Xinwang Hotel

Address: Building 8 Qiaojian Li, Yangfangdian Main Street, Haidian District, Beijing, 100038, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Freedom Equality Justice Rule of Law

A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 16, 2014

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... the Forbidden City is closed for maintenance on Mondays and as a result we were only able to view the first few at the entrance. As we walked up to the courtyard in front of the first building, I could see the whole scene of Mulan play out crystal clear in my mind. I could see the crowds of rejoicing citizens, the proud troops walking in, the Trojan horse dragon, and Mulan and Mushu contriving a plan as they ran across the rooftops towards the ...

A Beautiful National Day

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 01, 2013

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... than any other city in the U.S. The population of Beijing is estimated at about 13 million, and Chicago's population is almost 7 million.

A friend took us to get lunch at a tiny restaurant on Ladies Street. It's not called Ladies Street because of a presence of prostitutes (like I thought) but because there are many shops on the street that sell women's clothes, manicures/pedicures, and stationary (girly items). I ...


A travel blog entry by vickyli on Sep 20, 2013

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... to get anywhere. Well we're on to them: we reckon many people who go to China want to make it sound difficult and challenging so they look brave and wise. We ain't brave, nor are we wise, nor do we speak and read Chinese- which is proof that anyone can do it. Sure, you can't show up expecting people to speak English, and it's true that 97% of people don't speak a word of it. But the essentials are translated; the subway system is easily negotiated with signs and announcements ...

The Most Valuable Chinese Commodity: Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Apr 09, 2013

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... from the fields” and also saying that although clean spinach looks beautiful, she doesn’t know how it has been washed and that some vendors soak vegetables in water to make them appear more plump. Even though perceptions of acceptable fresh food may be changing among younger generations, China remains, as my coworker put it at lunch, a “chi de wen hua,” a food culture.

If I made a list of everything I am going to miss about China, food would be ...

Huffing & Puffing Up the Great Wall

A travel blog entry by jamiewyn on Aug 02, 2012

Jamie and I have been busy! But we spared some time for a break and a trip during the last days of July.

We took a quick jaunt up to Beijing and the Great Wall of China. It was absolutely incredible. We were happy to be experiencing the lovely city of Beijing, but after living in Shanghai for a year prior, it was not quite as impressive. It was strange to look out over all of the buildings and be able to see their tops. In Shanghai, you can't ...

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