Wangfujing Youth Hostel
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... terrain, adapted the bicycle to become the transportation workhorse of the 21st century.
In Beijing there are 22 million people, 13 million bikes, 1.4 million cars. Nationally in China, there are estimated to be a billion bicycles. 80 bicycles and 6 cars for every 100 humans. By comparison, the US has 20 bikes and 85 cars. One reason why China uses only 25% of the per capita energy of the US.
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... and we wandered in. Now this ‘Temple of Heaven’ isn’t one temple in the way you imagine, instead its lots of different temples and prayer areas all spread out over three hundred or so hectares, the most impressive temples being the Qinian Din (Temple for good Harvests) and the ‘Round Altar’ which is a huge raised circular Dias made entirely from purely white marble. The whole area was where emperors used to come to pray for the future ...
... various assorted shooters, and more Singapore Slings than I could shake a stick at. As a result, the flight from Beijing to Honkers was a trial ... I spent most of the flight fending off concerned air hostesses ("no, I'm not scared of flying, or terminally ill ... I'm just very VERY hungover").
Very sad to leave my lovely lovely Beijing friends, not sad at all to leave the stinking pollution-riddled cesspit that is Beijing
... In one of my classes at NYU, I learned that the building originated from a design by artist Ai Weiwei who been recently arrested by the Chinese government. Its very much a modern building. Besides the fact that it held the Olympics games I did not find the building to be that amazing. What it shows is that China wishes to be considered a modern nation. It believes that through modern architecture it can reach that goal of modernization. ...
... hostel by Tiananmen Square from the airport via train and subway. We stayed in an older, more typical hutong neighborhood near Tianemen Square, in a hostel featuring a typical Chinese courtyard. Street food vendors were everywhere: mystery meat on a stick, one vendor used a hairdryer to cook it faster. This was more culture shock than I had experienced on the trip so far, even having visited China ...