The Department Of Service For Foreign Ministry Home And Overseas Offices, Zhangwan Training Center

Foreign Ministry Training Center, No.183 Xiding Village South, Zhangjiawan Town, Tongzhou District, Beijing, 101113, China | Resort
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This resort is located in the Tongzhou District area of Beijing.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Beijing Day #2 -- Park, Square, Towers, Temple

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on May 26, 2014

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... GPS log.

Returned to my hotel room at 6:27, showered, and got ready for bed. Finished a TiVo show on my phone, then bed at 7:21 p.m. My flight to Bangkok leaves PEK at 6:50 tomorrow morning.

I enjoyed my day in Beijing. Of course I wish I had more time, but this is just a stopover on my way to Myanmar (and later to Indonesia). I’ll certainly have many more things to see if I ever return to Beijing, starting with the Forbidden City (on a day other than Monday!)
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Too Much Chinese

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Dec 02, 2013

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... Matthew, and Miguel. Then Alex and Brady came in. I told Katherine about a Jesuit named Father Guyer at my college, who spoke with a monotone voice, but had a sarcastic attitude. I loved that man. Too bad he retired.

Then, I went to the basement lounge, where Nan was there too. As I was doing my homework, I realized that I was missing a page. I had to asked Beatrice to borrow her book.

Now, I am off doing some papers.




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The Great Wall: Mutianyu, and the Ming Tombs

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Oct 19, 2013

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... to the other imperial mausoleums built for Ming Emperors.During the Ming dynasty the tombs were off limits to commoners, but in 1644 Li Zicheng's army ransacked and set many of the tombs on fire before advancing and capturing Beijing in April of that year.Presently, the Ming Dynasty Tombs are designated as one of the components ...

Day One in Beijing

A travel blog entry by sirscottric on May 01, 2013

171 photos

... fun. I like seeing the happy side of the Chinese teachers.

After the aquarium, I met Lindsey at one of her student's homes for lunch. They are a Japanese family and they hosted one of the other Japanese families that have a child attending in Lindsey's class. The mom (Lindsey doesn't know the parents' names because all parents are referred to as (insert student's name)'s mama or baba) cooked us takoyaki which were little fried batter balls with octopus, ...

Sittin' on the dock of the Beijing, wasting time

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 11, 2012

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... the meal with a plate of sweet pickled garlic, a plate of pickled chilies, and a few more ingredients for the hot pot (a plate of "Four Treasures of Lamb": kidney, tripe, liver and heart; a plate of black fungus mushrooms, and a plate of green winter melon (an un-sweet melon with a texture similar to cantaloupe, and not a lot of flavour).

The hot-pot arrived shortly after, and the reason for the hot and steamy dining room became evident almost ...

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