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Jinxi Water Town, the sleeping maiden

2012-03-13 07:47:02 GMT2012-03-13 15:47:02(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Jinxi, an ancient water town, with its delicate architecture and laid back lifestyle, is a popular tourist site within east China's Jiangsu province. Jinxi water town, near Suzhou city, was described by the eminent Chinese writer Shen Congwen as "a sleeping maiden" during his short stay there during the 1970s. [Photo/people.com.cn]

Jinxi, an ancient water town, with its delicate architecture and laid back lifestyle, is a popular tourist site within east China's Jiangsu province. Jinxi water town, near Suzhou city, was described by the eminent Chinese writer Shen Congwen as "a sleeping maiden" during his short stay there during the 1970s. [Photo/people.com.cn]

Jinxi, an ancient water town, with its delicate architecture and laid back lifestyle, is a popular tourist site within east China's Jiangsu province. Jinxi water town, near Suzhou city, was described by the eminent Chinese writer Shen Congwen as "a sleeping maiden" during his short stay there during the 1970s. [Photo/people.com.cn]

Jinxi, an ancient water town, with its delicate architecture and laid back lifestyle, is a popular tourist site within east China's Jiangsu province. Jinxi water town, near Suzhou city, was described by the eminent Chinese writer Shen Congwen as "a sleeping maiden" during his short stay there during the 1970s. [Photo/people.com.cn]

Jinxi, an ancient water town, with its delicate architecture and laid back lifestyle, is a popular tourist site within east China's Jiangsu province. Jinxi water town, near Suzhou city, was described by the eminent Chinese writer Shen Congwen as "a sleeping maiden" during his short stay there during the 1970s. [Photo/people.com.cn]

Jinxi, an ancient water town, with its delicate architecture and laid back lifestyle, is a popular tourist site within east China's Jiangsu province. Jinxi water town, near Suzhou city, was described by the eminent Chinese writer Shen Congwen as "a sleeping maiden" during his short stay there during the 1970s.

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