Beijing Municipal Bureau Of Civil Affairs Training Center

Address: 7km to Beitai Road Exit of Jinghuai Express Highway, Huairou District, Beijing, 101400, China | Resort
 
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This resort is located in the 怀柔 area of Beijing.
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    Walking a wild and dangerous path

    A travel blog entry by florachen on May 30, 2014

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    ... to get comfortable.

    We arrived in Beijing the next morning and were picked up by Du Shifu. We had breakfast at my grandpa's house and then split off to go explore the city. Kelly and I did our own thing since we weren't trying to go to all the historic touristy areas. Somehow that day we ended up taking seven different cabs. First we went to Tiananmen, then walked to Wangfujing for some lunch. After that we went to Silk Street to get a stamp thing for ...

    Why wouldn't you toboggan down the Great Wall?

    A travel blog entry by chloecd on Aug 26, 2013

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    ... every classroom. The school we've been in has touchscreens in every classroom, and we have been assured that this is common throughout China.

  • Apparently 99% of computers in China run Windows. 90% of those computers run pirated copies of Windows. This means that basically every Chinese computer is riddled with viruses, even straight out of the box.
  • Students take one exam at the end of secondary school - the Gao Kao - which determines whether or not ...

  • Bustling Beijing

    A travel blog entry by kyliejoe on Aug 01, 2013

    ... to see Tian'namen Square in the centre of the city, this is a very large square in front of a grand building set high up almost on a pedestal, this is very famous in Beijing from the 1989 student-lead demonstrations that took place. This resulted in a military attack to take control, opening fire on thousands of innocent protesters, this became known as the Tian'anmen Square Massacre. The Chinese government have prohibited all forms of discussion or remembrance of this event, ...

    Ni Hao

    A travel blog entry by canditron9000 on Mar 08, 2013

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    ... the multi-story Apple store that anchored the nearby shopping complex, not to mention American staples like Starbucks and McDonald's.

    Before the deliria set in, we scouted for eateries in the nearby shopping mall. Needless to say, we settled on a restaurant with a picture menu. We were also drawn in by the locals making homemade dumplings in the window. A good start to a great trip.
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    First week of china madness!!

    A travel blog entry by the_webbs on Aug 24, 2012

    ... lag! Luckily i managed to remember a particular building and we walked home. But never have i been so scared been lost in a city 10 times bigger than london! Anyway, nights out are common and we have been out most nights and now we are good and its all sorted.
    I will be online tomorrow and i will try upload more photos and tell you a few more storys of the first 12 days . Much love to you all and i appoligise for and poor spelling. ...

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