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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Day 10 Beijing 北京 Kung Fu

A travel blog entry by rexburnett on Jul 23, 2015

1 comment, 26 photos

... the Shaolin Temple is world famous and many visitors flock to the temple to see these monks in action. It has lost its old world appeal as it has become just another tourist attraction. However, the ability, discipline, and commitment witnessed at the shows cannot be denied. Kung Fu was fun for the kids and seeing who had flexibility and who didn't was obvious. :) Our Kung Fu instructor is about 5 feet tall and knows her stuff. ...

The Wall! The Wall! My legs! My legs!

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 16, 2014

7 photos

... a hero. Kept track of the stairs and we climbed almost 80 flights going up and down and over 5 miles along the top. After about a couple of hours we headed back (all that climbing up means climbing down!). By the time we made it down, my legs felt like rubber. But what an experience. And I have the t-shirt to prove that I walked the wall! I had to buy it but I have it. (The tourist area does have a funicular to get to the top and you receive a certificate stating you were on the wall ...

Last Day in Beijing

A travel blog entry by nctoomeys on Jun 21, 2014

7 photos

... and learning from the gracious Chinese people. We visited the temple, then headed to a four story mall full of anything & everything you could want: beats, iPhones, tablets, jewelry, clothing...and the list goes on. We spent several hours being hassled by vendors wanting us to purchase what they had. And we escaped with a few treasures to bring home. Lunch was American-style again (I went to KFC & GAT had mcdonalds). Finally, we boarded the bus for ...

Beijing- An Unforgettable Day

A travel blog entry by kirstyollie on Oct 28, 2013

6 comments, 20 photos

... We left Japan feeling a little sad but we were looking forward to experiencing another new country. After arriving at Peking airport we grabbed a taxi to take us to our hostel in the centre of Beijing. We were lucky that the hostel had given us an address card that we could print out and hand to the taxi drivers as they spoke no english. The taxi journey was over an hour so you might be thinking that it would have cost us a fortune but luckily for us cabs are very cheap in ...

Best day so far!

A travel blog entry by stacylynnbaker on May 16, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... in China without connections to the government. This was really appreciated as, when asking the first two lecturers about corruption in China, they basically said there was none. Bakers and Daniels specializes in helping Midwest companies protect IP and trademarks as those are a few of the greatest difficulties companies face when they move into China. While the company has many competitors, its extensive knowledge of the Midwest and its length ...