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The Chinese refer to their country as Zhong Guo, which literally translates as Middle Kingdom. Claiming to be the center of the earth may seem a bit arrogant, but spend 6 months bicycling across China, like I did, and you may also be awed by the expanse of landscape, culture and humanity. My camera was phritzing on this trip, so there aren't as many pictures as I'd like here. However, some of my favourite photographs can be found in this picture gallery.

Xiahe: Tibetan Boots

Xiahe: Tibetan Boots
Tibetan monks leave their boots outside. Labrang Si monastery, Xiahe, China.

Xiahe: Curious Monk

Xiahe: Curious Monk
A young Tibetan monk peeks into a prayer hall at Labrang Si buddhist temple.

China's Singing Sands

China's Singing Sands
Ming Sha Shan (Mountains of Singing Sands): Dunhuang, Gansu Province, People's Republic of China

Zhangye: Buddha Reclining

Zhangye: Buddha Reclining
China's largest reclining Buddha at Dafo Si buddhist temple in Zhangye, China

Beijing Dragon Brazier

Beijing Dragon Brazier
Kong Miao (Confucius Temple), Beijing, China

Mingsha Shan: Desert Shadowplay

Mingsha Shan: Desert Shadowplay
Standing in the desert sands of Mingsha Shan, I snapped this photographic self-portrait of my shadow.

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