Archive for March, 2011

Leping Zha Huangshan

March 31, 2011  

Leping Zha Huangshan

Recently Unearthing Asia has the pleasure of interviewing Dr Leping Zha, an unconventional photographer. Dr Zha’s professional career is not in photography, but he shares an unforgiving passion for it and an incurable thirst for Huangshan, his beloved childhood playground. Here he shares his story and amazing photographs, oozing with emotions and palpable passion. Dr. Zha, it’s a pleasure to have you with us today. Could you please tell us a little about yourself? My... [Read more of this review]

Queenstown, New Zealand Adventure Capital

March 28, 2011  

Queenstown, New Zealand Adventure Capital

One of the most awe-inspiring moments of my life occurred on a cool moonlit night in New Zealand. I gazed up from my ground-level lodge’s balcony and saw the most amazing thing: hundreds of thousands of stars radiantly shining like diamonds in the skies. In the background, the vast, snow-capped Remarkables framed an image that I would remember for all time. It was mesmerizing. I didn’t want the moment to end. As it turned out, I was able to repeatedly watch the... [Read more of this review]

Maldives, Ultimate Honeymoon

March 22, 2011  

Maldives, Ultimate Honeymoon

To many travelers, the Maldives have long been synonymous with paradise. Whether you’re a honeymooner, scuba diver, or sun-seeking beach lover, Maldives will always be a welcoming place for anyone who visits its beautiful, warm turquoise waters and lush tropical islands. With its picture-perfect scenery, it’s no wonder that this tiny Indian Ocean archipelago has stood out as the ultimate in luxury holiday destinations. Photo credit - Four Seasons Giraavaru The Maldives,... [Read more of this review]

Anniversary Contest Winner 2

March 22, 2011  

Anniversary Contest Winner 2

Dear friends and supporters, we deeply apologize for our lateness in announcing the winner of our Anniversary Contest. Please understand that we are doing all we can to update over 7000 contest entries manually! We are pleased to finally finish the process and have picked the following winners. The very first winner for the contest is Lexi Dexter Rose Fernando, who has chosen the Boracay prize. Our second winner – 3979 – Andrew Tanuwihardja. Congratz Andrew!... [Read more of this review]

Freezing Fun at Harbin

March 17, 2011  

Freezing Fun at Harbin

China’s northernmost city of Harbin is a popular winter destination for both local and international tourists alike. Hundreds of thousands flock in freezing January temperatures to attend the Ice Lantern Festival, an annual festival of international prominence that sees the city play host to a multitude of magnificent ice and snow sculptures. This does not mean, however, that the city has nothing else to offer – in fact some of northern China’s best historical... [Read more of this review]

Sunny Christmas in NZ

March 14, 2011  

Sunny Christmas in NZ

The extinct volcanic cone known as Mauao © Chris McLennan Mention Christmas and it conjures up images of kids frolicking in the snow, people wrapped in thick winter clothes and, of course, Santa Claus as he shimmies up and down chimneys bearing gifts for all. Now, picture yourself in sun-drenched New Zealand experiencing a Yuletide holiday the Kiwi way: kids romping around the beach, relaxed barbecue picnics filled with folks dressed in T-shirts, shorts and flip-flops.... [Read more of this review]

The Love Issue

March 13, 2011  

The Love Issue

The Love Issue – explore the romantic beauty of Asia, bound to leave you breathless and yearning for more in this lovingly prepared issue especially for you! Download PDF Browse Online Subscribe Now! Past Issues In this issue + Luxurious Maldives + Singapore’s Top Restaurants + Kaleidoscopic Rajastan + Childhood Passion, Yellow Mountain + Romantic Interlude, Bali + Everlasting Love in Taiwan + It’s Amore! V-Day Traditions + Capturing... [Read more of this review]

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