Everest Base Camp in Tibet
5,200 meters. That's Mt. Everest peak in the background.
"Crazy Snowflakes" copperplate wall
"Crazy Snow" copperplate wall
Bronze cast footprints of the survivors of the Nanjing Massacre
Numeric plaques mark the wounds that killed these victims.
Inside the Pits of 10,000 Bodies, a cross-section of the graveyard shows bones of the victims of the Nanjing Massacre
Senbazuru (thousand paper cranes) left as tokens of peace at the Nanjing Massacre Memorial
The bronze statue represents one of the survivors of the Nanjing Massacre
Nanjing Zhonghuamen Gate
Ming warriors at the Nanjing Zhonghuamen Gate
Big doors need big knockers
Visiting the Xiaoling Tomb of the Ming Dynasty
A couple of cute children pose for 'Uncle' while riding the Kowloon-Canton Railway. Many children call adults 'Uncle' or 'Auntie' as a sign of respect.
The night market is nearly as busy as daytime markets
Hong Kong Harbor. The boat in the lower center has a couple taking wedding photos.