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Welcome to Beijing
In 2008, when you are at the grand occasion of the Olympic Games with the theme slogan of "One World, One Dream", you will also find yourselves experiencing the oriental ancient civilization of Beijing.
Beijing was the capital city of the Liao, Jin, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties of China. The largest palace of the world, the Forbidden City, is located on the central axis of Beijing city. [Full Story]
Lodging
Lodging arrangement is probably one of your greatest concerns in your journey. More>>
Dining
Beijing Roast duck is thought to be one of the most delicious dishes all over the world. More>>
Shopping
There are more than 100 large and middle-scale shopping centers in Beijing. More>>
Entertainment and Leisure
Beijing's cultural life is rich and varied, with plenty of art performances and international exhibitions. More>>
 

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Dunhuang, a city found by Emperor Wudi of the Han family.Mogao Caves is a good example of art and culture of Dunhuang.You can see Yangguan Pass, Yumenguan Pass.You will get plenty of hotels and restaurants.Best time to visit this place in the month of May to September. -- mack -- More>>>

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