I've been trying to look through all my map cards - I have a LOT of them - but can't find any others of China. I'm almost certain this is the first one I have been sent that is a map of a part of China, sent from China. It is the Shichai district of Beijing, popular with tourists because of the three lakes and an abundance of temples and residences.
It came with equally wonderful stamps. The problem I have with Chinese stamps is that I frequently can't tell what they represent though they are almost always very beautiful. This time, though, I do recognise the Wulingyuan scenery, second from the left.
This is a post for Sunday Stamps, now hosted by Violet Sky at "See it on a Postcard!"