Learn Taoist way of staying healthy at Wudang Mountain
During the Qingming Festival holiday (April 4 to 6), many tourists visited the Wudang Mountains. Taizi Slope (Prince Slope) attracted hundreds of travelers with its beautiful environment and famous reputation for bringing good luck to students.
The water level at the Yun county section of the Han River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, has been declining mainly due to increased agricultural irrigation and less precipitation, adding to the poor navigation conditions in the upstream area.
In China's Hubei Province, where a 600-years-old Taoism architecture, Yuzhen Palace, at Wudang Mountains is getting a 15-meter lift up. This is to stop the site being flooded by rising waters of the Danjiangkou reservoir. Momentous as the task may be, it is now nearing completion.
An airport near Mount Wudang, a Taoist resort in central China's Hubei Province, will be built soon, and it is expected to become operational in 2015.
The tea leaves that are handpicked before the Qingming Festival are highly rated for their rich fragrance and tenderness.
Seasonal fishing bans on the Pearl River, and the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River in an effort to boost falling fish stocks and protect local ecosystems.
The first Wudang Tai Chi Culture Festival opened in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Hong Kong on Feb 18. The festival, including three performances, was a great success. Over 15,000 people attended the shows.
Many foreigners believed Chen Xiaowang was insane. Some even stopped to ask if he needed help when they saw him practicing tai chi in airports decades ago.
Wudang Ding Ding Dong, a new app developed by the Wudang Mountains and Central Studio of News Reels Production, was released on the Apple App Store, enabling iPad users to enjoy the area's beauty online.
Tickets to enter the Golden Summit in the Wudang Mountains will cost 27 yuan ($4.35) per person, up 7 yuan since March 15. A public hearing has been made for the price increase.
A publicity film for the Wudang Mountains played in New York's Times Square, "The Crossroads of the World", on March 11.
A public benefit activity aiming to clean the Wudang Mountains attracted nearly 100 volunteers on March 16. They picked up garbage along the road from Wulong Palace to Nanyan Rock using their own tools.
The Wudang Mountains special zone organized a promotion group to publicize Wudang in Shijiazhuang and Zhengzhou, two cities near the Beijing-Guangzhou high-speed rail, from March 5 to 7.
A photo of three boys performing a folk dance in the snow of the Wudang Mountains posted by a netizen named Fengyuqun on their microblog on March 24 has attracted a lot of netizen attention.