開平碉樓周圍照片

開平碉樓周圍照片 by davidyuweb
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開平碉樓周圍照片

Mingshi Lou

The Migshi Lou was built as a residential Diaolou by Fang Runwen, a villager living in Chicago, on his return to the village in 1925. Located within an enclosed courtyard, the Mingshi Lou is built to reinforced concrete and comprises six storeys. The lower part of the Diaolou is built to a very plain and simple design, while both 5th and 6th storeys have a veranda with ionic columns and Baroque decoration. On the top floor, a hexagonal pavilion which is generally Chinese in design, but with European style columns. In June 2011, the building was declared by the State Council a protected Major National Cultural Heritage. In June 2007, the Wolrd Henritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ("UNESCO") inscribed Zili Villages on its world Cultural Heritage list.

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Thanks so much for taking time out to visit my personal photography web site!!! I try to get out and photograph the San Francisco bay area street parades,fairs,landscape scenery, and some pageant events as often as I can. The San Francisco bay area has many multi-cultural events all year long and it is a very beautiful city from all aspect!!! Most of the photos are taken in public areas, and if you see yourself in one of my galleries and would like to have your image removed, please contact me and I will take it down immediately. I would like to respect your privacy. A little bit about myself; I am David Yu, a.k.a. Yuman- but my best friends call me "Little Fish" (it is a Chinese thing). :) My passion for photography consumes my weekends and what little free time I have. I am drawn to the rich multi-culture of the Bay Area, and I love to shoot the various parades and street fairs in the city. Over the years there have been some improvements in my work, but I'm inspired by the diverse cultural mix of San Francisco to better my artistic vision. I hope you will enjoy my lucky snap moments, and thanks so much of your visits!!! All Images Copyright © David Yu Photography. All Rights Reserved. Please contact me before use in any publication.
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