Shiji Xingrong Hotel

Address: No.1 Naoshikou Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100031, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near National Grand Theater, National Center for the Performing Arts, Yuyuantan Park, and Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang).
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

How does TEFL work?

A travel blog entry by lianerose on Feb 15, 2015

... We have to speak English always, and never use Mandarin; which is good practice for the students who will in time pick up words, phrases and even idioms from the context in which we use them in. There is a lot of emphasis on teaching 'natural English' - that is, conversational English rather than textbook English. It is hard for someone who is not a fluent speaker to teach this.
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Day 22: Beijing (Temple of Heaven)-Emily

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 07, 2014

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... So walking around day to day you are constantly seeing naked little botties all over the city. Ah....... Broody, we made our way finally into the Imperial Vault of Heaven (now really could have done with Tom Hiddleston) and tried to give the famous Echo Wall a go. A game of Chinese Whispers. The story goes that you can whisper to the wall and the sound will travel along the curved rounded bricks and can be heard the other side by your fellow. This today did ...

Beijing to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by lony77 on May 01, 2014

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... flowers. The more affluent int the Hutong had magnificent doorways, painted red and decorated with drums or lions. We soon discovered the tourist district of the Hutong, Bar Street. It was obvious that this place would be loud and lively at nighttime but was still packed with Chinese tourists as it was a holiday. It was soon time for lunch, so we decided to brave a local restaurant, pulling up chairs at a table on the street. A lady hurried out to take our order, ...

3000 Concubines? What a man!

A travel blog entry by trimsonholidays on Aug 31, 2013

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... are returned to their family regarded as too old to marry and without children. A bit sad I thought.
The city would also have up to 10,000 Eunuchs. Makes my eyes water at the thought.

The Temple of Heaven was where the Emperors went on Summer and Winter Soltice to fast and pray for prosperity .It was believed that these rituals would ensure bountiful harvests for the Chinese nation in ancient times.

A ...

Tiananmen Square

A travel blog entry by oscrimmo on Feb 05, 2013

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No doubt it's a big square... a couple of points of interest are some of the statues there commemorating the people's revolution and the national congress building (Chinese parliament I guess...)

There were too many things inside the museum to see... ancient coins, vases, paper scrolls, etc. Many fro Qing Dynasty (around 1600-1700's) bu other items from the 1200's and even ...