Err, do we really need a HTML table for the list of cities? It's somewhat daunting for new users to edit and I'm not sure what value it adds... Maj 15:21, 2 January 2007 (EST)
- Is there a better way? Wiki markup table? I just used HTML because I know it. There's a something similar in Yangshuo article too. Pashley 23:13, 2 January 2007 (EST)
- Changed it to a Wiki list. You're right, it is better this way. Pashley 04:14, 4 January 2007 (EST)
I deleted the "festivals" section here and put the information in the China article. These are not unique to Fujian. Pashley 22:33, 28 March 2007 (EDT)
Looks great! Nice work. Maj 00:45, 29 March 2007 (EDT)
I just deleted an entire section added by an anon user, links to photos:
This seemed useless to me (some nice shots, but much crud too) and, more important,
it seemed to fall outside our "primary sources only" policy. Other
opinions? Pashley 22:54, 14 April 2007 (EDT)
I've deleted a bunch of stuff there that described an "attractions" rather than "destinations" in Wikitravel terms — temples, parks, etc. Most were already covered in city articles and I moved others to the relevant city. Here's what's left over:
- Zuo Hai Sea World, have the Museum of Tropical Rain Forests, Marine Museum, the performing Seals Museum, Museum of Underwater World, and a shopping center. The Sea World displayed a variety of more than 100 kinds of marine life, including ferocious great white shark, the gentle leopard sharks, the shark Fuji. There are colorful tropical fish, "Prince of Africa", "American Hua Mao", alligator, elephant fish, butterfly fish, and other rare species. It is one the unique large-scale underwater world in the southeast coast.
- Yunlong Bridge is a spectacular covered bridge near Luofang (羅坊) in Liancheng County. It is over 300 years old and is in excellent condition. Just nearby there is a large statue of Mazu.
- Forest Park, one of the nine forest parks in the country which is located in northern of the city. Its surrounded on three sides by mountains while the other faces the river. The entire park is divided into five parts: Mid-Asian tropical evergreen broadleaf tree region, South-Asian tropical jungle region, Banyan tree region, region of wild fruit trees in hilly country and off-shore r wood region. It also includes a rare botanical garden and a rose camellia garden.
These clearly don't belong here. Do they belong anywhere? Pashley 04:12, 24 October 2008 (EDT)