Fengshan Hotspring

East of Shuiku Road, Changping Town, Changping District, Beijing, 102200, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

"You can have your noodles and eat them too!"

A travel blog entry by senorita-tes


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There was a long demonstration table with place settings for 8 cooks and all the fresh ingredients in the middle. There was a bowl of cherry tomatoes, metal mixing bowls of flour and small spice bowls with all kinds of colorful herbs and spices. The room smelled so good!

The instructor, Sue, showed me around The Hutong and I felt like I had been invited into someone's home. The small courtyard had hanging red lanterns. ...

Living in balance

A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip


... blue and the leaves of the fall trees were changing. It was surreal! Alex showed me some breathing exercises and some stretches that he thought were important. A short form of Qi Gong. I began to see the importance of taking advantage of cosmic cycles for better health and well-being. To be in tune with nature leads to balance and harmony. Alex's main aim is to help us discover the transformative powers of Eastern health practices for restoring and maintaining balance, ...

The Transitory Nature of Writing in the Temple

A travel blog entry by solabusca


... s little red book, all trying to get our money; it's odd to see such capitalistic intent insinuated in the heart of Communism, at least to my outsider eyes. But our guides Liang and Kevin tell me that everything we think we know about China is outdated, that the old Communist ideal has fallen away and rampant, crazed consumerism is the new norm. People have disposable incomes, now, and the lower classes want their share of the ...

Viewing the Presidential Election from China

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager


... viewing the reactions of other foreigners, everyone was rooting for Obama, it is my understanding they preferred Obama's foreign policies. Looking at news articles further solidifies this preference. Hong Kong CNN reports "China is quite happy that Obama won the election because Obama is a known entity," says political columnist Frank Ching. "It's better to have the devil you know, than the one you don't." Another article said "In China, Obama's ...

First Massage Memory

A travel blog entry by chatje

Just had my first massage here in China at the place in the picture above. It is the one with the
red banner that starts with 17. I have no idea what it says. At night the pillars on either side light up and spin. This is in one of the hutongs near my apartment. Remember hutongs? You can see from the photo that it is not a fancy neighborhood, but my host mother highly recommended this place, so I made ...


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