China Business Plan-Snapshots of Beijing Part II


The Summer Palace is mainly dominated by Longevity Hill and the Kunming Lake. In the Palace, one finds a variety of palaces, gardens, and other classical-style architectural structures.


The kiosk to sell ticket of high speed rail.IMAG1458

One the way to Tianjing for company visit. Inside look of the high speed rail with Smith classmates and faculties.


The outlook of the high speed railIMAG1511

Company tour-Master Kong is one of the best-selling instant noodle companies in China. The whole process of the production is 95% operated by machines; only a small portion of the process was made manually.


Night market in Wanfujing. From the left to the right: scorpions, cockroach, centerpiece, starfish, seahorse, and lizard. IMAG1555

In addition to the automobile, bicycle is the main tool for people to commute. IMAG1601

Advertisement in the subway station.IMAG1615

We spent a great portion of our time in the bus. Many of us became closer to each others and we shared lots of stories about histories, schools, and life experience. I was fortunate to be able to travel with a bunch of cool people.IMAG1618

Panjiayuan Market is a shopping market, also called the Dirt Market, for all Chinese arts and crafts. It is made up of over 3000 individual stalls covering 48,500 square metres.


Posters of old timeIMAG1646 Tea. The love for Chinese to tea is as much as the love for Americans to coffee.


A local tricycle rider gave me a tour in Hutong. He told me many stories about the history of China.


Visiting a local house inside the Hutong.IMAG1675

The tricycle teamIMAG1677

In China, you can see many slogan stating the importance of the country development everywhere. It is also not a surprise to see the sky in grey color. Air pollution has been a serious problem in Beijing. During the stay I had to drink lots of water to cure my dried-throat problem.IMAG1705

Peking Capital International Airport is the busiest airport in Asia and the second busiest one in the world. It is also the biggest airports I have ever been to in my life. (I had been to more than 20 airports worldwide)

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