Jindun Business Tower

Address: No.43 Longhua Road, Longsha District, Qiqihar, Heilongjiang, 161000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.43 Longhua Road, Longsha District, Qiqihar.
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        Travel Blogs from Qiqihar

        The endless train ride......And almost Detained!

        A travel blog entry by chrissriley on Mar 25, 2013

        1 comment, 13 photos

        ... and illegal" . What a scary and awesome experience!!!!!
        The train ride to Qiqihar was long and cramped and of course I was shot some crazy looks. The train went through the country side and there were the biggest farms that I have ever seen, literally as far as the eye can see were just fields and fields of random crops. Eventually in Qiqihar I did find my contact at the train station....my bosses niece who is a huge ***** by the way, but that's a whole other story....
        Qiqihar ...

        Qiqihar Travel Guide

        A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jun 14, 2012

        11 photos

        ... to the archeological discoveries, it was 2,500 years ago that Qiqihar entered the highly developed Bronze Age. Qiqihar is the convergence point of the three ancient ethnic groups of Sushen, Donghu and Huimo because of the inter-cultural mixing and resettlement among them.

        ♠Physical Features:The city is located in the Songnen Plain, and the terrain slopes downward from the north to the south. It lies at the ...

        A genuinely good time.

        A travel blog entry by baitianming on Jun 15, 2010

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... a few other bogus rules such as:

        -Students must be respectful of Chinese customs (Ok, clearly this one isn't bogus, you'll see as it goes on).
        - No spitting (a Chinese custom)
        - No smoking or drinking (both Chinese customs)
        - students are required to bathe (Kind of hard when they don't turn the hot water on, which has been happening much more frequently).

        I don't really have a problem with any of these because I ...

        I took the road less traveled and it was...

        A travel blog entry by baitianming on Jun 01, 2010

        16 photos

        ... there. Well, tuns out I had been right next to it several times, though. Either way, once I got there I realized I wasn't missing much.

        Tuesday I decided to go out a little further along the river. However, that didn't turn out to well. I decided to keep on going down this path, it kept getting smaller and smaller, less travelled and less traveled. Finally it ended. I (stupidly) decided to keep going. I biked right into an ocean of mosqitos. Literally, I've never seen so many ...

        Chinese people in a foreigner's element

        A travel blog entry by baitianming on Apr 05, 2010

        8 photos

        ... Meanwhile in the middle of his insults he would mack on every single foreign woman who was there. Literally, the Russian girls and I were just watching him hit on everyone from the older New Zealand lady who is way too much of a feminist for him, to the Kenyan woman who is a self described "*****" and everone else was just generally not interested.

        Finally getting sick of his **** I decided to sling some back. When he asked me where my beer ...