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On my first day in Beijing, of course I headed straight to the center for the obligatory tour of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
Security around Tiananmen Square is quite intimidating. It took me some time just to figure out where the security check entrances were. Along the way, I encountered many people hawking various souvenirs and snacks, including a bunch of guys selling ...
... The many new nightclubs that have opened up in the last few decades offer plenty of great music and variety to travellers from all over the world. Worker’s Stadium is one of the most popular spots to find nightclubs and energetic crowds to mix and mingle with. If you are more interested in the cultural aspects of Beijing’s nightlife, there are plenty of traditional performances, acrobatic shows and teahouses to enjoy.
... less touristy then we imagined and with our blonde hair we seemed to become a tourist attraction for the locals with loads of people randomly taking photos of us, and asking to have pictures with us!
Dinner was our first insight into just how restricted mine n Candice's diet was going to be during our time here! After going through the menu we settled on cucumber and a bowel of fries each and same bamboo ...
... we passed the hospital for traditional chinese medicine, and an old beautifully sculpted catholic church, which intrigued us, looking rather unique to the area. Before long we encountered Wangfujing Street the most well-known and prosperous business street. The width of the street was incredible, apparently about 40 metres across, with the majority of the shopping area now pedestranised. Walking along, you pass huge modern shopping ...
... The mains exhibits cover Chinese history from the Yuanmou Man from about 1.7 million years ago to the end of the Qing Dynasty in 1912, and has a permanent collection of over 1,050,000 precious and rare items. We were both particularly fascinated by the exhibition which chronicles the rise of communism in China and the subsequent rise to power of the PRC under Chairman Mao and China's rise to become a world superpower. Propaganda at it's best, ...