Mysterious China: 13 Magnificent Facts To Blow Your Mind

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China is rich in fascinating traditions, cultural peculiarities, and magnificent animals.

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They celebrate Chinese New Year, which is considered the most important and longest holiday in China and other countries of East Asia since ancient times.

Its celebration lasts for 15 days.

Source: behinsafar.com

The Forbidden City, a palace in Beijing, has about 9,000 rooms

Source: image.pbs.org

Chinese emperors thought that dragons were their ancestors.

Source: globalbalita.com

Chinese white dolphins are usually pink.

Source: guardianlv.com

China equaled to SpaceX in the number of successful launches in 2017 that is more than half of all (29) US launches.

Source: theatlantic.com

China is famous for ancient rock pillars – Stone Forest.

Source: africaodyssey.com

China’s railways lines equal 2 earth loops.

Source: china.cn

In China, there are currently 32 million more males than females.

Source: zmescience.com

China has a great plan to move half of a billion of citizens to the new cities. For now, they are completely empty and just a part of the urban plan and known as “Ghost cities”.

Source: Business Insider

Designed  5,000 years ago, the chopsticks were used only for cooking, but Ancient Chinese didn’t eat with them.

Source: chinatown.co.uk

China’s pandas can swim. They also are the symbol of might and bravery.

Source: i.pinimg.com

Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than any other city in the world. For years, China has been a popular place to make architects’ dreams and start-ups come true.

Source: flickr.com

Recently, a huge plan of building the biggest AI park was released and China may become a world leader in the field.

Source: Getty

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