Li River; Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China

The Li River, in southeastern China, is also known as River Li or Lijang River, or if you want to keep it simple, using simplified Chinese characters as opposed to the traditional style, it's 漓江.

I've been told that the most scenic stretch of the Li River is between Yangdi and Xingping. It was a view of the Li River near Xingping that inspired the image on China's ¥20 RMB note.

Typical bamboo raft on Li River in southeastern China. The gasoline used to power the boats is held in one-liter soda bottles, often tied to the backs of the boats.

View from Li River bamboo raft.

Cormorant birds, famous for their fishing skills, on the Li River; Chinese locals tie strings to the birds, and reap the benefits when the birds dive into the river to hunt for fish.

Li River bamboo raft guide, proudly holding his receipt for payment.

I did my best to find the spot that Li River spot that inspired the ¥20 RMB note.