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Photography Places of Journey to the West


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Journey to the West (in Chinese, Xi You Ji), which is also translated as Adventures of the Monkey God by Arthur Waley, is one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature, originally published anonymously in the 1590s during the Ming Dynasty. The TV series based on the novel span a period of 17 years, from 1982 to 1999, once it was played, it won nation-wide acceptance. The actors, actresses, the background music and the background scenery immediately become topics in daily life. Here I listed some photography places of this TV series, and hop they can give you any useful information in China tour.
Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan Province: this is the photography place of chapter Falling to The Cave of Silver Web and Entering Incorrectly The Dear Recoba Sound Temple;
Yantai, Shandong Province: Four Times Entering the Bottomless Pit
Dali, Yunnan Province: Inprisoned under Wuxing Mountain, Monkey King Guiding Xuanzang; Ingeniously Enraging Handsome Monkey King
Mt. Qingcheng, Mt. E'mei: The Birth of Monkey King; Monkey King Stealing Ginseng Fruit
Kunming, Yunan Province, Thiland: Surrender of Jade Rabbit
Wangshi Garden, Suzhou: Dark Hunter in the State of Wuji
Yungang Grottoes in Tatong, Jinci Temple in Taiyuan: Tower-Sweeping and Unrecht Judgement
Historical relics of Gaochang Ancient Town, the Mountain of Flames in Turpan, Xinjiang Province: Three Time Borrowing Palm-leaf Fan
Beijing Jietai Temple: Assigned Official as the Protector of Horses; Battles with the Red Boy
Suzhou: Interesting Experiences in Ladies's Kingdom