Honey Hunting on Cliffs of Yunnan Province.

Honey hunters Dong Haifa (top) and Mi Qiaoyun stand on a makeshift rope ladder, surrounded by bees as they work together gathering wild cliff honey on the cliffs of China’s Yunnan province, 11 May, 2019.
Image Credit: Photograph by Kevin Frayer / Getty
Source: Honey Hunting on the Cliffs of China’s Yunnan Province: Photos – The Atlantic

Sunrise in Guangxi Province.

Good Morning Damian Shan.
Major Open overall winner and Open Award Winner in Nature / Landscape.
Taken at sunrise in China’s Guangxi Province, along the Li River, this panorama by photographer Jesus M. Garcia is stitched together from seven vertical images.
Image Credit: Photograph by © Jesus M. Garcia / The Epson International Pano Awards
via Winners of the 2017 Epson International Pano Awards – The Atlantic

Workers harvesting Tea in Zhejiang Province.

According to a legend, tea was first discovered by the Chinese emperor Shennong in 2737 BC.
Today China is the world’s biggest tea producer, producing 2.43m tonnes last year.
The tea industry in China employs around 80 million people as both farmers and pickers, and in sales
Image Credit: Photograph by Roman Pilipey/EPA.  Seasonal workers harvest Longjing (Dragon Well) tea at a plantation in Meijiawu village, Zhejiang province
Source: All the tea in China – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

The Temples of Mount Fanjing.

Fanjingshan or Mount Fanjing, in Guizhou Province in southwest China, is a sacred Buddhist site and a place of great natural beauty with unusual rock formations and rich biodiversity.
Many Buddhists believe that Fanjingshan is where one can reach spiritual enlightenment as Maitreya Buddha did. Since the Tang Dynasty, which ruled over China from the 7th to the 10 centuries, scores of temples have been built here but only a few survive.
One of these pairs of temples are located on a top of a lonely column of rock that looks like a giant thumb.
Known as the Red Cloud Golden Peak, the rocky thumb soars nearly a hundred meters above the surrounding mountains, at the summit of which are two temples—the Temple of the Buddha and the Temple of Maitreya—that are separated by a narrow gorge that visitors can cross via a short bridge.
Climbing this 8,000-steps peak is one of the main appeals of visiting Fanjingshan for the stunning above-the-clouds views of the Wuling mountain range from the summit..
Photo credit: VCG Photo
Source: The Temples of Mount Fanjing | Amusing Planet