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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2008-7-18 07:36     标题: 【整理】2008-07-18 Wild China 美丽中国:彩云之南-1

Wild China 美丽中国:彩云之南

Yunnan is not only the location of James Hilton's legendary "Shangri-La", but it is also home to one of the most diverse range of natural habitats and groupings of ethnic minority tribes in all of China.






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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.

 

[ 本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2008-7-21 17:47 编辑 ]
作者: wukeyu123    时间: 2008-7-18 08:56

Homework

 

Many / clouds in China's far southwestern Yunan province lies a place of mystery and legend.

 

Of mighty rivers, and some of the oldest jungles in the world. Here, hidden valleys nurture stange and unique creatures, and colorful tribal cultures.

 

Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why did 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 the year. The Dai call themselves the people of the water. Yunan's river Baleis has 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 give thanks for the rivers and fertile land 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, southwest through central Yunan in great / gorges


作者: zhongshan2008    时间: 2008-7-18 09:10     标题: hw

* blowing clouds in china's far south-western Yongnan province lies a place of mystery and legend of mighty rivers, and some of the oldest jungles in the world. here hidden valley nature strange and unique creatures. a colourful tribal cultures. jungles are rarely found in this far north of tropics. so why did they thrive here?and how has this rugged landscape come to harbor the greatest natural wealth in old china.

 

in the remote south concer of china, a celebration is about to take place. Dai people collect water for the most important festival of the year. the Dai called themselves the people of the water. Yunnan's river valley is have been the home over 2000 years. by bring the river water to the temple, they owner two things holinest to them, buddhism and their home. the Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which is for nature their culture. or
to some, it might seem an excuse for the biggest water fight all the time . Dai lives are changing, this town get bigger and modernized. but the water splashing festival is still celebrited by all. the rives which line of  heart of Dai life and culture flow from the distant mountains  of Tibet, southwest yunnan in great parallel gorges


作者: globalwarming    时间: 2008-7-18 09:19     标题: on 头贴

Beneath billowing clouds in China's far southwestern Yunan province lies a place of mystery and legend, of mighty rivers, and some of the oldest jungles in the world. Here, hidden valleys nurture stange and unique creatures, and colorful tribal cultures.

 

Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why did 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 the year. The Dai call themselves the people of the water. Yunan's river valleys has 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 give thanks for the rivers and fertile land 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, southwest through central Yunan in great parallel gorges

[ 本帖最后由 globalwarming 于 2008-7-18 09:21 编辑 ]
作者: lisagao118    时间: 2008-7-18 09:25     标题: hw

Many billowing clouds in China's far southwestern Yunan 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 did 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 the year. The Dai call themselves the people of the water. Yunan's river valleys has 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 give thanks for the rivers and fertile land 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, southwest through central Yunan in great parallel gorges

[ 本帖最后由 lisagao118 于 2008-7-18 09:27 编辑 ]
作者: py8765    时间: 2008-7-18 09:26

HW

Beneath billowing clouds in China's far southwestern Yunan province lies a place of mystery and legend.

 

Of mighty rivers, and some of the oldest jungles in the world. Here, hidden valleys nurtures stange and unique creatures and colorful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why did they thrive here? And how has this rugged landscape form to harbour? 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 called themselves the people of water.Yunan's river valleys have been their home for over 2000 years.By bringing the river water to the temple they honor two things holiest to them ,Buddhism and their home.

 

The Dai give thank for the rivers and fertile land 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, southwest through central Yunan in great parallel gorges.


作者: fionashen    时间: 2008-7-18 09:28

homework

 

 

Mayneath belowing 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 vallies nutures a strange and unique creatures, and colouful trival cultures.

 

Jungles are rarely found this far north of tropics. So why did they thrive here and how has this ragid landscape came to habour the greatest natural wealth in all China?

 

 

In the remote Southwest corner of China, a celebration is about to take palce. Dai people collect water for the most important festival of their year. The Dai call themselves "the people of the water". Yunnan’s river vallies have been their own for over two thousand years.

 

By bring the river water to the temple, they honor the two things holliest to them—buddism and their home. The Dai gives thanks for the rivers and fertile lands which have nurtured their culture.

 

Those are son, thye’ve might seen it just an excuse for the biggest water fight of all time. Dai lives are changing as towns get //a monolized, but the water splashing festival is still celebrating by all.

 

The rivers, which lie at the heart of Dailife and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, south with through central Yunnan in great parallel gorgeous.


作者: jianchunchang    时间: 2008-7-18 09:50

HW   你应该是在GLOBALWARNING 基础上改

 

Beneath belowing 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 nutures a strange and unique creatures, and colouful trival cultures.

 

Jungles are rarely found this far north of tropics. So why did they thrive here, and how has this ragid landscape come to habour the greatest natural wealth in all China?

 

In the remote Southwest corner of China, a celebration is about to take palce. 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 two thousand 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 land which have nurtured their culture.

 

Though to some, thye’ve might seen it 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 celebrating by all.

 

The rivers, which lie at the heart of Dailife and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, south with through central Yunnan in great parallel gorgeous.

[ 本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2008-7-18 11:30 编辑 ]
作者: zhaoq    时间: 2008-7-18 10:20

homework                                                        ----toyworld

 

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 nuture / strange and unique creatures, and colorful tribal cultures.

Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why did they thrive here, and how has this ragged landscape come to harbour the greatest natural wealth in all China?

In the remote Southwest corner of China, a celebration is about to take palce. 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 two thousand 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 land which have nurtured their culture.

Though to some, it might seen / 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, south with through central Yunnan in great parallel gorgeous.

[ 本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2008-7-18 11:37 编辑 ]
作者: sasa1900    时间: 2008-7-18 10:39

homework

        Millionth billion clouds in China fast south western Yunnan province lies place of mystery and legend. Of mity rivers and some of them own the jungles in the wild. Here hidden valid nature strange and unique creatures, a colorful travel cultures. Jungles are varied found these far north of traffics. Provided they fly here, and how has the rapid lands escape come to harbor, a greatest natural worth, in all China.

        In the remote southwest corner of China, a celebration is about to take place. Diet people collect water for the most important festival of the year. The diet call themselves, the people live the water. Yunnan rivers valley have been, the people live the water. Yunnan rivers valley have been their home for over two thousands of years. By bringing the river water to the temple, they honor the two things hold these to them: Buddhism and their home. 

        The diet give thanks for the fivers and third tired lands which have mature their culture. These of some, it may seems just an excuse for the biggest water fly of all the time. Diet lives are changing, towns get bigger and modernize but the water-splashing festival is still celebrated by all.

       The rivers which lie the hard diet live of culture throw from the distant mountains of Tevet. South with through central Yunnan in great pray land glossary.

[ 本帖最后由 sasa1900 于 2008-7-18 10:40 编辑 ]
作者: petergaofan2    时间: 2008-7-18 10:48     标题: home work

many billowing clouds in china's far south-western Yunnan province lies a place of mystery and legend of mighty rivers, and some of the oldest jungles in the world. here hidden valley nature strange and unique creatures. a colourful tribal cultures. jungles are rarely found in this far north of tropics. so why did they thrive here?and how has this rugged landscape come to harbor ,the greatest natural wealth in old china.

 

in the remote south-westconcer of china, a celebration is about to take place. Dai people collect water for the most important festival of the year. the Dai called themselves the people of the water. Yunnan's river valley has been the home for over 2000 years. by bring ing the river water to the temple, they owner two things holiness to them, buddhism and their home. the Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which has nurtured their culture. or
to some, it might seem an excuse for the biggest water fight all the time . Dai lives are changing, this town get bigger and modernized. but the water splashing festival is still celebrated by all. the rives which lies of  heart of Dai life and culture flow from the distant mountains  of Tibet, southwest throuhgh central yunnan in great parallel gorges


作者: 秋月静岚    时间: 2008-7-18 11:03     标题: homework

Many many billowing clouds in china's far south-western Yunnan province lies a place of mystery and legend .Of mighty rivers, and some of the oldest jungles in the world. here hidden valley nature strange and unique creatures. a colourful tribal cultures. jungles are rarely found in this far north of tropics. so why did they thrive here?and how has this rugged landscape come to harbor ,the greatest natural wealth in old china. in the remote south-westconcer of china, a celebration is about to take place. Dai people collect water for the most important festival of the year. the Dai called themselves the people of the water. Yunnan's river valley has been the home for over 2000 years. by bring ing the river water to the temple, they owner two things holiness to them, buddhism and their home. the Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which has nurtured their culture. or to some, it might seem an excuse for the biggest water fight all the time . Dai lives are changing, this town get bigger and modernized. but the water splashing festival is still celebrated by all. the rives which lies of heart of Dai life and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, southwest throuhgh central yunnan in great parallel gorges
作者: ziui19    时间: 2008-7-18 11:17

 homework                                      --------------toyworld

 

 

   Beneath billowing clouds in China far south western Yunnan province lies place of mystery and legend. Of mighty  rivers and some of the oldest jungles in the wild. Here hidden valleys nature strange and unique creatures, a colorful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found these far north of tropics. So why did they thrive here? And how has the rugged lands escape 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 homes for over two thousands 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 fetile lands which have natured 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 live and  culture, flow from the distant mountains of Tebet. South with through central Yunnan in great parallel gorgeous.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2008-7-18 11:38 编辑 ]
作者: 劉華    时间: 2008-7-18 11:18     标题: homework

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 varies nurture strange and unique creatures. A colorful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found these far north of the tropics? So why do they thrive here? And how has these lucky landscape come to Haber the greatest natural wealth in all China?

 

In the remote south 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  river vallies have been their home for over 2000 years. By bringing the river water to the temple they honor the two things holiest to them-buddism and their home. The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which have nurtured their culture.

 

**it might seen just the excuse of 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's life from culture flow from the distant mountains fo Tibet. South through central Yunnan in great parallel gorges.


作者: lisasky    时间: 2008-7-18 11:23

homework                        --------------toyworld

 

Millionth billion clouds in China far southwestern Yunnan province lies place of mystery and legend of mity rivers and some of them own the jungles in the wild. Here hidden valid nature strange and unique creatures, a colorful travel cultures. Jungles are rarely found these far north of tropics. So why did they fly there, and how has the rapid landscape come to harbor, a greatest natural worth, 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 rivers valley have been, the people live the water. ) Yunnan's rivers valley have been their home for over two thousand(s) of years. By bringing the river water to the temple, they honor the two things holiness these to them: Buddhism and their home. 

 

        The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile lands which have nurtured their culture. There's some, it might seem(s)just an excuse for the biggest water fight all the time. Dai  lives are changing, towns get bigger and modernize but the water-splashing festival is still celebrated by all.

 

       The rivers which lie the heart of Dai life and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tevet, south with through central Yunnan in great parellel glossary.

[ 本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2008-7-18 11:39 编辑 ]
作者: toyworld    时间: 2008-7-18 11:32

以下请在GLOBALWARMING 基础上修改,请大家注意改稿顺序和规则   toyworld [ 本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2008-7-18 11:42 编辑 ]
作者: thugstools    时间: 2008-7-18 11:46     标题: Homework

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 colourful tribal cultures.


Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why did they thrive here? And how has this ragged landscape come to harbour 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 two thousand years.


By bringing the river water to the temple, they honored two things holiest to them--Buddhism and their home. The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which have nurtured their culture. Though to some, it might seem just an excuse of the biggest water fight of all time.


Dai lives are changing cause 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, southwest through central Yunnan in great parallel gorgeous.


作者: lilijun728    时间: 2008-7-18 12:00     标题: homework

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 nuture strange and unique creatures, and colorful tribal cultures.

Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why did they thrive here, and how has this rugged landscape come to harbour the greatest natural wealth in all China.

In the remote Southwest corner of China, a celebration is about to take palce. 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 two thousand 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 land 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, southwest through central Yunnan in great parallel gorges.

[ 本帖最后由 lilijun728 于 2008-7-18 12:04 编辑 ]
作者: Kathy0307    时间: 2008-7-18 13:09

homework

 

    Beneath billowing clouds in China's far southwestern Yunnan province,lies a place of mystery and legand.Of Maichi Rivers, and some of the oldest jungles in the world,here hidden various nurtures strange and unique creatures, and colorful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found in this far north of *. So, why did they survive here, and how had 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 the year.The Dai call themselves "the people of the water". Yunnan's river valley has been their home for over 2000 years. By bringing the river water to the temple, they honor the 2 things holiest to them: Buddhism and their home. The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile their land which have nurtured their culture. So the sound, it might seem just an excuse for the biggest water fight of all time. Dai life are changing as towns get bigger and modernized. But water expressure festival is still celebrated by all.

 

    The river which lies at the heart of Dai live and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, southwest through central of Yunnan in great parallel gorges.


作者: Julie_R    时间: 2008-7-18 13:35

on globalwarming

 

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.


作者: goodbyepolice    时间: 2008-7-18 15:00

homework

 

Millionth billion clouds in China's far southwest Yunnan province ,Lays a place of mystory and legend.

 

Of mighty rives on some of oldest jungles in the world.Here hiden funnys nature strange and unique creatures. jungles are rarely found this parallel of the traffics.So why did they thrive here?And how has the *landscape to the *the greatest nature 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 called themselves the people of water.Yunnan's river valleies has been their home for two thound of years.By bringing water to the temple,They honor the two things honest to them,good * and their home. The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile lands which of nature their culture.

 

There is a song in my sing just a excuse for the biggest water fight war time.Dai lives are changing as times get begin modernise.But water's splashing festival is still celebrated by all.

 

The rivers which lay at the hat of Dai life from culture flow frome the distant mountains of Tibet.Southwest through central Yunnan in great parallel gorges.

[ 本帖最后由 goodbyepolice 于 2008-7-18 15:06 编辑 ]
作者: toyworld    时间: 2008-7-18 17:15

 

 ON Julie-R  重金买错开始,一旦采纳,重金感谢,呵呵

 

 

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 in 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 Dai.

 

The rivers which lie at the heart of Dai life and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, southwards through central Yunnan in great parallel gorges.

[ 本帖最后由 toyworld 于 2008-7-18 17:17 编辑 ]
作者: ktdid    时间: 2008-7-18 18:24

Jungles are rarely found \ this far north of the tropics.
this是副词,相当于so,north (of the tropics)也是副词,看不出来有in的必要

后面一个,俺也没听出来。。
作者: 101010011001    时间: 2008-7-18 20:35

Dai lives are changing as towns get bigger and modernized but the Water Splashing Festival is still celebrated by all.

 

好像最后没有  the Dai

[ 本帖最后由 101010011001 于 2008-7-18 20:36 编辑 ]
作者: enjoy0309r    时间: 2008-7-18 23:14     标题: Home Work

Many billions clouds in China's far south-westen YunNan province,lies the place of mystery and lengend. Of multi-rivers and some of the oldest jungles in the world.Here hiden is find.............and colorful tribal curtures.Jungles are rarely found this far north tropics.So why did they survive here and how has this rapid landscape come to harbour to create nurtural wealth in all China. In the remote south-west 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 them so, the people of the water.YunNan's river ballets has been thier home for over two-thouthend years.By bringing the river water to the temple,they honoured two things holies to them Buddhism and their home. The Dai gives thanks for the rivers and ..land which .... their culture.There's some you may make excuse for the biggest water fight wartime.DZ'life are changing as time as begin modernize.But the water flashing festival is still celebrated by all. The rivers which lies the height of DZ cuture flow from the distance mountains of Tebet. south was throwed centre YunNan in great pow glossary.
作者: Cynthiapinkf    时间: 2008-7-18 23:28     标题: Homework

Beneath billowing clouds in China’s Southwest Yunnan Province lies the place of mystery and legend, of mighty rivers and some of the oldest jungles in the world. Here, hiden valleys nurture strange and unique creatures and colorful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found this far North of tropics, so why they thrive here and how has this ragged 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 the year. The Dai call themselves the peolple of water. Yunnan’s river 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: Buddism and their home.

The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which have nurtured their cultures. 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 mordernized, but the water splashing festival is still celebrated by all.

The rivers which lie in the heart of Dai lives from culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, Southwest through central Yunnan in the great Gorges.

 


作者: zjwangjian    时间: 2008-7-19 11:09

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Beneath * clouds in China far southwest Yunnan province lies a place of mystery and legend. Of mity rivers and some of the oldest jungles in the world, here, hidden * nature strange and unique creatures, colorful tribe cultures. Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics, so why did they thrive here? And how has this rugged landscape come to harbor the greatest nature wealth in all China?

In the remote southwest of China, a celebration is about to take place. Dai people collected water for the most important festival of the year. The Dai call themselves the people of the water. Yunnan’s river valleys have been their own for over two thousand years. By bringing the river water to the temple, they honored two things holiest to them, buddhism and their home. The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which had natured 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 are getting bigger and modernized. But water splashing festival is still celebrated by all.

 The rivers, which lie the heart of Dai’s life and culture, flow from the different mountains of Tibet, south with through central Yunnan in great power-well gorgeous.

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作者: dreamzhan    时间: 2008-7-20 15:03     标题: homework

Beneath billowy clouds in china's far south 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 in these far north tropics, so why do they thrive here, and how has this rugged place 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 the year. The Dai call themselves “the people of the water”. Yunnan river valleys have been their home for over 2 thousand years. By bringing the water to the temple, they honor two things holiest to them--Buddhism and their home. The Dai give thanks for the rivers and fertile land which have nurtured their culture. Though to some, it might seem, just an excuse for the biggest water fight time. Dai lives are changing as towns get bigger and modernized, but water splashing festival is still celebrated by all. The rivers which lie at the heart of the Dai lives and culture flow from the distant mountains of Tibet, south with through central Yunnan in great parallel gorgeous.
作者: 轻云出岫    时间: 2008-7-21 09:21     标题: Homework

Beneath billowing clouds in China’s far south-west 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 colourful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found this far north of the tropics. So why do they thirve here? And how has this rugged landscape come to habor the greatest natural wealth in all China?

 

In the remote south-west corner of China, a celebration is about to take place. Dai people collect water for their most important festival of the 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 land which have nurtured their culture.

 

Those are sound though 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 Tibbet, south-west through central Yunnan, in great parallel gorgeous.
作者: 小小蜗牛    时间: 2008-7-21 21:17     标题: homework

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 Eden valleys nercheres strange and unique creatures, colorful tribal cultures. Jungles are rarely found this far north of the c . So why did they thrive here? And how has this r 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 the year. The Dai call themselves the people of the water. Yunnan’s river valleys have been their home for over two thousand 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 nursed their culture. Though to some it might seem just an excuse for the biggest water fight war time. Dai lives are changing as towns get bigger and modernized. But the water splashing festival is still celebrating by all. The rivers which lie the heart of Dai’s culture flow from the distant mountain of Tibet, southwest through central Yunnan in great parlo gorges.
作者: monkie    时间: 2008-7-22 09:15

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
作者: sherrycream    时间: 2008-7-24 10:40     标题: record

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.
作者: urlaub1983    时间: 2008-7-24 23:10     标题: HOMEWORK

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.
作者: kwenyio    时间: 2008-8-21 09:49     标题: yunnan-my home

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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 


作者: ozgursergin    时间: 2009-2-7 22:05     标题: HW

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.

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