Discoveryland Theme Park, the Second Largest Theme Park in Northeast China

Discovery theme park is located in Dalian city, Liaoning province, Jinshitan scenic area (also known as Jinshitan national tourism resort) gold coast. Covering about 47 hectares (116 acres), it is the second largest theme park in northeast China, with a variety of advanced entertainment facilities.

Discovery park consists of seven themed entertainment areas scattered around a large lake. In a counterclockwise direction, there are: crazy town, mysterious desert, metal factory, magic forest, legendary castle, wedding palace and avenue of America.

Upon entering the discovery park theme park, visitors will first see a beautiful european-style fountain in a large square called discovery plaza. They can take pictures with cartoon characters here. By exploring the plaza, visitors can begin their exploration by walking counterclockwise along the lake.

There are many recreational facilities in this town. Visitors should not miss the “gyro ride,” which literally means “turning over a river.” Imagine what summer would be like if you were thrown into the air. In addition, there are some wonderful performances, such as “robbed treasure” in the crazy theater and “Caribbean carnival” on the water stage.

Children’s favorite pirate ships and railroad cars can be found in this area of discovery park. Visitors can also experience crazy go-kart racing, enjoy unique middle eastern style belly dancing and an evening fireworks display.

The highlight at the metal factory is the roller coaster called “crazy cobra”. Visitors can have a unique experience of acceleration due to the use of linear induction motors; It only takes three seconds to go from 0 to 50 MPH (0 to 80 km/h). The orbit kept spinning and twisting, even spinning 360 degrees in some places. This is particularly exciting.

Visitors can take a hovercraft to start their trip to the amazon. Later, they can experience floating roller coasters and watch an exotic program called “indians worship the sun.”

Visitors should spend some time admiring the wonderful buildings in the castle. Besides, they can challenge themselves in the haunted house. For the children, there was a little train passing through the fairy tale kingdom. The famous European band “King Jocks” regularly performs their best at knight’s square.

It is the most beautiful and peaceful place in the theme park of discover park. It is the ideal place for fairy-tale wedding.

Chinese Knot, Which Has a Long History and a Symbolic Meaning

Is knotting an art? It’s in China. There is a long history of decorating clothes with knots or hanging them from ceilings or walls. Skilled knot artists weave complex knots that you may see for sale as souvenirs that you can take back. They have a long history and symbolic meaning, even today.

A Chinese knot is a knot made of a piece of rope or string tied into various shapes and complexities. Each shape has its own symbolic meaning, and now you can use them as decorations, gifts for special occasions, and ornaments on clothes.

Most knots are bilaterally symmetrical, with two ropes entering from the top of the knot and two leaving from the bottom. Each knot is named after its shape or the symbolic meaning it carries.

Knot weavers can use a variety of colors, but they usually weave dark red as shown above. Red represents good luck.

Before people start writing, they may be asked to record and convey information. Tools dating back 100,000 years have been found that may have been used for knotting and unknotting, and knots have also been mentioned in ancient texts. But it is not known when they began to be used symbolically or artistically.

It is known that during the tang dynasty (618-907), it was used for art decoration and to symbolize and express thoughts and feelings. The tang dynasty covered a vast area of modern China, and its traditional art forms were passed down from generation to generation as part of culture.

Even today, Chinese knots are rich in symbolism, so they have sentimental value when given as gifts or passed on to family members.

For example, in ancient times and even now, lovers may give a knot as a symbol of their love. “True love knot” and “double knot” are given or used at weddings to express mutual love and loyalty to each other. Knot means love and marriage in Chinese culture.