Wikipedia introduces, “Huang Shan (黄山; literally Yellow Mountain) is a mountain range in southern Anhui province in eastern China. The area is very famous for its scenic beauty…”
First up, on the outskirts of the 古村 （Old/Ancient Village)，宏村 (HongCun)：
Inside: computers and desks and kids. The usual.
Next up, in a more urban 老街 (Old Street) in 黄山:
(Didn’t have a chance to check this one out.)5
Not a conclusive guide or anything, but I was pleasantly surprised to find one in a 古村.
6 comments on “Net bars in 黄山”
I have been to Huangshan last Nov.very great!but i acan’t find the net bars.
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I love it! Thanks for the continuing netbar photos. We should really start a collection.
i will try to look for it next time i go 🙂
I snapped a photo of the 网吧 in Hongcun, near Huang Shan, it seemed a bit out of place but I wasn’t really surprised.
It is here in my flickr set.
I just ran into a cool net cafe sign on Slums of Shaolin’s weblog:
Image is here: