thethis rugged landscape come to habor the greatest natural wealth in all China.

In the remote southwest corner of China a celebration is about to take place. Tai people collect water for the most important festival of their year. The Tai call themselves the people of the water. Yunnan's river valleys have been their home for over 2000 years. By bringing the river water to the temple, they honered two things holiest to them: Buddhism and their homes.

The Tai give thanks for the rivers and fertile lands which have nurtured their culture. But the sonsThough to some, it might seems just an excuse to the biggest water fight for all the time. Tai lives are changing, itsas towns get bigger and modernized, but the Water Splashing festival is still celebratingted by all. The rivers which lie at the harder theheart of Tai life culture flow from the distant moutains  of Tibet, southward through central Yunnan in Great Paloyparallel gorges.

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