The power of worshiping remains as one of the traditions in Modern China. People burn incense to pray for a variety of purposes, such as education, relationship, business…etc.
Street food is a must experience part in the Asia. The woman is cooking local Beijing friedcake. Yuan, local Beijingese, showed me around Hutong and introduced me a famous restaurant-Yaoji.
An old bicycle with merchandises is a common scene in Hutong, a narrow alley or street in Beijing.
Beijing Breakfast franchise
Hepingli police station
Jinyu Hutong in the Wangfujing street
Night market in Wangfujing.
Tiananmen Square is the largest square in the world which can accommodates one million people. It is located in the center of Beijing and named after the Tiananmen Gate(Gate of Heavenly Peace) located to its north, separating it from the Forbidden City.
The Forbidden City was the Chinese Imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty.
The seat for emperor of Qing dynasty, Qianlong.
The Palace Museum is an art museum that has collections of over 8000 years of Chinese history.
China Business Plan Competition in Peking University
Melody Tang and I standing in front of our business plan idea, Melody Senior (Adult) Daycare.
Ryan, Smith MBA student, was conducting his presentation in the final run.
The Great Wall in Mutianyu
The Great Wall of China is a 4000 mile series of stone and earthen fortifications built, rebuilt,and maintained between the 6th century BC and the 16th century to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from attacks.
The Great Wall is the one and only artificial architecture which can been seen from the satellite in the university.