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The Ancient Town of Dali

Published on January 3, 2011 By admin

Sacred Place of Canyons Photography by Richard D. Fisher and Maria Gates Traveling up Cangshan Mountain with the south gondola immediately brings you to the breathtaking Qingbi Stream. Qingbi (Clear Green) Stream with it’s Green Dragon Pool derives from a mountain spring gushing out from the bottom of a rock, and the water forms a [...]

Tengchong China

Published on November 1, 2010 By admin

Canyons and Volcanoes Wonderland Water World Teng Chong, Yunnan, China Tengchong, an new center for Green Tourism or Eco-tourism travel. In western Yunnan, China on the Burma border TengChong county has 23 nationalities, most predominately the Han, Dai, Hui, A’chang, Lisu and Bai. During the “New Stone Age” people lived in this fertile valley and [...]

Nam Ou: Grand Canyon of Laos

Published on May 10, 2010 By admin

A friend emailed us this message: “Great to hear that you are putting Laotian Canyons on the world map and introducing new words to Sanskrit dictionaries in South east Asia.” “It would be a bit presumptuous for us to put any new words in the Sanskrit dictionary, but we were told by local authorities there [...]

Lost Canyons of Central Asia

Published on April 19, 2010 By admin

Please revisit us for future chapters this spring 2010! Lost Canyons of Central Asia By Richard D. Fisher and Maria Gates with Fan Xuejiao March 2010 The deepest canyons on earth which are located in the eastern rim of the Tibetan Plateau are experiencing tremendous evolutionary changes. Since 1986 our non-profit organization, Wilderness Expeditions Ltd. [...]