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title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

The Dragon Boat Festival of China is also an amazing time to visit Beijing to explore the customs and beauty of the festival. The holidays in China for the festival are given out for almost 3 days. The festival is supposed to be dated on the 5th day of the 5th month as per the Chinese lunar calendar. The ...

title: Beijing  Street market and lifestyle

Beijing -Street market and lifestyle

Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU), a university directly under the National Ministry of Education, was established in 1962 with the guidance of Prime Minister Zhou Enlai. In June 1964 it was designated as Beijing Language Institute. In June 1996 it was renamed as Beijing Language and Culture University and simplified to Beijing Language University in 2002.As China’s external exchanges and cooperation extended, BLCU built extensive and close relations with the ...

title: Beijing bicycle culture

Beijing bicycle culture

Biking is not just a way to get from one place to another but also an eye into the minds of local people. Cycling in Beijing you sense the mood of those with who you share the road. At times cycling is relaxing and you feel Zen, other times you might feel like you are playing a video game. In general its entertaining, humorous and a great way to explore the nooks and crannies of Beijing and possibly meet some local people.Don't try and bike ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

2. Moving around Beijing City is not much of a trouble for travelers. The cheapest and most appropriate way to commute is hopping on to a metro. Beijing City is appreciated worldwide for their suitable metro services. Another cheap and easy way of commuting is hopping into a public bus. What makes it a easier ride is the constant screening of “name of the upcoming bus stop” and “ticket rates for each stops”. You know you have minimal chances of being cheated with that kind of ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

The city of Beijing continues to get populous every year because of the ad infinitum work opportunities it provides to people. The uniqueness of the city lies in the fact that even with all the hustle of work, population and varying weather conditions, Beijing City still has an array of experiences to offer to its tourists. From heritage sites like The Forbidden City or the Ming tombs that hold on to the clutches of the country’s culture to ad infinitum shopping markets ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: The Season place  Beijing

The Season place- Beijing

The uniqueness of the Beijing city lies in the fact that even with all the hustle of work, population and varying weather conditions, Beijing City still has an array of experiences to offer to its tourists.All Seasons Place promises to be Penang’s premier lifestyle destination. Where the best shopping, dining and entertainment for the whole family will be available all year round.All Seasons Place is the new lifestyle retail centre, not just another typical shopping mall or hypermarket or ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing  Street market and lifestyle

Beijing -Street market and lifestyle

Beijing , as the capital and a municipality of the People's Republic of China (PRC), is a transport hub , with a sophisticated network of roads, railways and a major airport. Five completed ring roads encircle a city with nine expressways heading in virtually all compass directions, supplemented by eleven China National Highways . The Beijing–Harbin Expressway is commonly referred to as the Jingha Expressway.The first section of the Beijing–Harbin Expressway, opened in the ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

The advent of the one of the UNESCO recognized heritage sites of the world Summer Palace is one of the most interesting stories of China’s history, to tell. The Emperor of Jin Dynasty Wányán Liàng (ruled from February 24, 1122 – December 15, 1161 CE) decided to shift the capital of his kingdom to the city of Beijing. It was during the relocation of the kingdom when Wang hill Palace was built on the site of a hill as per the wish of the Emperor. During the period of rule of ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing s zoo

Beijing's zoo

Beijing Zoo is a natural garden with dense groves of trees, stretches of grassland, a small stream, lotus pools and small hills dotted with pavilions and halls. It was called Wansheng Garden in the Qing Dynasty (literally it means the Garden of 10,000 animals). After the Qing Dynasty was replaced by the Republic of China in 1912, this former royal garden became an experimental area for farming and animal husbandry. People can tell where they are in the zoo by the ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

To experience a decent blend of penny plain lifestyles and extravaganza at its highest level, a visit to the capital city of Peoples Republic Of China, Beijing City, is a must. From the roads of the city, to the architectural beauties, there is the essence of the countries culture captured everywhere. Beijing City is well defined by the sky scrapers on both the sides of the roads, innumerable shopping malls, restaurants, shopping streets and food corners, heritage sites, well built and ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

It is next to impossible to lose your way around Beijing City with the exceptional metro services and metro layout of the city. Once you de-board the flight, it is an easy option of hopping onto the metro that takes you to the major hubs of the city. The easiest way to connect with the important roads is to get down at the Liangmaqiao area or at Dongzhimen. Both of these places are suitable to head to any of the tourist spots like The ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

1. The capital city of People’s Republic of China is widely acclaimed as the countries centre of international trade, communication, economy, politics and culture. Beijing city is home to seven UNESCO heritage sites and owing to its proximity to the port city of China, Tianjin, Beijing City serves as an important port of transportation to the country. Beijing City is an atavistic city of China and therefore has a ...

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Beijing city   markets   streets and lifestyle

Beijing city - markets - streets and lifestyle

title: Rat tribe Beijing

Rat tribe-Beijing

Beijing is the center of underground housing partly because of its geography, located as it is near the deserts of northern China. Except for a few humid summer months, it is extremely arid, making underground living similar to traditional cave dwellings in neighboring mountain areas — cool in summer, warm in winter and much quieter than living in noisy units above ground.These new ...