Shuangyang Employees' Training Center

Address: No.41 Qingchun Road, Huairou District, Beijing, China | Resort
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This resort is located on No.41 Qingchun Road, Huairou District, Beijing.
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

My New Chinese Currency System

A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Oct 10, 2014

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... s say you're going out to eat, "oh look, this meal turned out to be the same price as our school's cafeteria". Although this may be true, there's a good chance you could've gotten the same meal down the street for half the price...if only you knew what good value meant in China.

Fear not guys I have came up with the solution. I also did not file a patent on it so feel free to use my strategy while you're abroad (it's not like there are patent laws ...

At Forbidden City

A travel blog entry by bettywakia on Jan 20, 2014

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The Forbidden City was the palace of the Chinese emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is located in the heart of Beijing, the capital city of China, and is the largest ancient palace in the world. It is also called the Palace Museum, the Purple Forbidden City or Gugong Museum in Chinese.

The Forbidden City was built under the orders of the powerful Yongle Emperor of the Ming Dynasty ...

Beijing to Manila

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 10, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... s a bit odd to get used to smoking indoors again. Feels naughty, but after 3 drinks I've forgotten that we ever banned it and the place it so well air conditioned that you don't even notice your own smoke, let alone anyone elses. The bar staff are all tiny Philippino girls wearing skimpy outfits and knee high socks. I think the theme is bumblebees as everything is in yellow and black stripes. Mostly they are fairly hot. That's probably a theme here too. To be fair ...

The Royal Treatment

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 24, 2013

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... is a convenient 15-minute walk from our hotel. A huge series of imperial palaces and gardens, the original structures were destroyed by British and French troops during 1860 (see the link for more info). I went in expecting the place to be a small park with a few ruins of old palaces here and there, but it is ENORMOUS. The entire stretch of land is comprised of fields and reconstructed gardens and lakes and ruins.

There aren't really that many bicycles in Beijing!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrsontour on Sep 17, 2012

1 comment, 19 photos

We landed in Beijing to a beautifully sunny day and found our way to our hostel after navigating the trains and subway (not knowing a jot of the Chinese language!). TFL could certainly learn a few tricks! Simple things such as arrows showing which way the train goes, lights that show what stop you're at and best of all - air conditioning!! Although we could teach them a thing or two about pedestrian crossings and traffic lights, drivers here don't ...