Xing'An Hotel

Address: Jia Building 23, Residential Area 7, Hepingli, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100013, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Bad Business in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jumplife on Sep 12, 2014

12 photos

... right next to the square. Seeing Mao there in his little glass coffin was quite similar to seeing Lenin in Moscow. We had to stand in line, and there were so many people in it, but the line never stood still. All the way along the line were vendors selling some white flowers for people to put in front of a statue of Mao in the front of the mausoleum. And plenty of people bought them just to place them in a huge rack that had been set up for this very purpose. The rack was ...

Beijing Housing

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Jan 27, 2014

50 photos

... Temples, Offices, Warehouses and Residences are predictably large and ornate, simple in a Confucius sort of way, but very complex details based on 5000 years of architectural study, hierarchy and refinement. Every color, surface, window and column has meaning. These buildings are described by their grid – 7x5, 5x3. The largest building in China up to 1911 was the Forbidden City’s Hall of Supreme Harmony. 115 feet tall, 1 story, 11x5 bays. ...

Miyun Snow Trip

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Dec 07, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... complex at the hotel where we experimented with archery. My arrows were shot everywhere but the target, or even the device holding the target. Quite a few of mine did, though, hit the back wall behind the targets, which I think just shows that I'm just too strong for archery.
There was a kind of carnival set up too, in what looked like a warehouse in this entertainment complex. It was a little creepy, because we were the only ones there, so it looked ...

A Jump Start on My Musical Summer

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 26, 2013

21 photos

... of it as I could. When I felt comfortable enough with the melodies, I hummed a little too, but that was about as far as I could go with that.

The thing with Chinese opera as opposed to Western opera is that they both have very different vocal techniques. Kunqu and Peking opera both use a high larynx and sing directly from the throat, creating a smaller and more nasal sound. Western opera is focused on open vowels with the larynx down and sort of focusing on singing out of ...

The 12 hour brunch!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on Nov 05, 2012

4 comments, 5 photos

... home with a jumper from the 'Yessica' range. Hmmmm, I did try the Clockhouse section but failed!!

Got home about 6.30, wet from the rain & tired, the boys were still out & I really didn't fancy the wet walk into town. In the UK when it rains, ok - you get a bit wet. Here, it rains so heavily, the water doesn't drain away properly & you end up with rivers & massive puddles and your feet get so wet. So I opted for a chick flic and a relaxing ...