Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center

Address: Jiuhua Heights, Xiaotangshan, Changping District, Beijing, 102211, China | Resort
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This resort, located in the Changping District area of Beijing, is near Dingling Underground Palace, Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War Museum, Echo Wall, and Chinese Minorities Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Tian amen square and the forbidden city

    A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Sep 25, 2014

    6 photos

    ... to have a very different understanding than the guide did.

    The paparazzi were out in force, mobbing the boys and posing for photos. Lots of selfies going down either with or without checking with the boys first.

    After posing for a photo with the portrait of the big man himself, Chairman Mao, hanging over the Gate of Heavenly Peace, we wandered over ...

    The Forbidden city was amazing!

    A travel blog entry by jackson_jansen on Aug 03, 2014

    3 photos

    Today I was luckily enough to see the Forbidden City, the history alone is so amazing let alone seeing it first hand. Ringed by a 52m-wide moat at the very heart of Beijing, the Forbidden City is China’s largest and best-preserved collection of ancient buildings, and the largest palace complex in the world. The Forbidden City was deserted for 500 years until being re-opened to the public as ...

    My ears become a peasant's new toy

    A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard on Jan 08, 2014

    4 photos

    ... how I will recognise it though.

    This afternoon has been a real experience in getting to know the Chinese as people, not just anonymous faces scurrying around the subway. Yes I’ve been the subject of (affectionate) jokes regarding the size of my nose and ears but they somehow seem “different” now. Less serious and formal. Interestingly I noticed while we were shopping Bubbles became temporarily “Subway Chinese” again adopting a ...

    Nanjing and now

    A travel blog entry by leg5a on Jun 22, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... to Beijing, life has been pretty routine. At the embassy, we finally got in contact with our supervisor in DC, who gave us some projects related to China's state-owned enterprises and strategic emerging industries. It's pretty interesting, but very frustrating because it's very difficult to find any concrete policy information online. The Chinese govt doesn't make policy available to the public. In order to mediate this feeling of helplessness, my co-intern ...

    The land of China

    A travel blog entry by sarbi108 on Nov 02, 2012

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... me and the boys) we shared dishes off the lazy Susan. Plus wine and beer and the whole lot cost us $10nz each. Cheap as chips. Hamish Oliver had a ex student from NASDA here and she has just recently got a contract with a western band and they are playing in China and Korea. She is only about 21 but doing really well with this covers band. So we went to a night club in the up market area that was pumping. The band were quite good and you could hardly move! She came and spoke ...