Finding the real Shangri-La in China
WHEN James Hilton came up with a fictional place called Shangri-La in his novel Lost Horizon in 1933, he described a lost Himalayan utopia in the wilds of western China.
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#3 Dec 4, 2011
Located at Shangri-LA county, Yunnan, of course.
#4 Dec 4, 2011
You are wrong Ray H, it is beihai, i stayed there!!
Or was it another Chinese fake????
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