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... beds with hoses, as well as a sprinkler system going along the edge of a flower bed. Very different from brown Mongolia. We visited the enormous Tiananmen Square. It has a huge gateway at the south end, a mausoleum to Mao part way up, and a large statue to the workers. Then, at the northern end it leads through more decorative gateways into the Forbidden City. We ran out of time to go in, but instead diverted through some lively gardens to the side. Yesterday, at ...
... visit attractions in Beijing. Spanning out for five provinces, the Great Wall sees thousands of visitors from all over the world. Tiananmen Square, the largest city square in the world, is a symbol of not only Beijing but also of China. This is a massive courtyard that is surrounded by other significant structures such as the Great Hall of the People, Tiananmen Tower, the National Museum, Monument to the People’s Heroes and ...
... three different documents: passports, arrival card, and declaration card. Each time they passed by they asked me to write my name in Chinese next to my passport name. I have no idea why they do this.
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