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For years, scientists have argued about whether the panda is more closely related to the bear or the raccoon. Bears, raccoons, and dogs all descended from the same common ancestor that lived over 24 million years ago.The panda has some characteristics common to bears, but other characteristics are not like bears. For example, their head is larger than a bear‘s, their skull and…Continue
Posted on March 22, 2016 at 4:33am
Niubei Mountain is famous as the biggest sightseeing stand in China for its perfect wide vision. With Mount Gongga stand highest,Mud mountain,Niangniang mountain,Wawu mountain,E`mei mountain, Jiajin mountain, Siguniang mountain and Erlang mounatin in the front and Dadu river grand canyon in the back,almost all the famous mountains in Sichuan are included from the view of the Niubei Mountain.Looking around, you will find rolling mountains well-organized, displaying different layers.…Continue
Posted on March 18, 2016 at 7:51am
Serthar is a place where the Tibetan Buddhism is centralized, very well-known for the Serthar Buddhist Institution (also 'Larung Gar Buddhist Institution' or 'Wuming Buddhist Institution') in Larung Monastery. Besides, there are some other small monsteries spreaded around. All belongs to the Red Hat. Seke, a town 1.5km from Serthar, holds the annual memorial ceremony for the tallest Buddhist Pagoda in the area in end of July of Tibetan calendar.In Serthar, the average annual temperature is…Continue
Posted on March 16, 2016 at 9:43pm
One of the most surprising elements of Serthar is that more than half of those who come to study are women. Entry is limited at the relatively small nunneries that exist in areas populated by Tibetans, but Serthar is open to virtually anyone who is a genuine student of Khenpo Jikphun's brand of Buddhism. Another surprise at Serthar is that it attracts ethnic Chinese students as well as Tibetans. Of the over 8,000 students here, roughly 1000 are ethnic Chinese and students from Taiwan,…Continue
Posted on March 16, 2016 at 9:40pm
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