Ruihai Danbi Hotel

Address: No.8 Donghuashi South Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100062, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Northern Capital

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Oct 27, 2013

18 photos

... past it. With it's recent rise you can certainly see why the Chinese believe that their natural position is at the front of international life. The next day we met up with Anzelle and did a full tourist day that comprised of the forbidden city and the summer palace. The forbidden city was where the emperors had their court and where they lived. Named the forbidden city as no commoner was allowed to enter, it was certainly not the tranquil place it had been during the last ...

Beijing (October 18-21)

A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 23, 2013

4 photos

... lived. Behind those series of buildings were a large number of individual houses, attached like townhouses. This housed the 1,000 concubines of the Emperor. He must have been a very busy man. The last gate leads to the royal gardens containing the famous eternity tree. Although the Forbidden City is spectacular, it was Saturday, hence very crowded - many families, visitors and tour groups: North American, European and many many Chinese. We ...

The best Chinese study program with GAC

A travel blog entry by kyrrawhite on Jun 01, 2013

... a set-up proved worthwhile in helping me integrate into Chinese society.Additionally, GAC provided supplementary help in learning Mandarin my assigning me a tutor. We would meet regularly in a cafe in order to maximize the language-learning environment since I ...

Reflections on our time in China

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on May 14, 2013

... is disappearing under the weight of the new concrete edifices that dot city and countryside alike. However, we are very conscious that while we lament the loss of the romantic old stone peasant dwellings that you could see during every train trip into the country, mostly replaced by either large apartment blocks or more modest two-storey buildings, the people who lived in them are deserting these places in their thousands. ...

The Migrant Childrens Foundation

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Sep 17, 2012

2 comments, 26 photos

... so I walked up the stairs thinking it was just a social gathering, when I heard people talking on a microphone, walked in the door, one guy was introducing himself in a room full of about 45 people, the next minute the microphone is thrust into my hands to do the same! Not knowing what this was all about really or what others have said, I made a joke of hoping that I was in the right place and that I’d lived here for a few months and my name, then threw ...

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