On May 18, a postcard came from Hefei City, China. It’s a Hefei Meet-up group postcard. According to the postcard, the meeting was on June 300, 2019 in Hefei. The postcard shows Dashu Hill in Hefei. The city of Hefei has over 7 million inhabitants. Otherwise she didn’t write much. The usual greetings. There are… Read more Hefei Meet-up postcard from China no. 107
A postcard came from China on April 27th. The postcard shows a drawing of the city of Dalian in China at an earlier time. The city of Dalian is located in the north-east of China and has a population of 6.6 million. In urban space there are 3.9 million (as of 2010). She writes that… Read more Postcard from Dalian in China no. 94
On April 9th, a postcard came from China. It’s a slightly larger postcard and shows the character HE XIANGU from the Eight Immortals Series from Chinese mythology. The postcard broke the previous record in terms of duration. 152 days passed before it was in my mailbox. She didn’t write much, but a whole lot of… Read more Postcard of He Xiangu from the eight immortals Series from China no. 81
On March 30th, a postcard came from China. The postcard was in an envelope and shows silk dryings in Wuzhen in southeast China. An extraordinary picture of the many silk fabrics. I like it. Six different stamps were on the envelope. In the envelope was a small flyer from the Chinese Post about special stamps… Read more Postcard silk dryings from China Wuzhen no 76
Another postcard arrived from China on February 10, 2021.The postcard is a comic-style drawing and was the winner of the Finepaper World Postcard Day Contest for Design and Graphic Arts in 2020. It was designed by the student Leandro Ferreira (Universidade da Beira Interior Portugal).A very nice postcard that celebrates this hobby.There are three wonderful… Read more Postcard from China -winner of Finepaper World Postcard Day Contest for Design and Graphic Arts no 54
A postcard arrived from China on January 21, 2021. The postcard shows a little vintage-style pagoda roofs.These pagoda roofs were a typical architectural feature in ancient China.There were two nice postage stamps on the postcard.The postcard covered 8,977 kilometers, that is 5,578 miles, in 18 days.