Home Inn (Beijing Bailiqiao)

No.304 Yongshan South Street, Tongzhou District, Beijing, 101100, China | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by misskhughes on Mar 23, 2014

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    Hello all Next installment of Living Asia! Sorry for not keeping you updated but the internet is very temperamental to say the least in the hotel and I haven`t had much free time in work. So where do I start….? Working Hard I`ve been working in the factory for 6 weeks now and feel like i`m getting to grips with Ice Cream technology, …

    Freedom Equality Justice Rule of Law

    A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... was epic. Of course none of this was actually happening, but being able to picture a scene other than an area chock full of tourists was critical. The buildings in the Forbidden City were magnificent and somehow familiar. Because the architecture is classic and unique to China, I have seen an abundance of buildings that replicate the structure of those in the Forbidden City. As a result, I had to continually keep reminding myself that these were the ...


    A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 04, 2013

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    ... figures (both humans and demons) that represent what that particular department does. For example, the department of Poisoning had a commissioner, demons to punish those who had poisoned someone, and figures representing people who had been poisoned. The major shrines are located in the middle of the temple complex. The temple itself was built before the Forbidden City was, but both had similar architecture.

    Side note: this was the day that I used a ...

    Day 21 - Another Jam Packed Day In Beijing

    A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1 on Sep 21, 2013

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    ... as most were in wheelchairs or mobility devices.

    We toured the Temple, that was not even half as interesting as the people before moving on. Shopping was not a feature of our itinerary, but when Jack suggested tea, we agreed and found ourselves in the Qing Shan Ju Tea House being instructed on how to conduct a Tea ceremony and tasting numerous teas. After the ceremony, came the hard sell and we walked out loaded with bags full of cups and ...

    Qing Ming Jie

    A travel blog entry by mysky on Apr 04, 2013

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    ... around 9:30 after being stuck in traffic for quite a long time. Upon arriving, I understood that we were among the lucky ones. The traffic would remain immobile for a long time.

    Sao Mu refers to cleaning the gravestones. Family member would dust off and wipe clean the gravestones, decorate it with flowers, and then pay their respects in their own way. Some bow, some speak privately to their loved ones, some speak on behalf of ...

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