Holiday Inn Express Beijing Huacai
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... by various government buildings, including one containing the remains of Emperor Mao, preserved for posterity by the same method used for Lenin. On the opposite side of the Square is the Forbidden City. It is impossible to cross this wide boulevard above ground, so we were forced to join the mobs going down to the underground subway and navigate our way through a maze ...
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... Xi made his first speech this past Thursday, November 15, and formally takes over as president this March. A full length article about China's new president can be read here, which provides an interesting account of the switch of presidency. Leading up to Thursday, it was very apparent there was the change of presidency coming up. Beida was asking for student IDs more frequently, even from foreigners, who they normally let in with just a head nod. ...