Tianning Temple

Photo 1: Tianning Temple, Beijing         Tianning Temple was built in Emperor Xiaowen years of the Northern Wei Dynasty, the original buildings are on grand scale, divided into the Middle, East, and West Road. Now only the middle road exists, there is Mountain Gate Hall (Wei Tuo Hall), “Tianning Temple built by imperial order” was written on the top of the hall gate, the Maitreya Buddha statue is placed for worship in

The Tiananmen Square

Photo 1: Tiananmen Square, Beijing         The Tiananmen Square is located on the central axis of Beijing City,it starts from the National Museum in the east and ends at the People’s Great Hall in the west, south to Zhengyang Gate, north to Tiananmen Gate, it is 500 meters wide from east to west and 880 meters long from south to north, the Tiananmen Square covers an area of 440,000 square meters,

Surangama Altar

Photo 1: Tanzhe Temple, with a History of More Than 1700 Years         Tanzhe Temple lies at the foot of the Tanzhe Mountain in the southeast of Mentougou district , more than 30 kilometers away from the city center. Tanzhe Temple faces south with the back to the north, leans against Baozhu Peak, surrounded by nine tall hills like horseshoe shape. Photo 2: Surangama Altar of Tanzhe Temple

Simatai Great Wall --- the whole section is unique, with "dangerous, dense, singular, artful, complete" five major characteristics-Beijing

Photo 1: Simatai Great Wall, Beijing         Simatai Great Wall, from Wangjing Tower in the east, to Houchuankou in the west , a total length of 5.4 kilometers, 35 Watchtowers were built. Photo 2: Wangjing Tower of Simatai Great Wall         Simatai Great Wall is divided into two sections by the Mandarin Duck Lake. Photo 3: Fairy Tower of Simatai Great Wall    

Shihua Cave

Photo 1: Stone Flower Cave(Shihua Cave), Beijing Photo 2: Reed Flute Cave, Guilin Photo 3: Yaolin Cave, Zhejiang Photo 4: Yuhua Cave, Fujian         Stone Flower Cave,one of the four famous caves in China, the other three are: Guilin Reed Flute Cave, Zhejiang Yaolin Cave, Fujian Yuhua Cave. Photo 5: Stone Flower Cave(Shihua Cave), One of the Four Famous Caves in China         With a total of 18 scenic

The Great Hall of the People, Bei jing

Photo 1:the Great Hall of the People, Beijing         The Great Hall of the People is located in the west side of Tiananmen Square, sits west headed east, 336 meters long from north to south, 206 meters wide from east to west, 46.5 meters high, the construction area is 171,800 square meters, covering an area of 150,000 square meters.  Photo 2:The Interior of the Great Hall of

Dipamkar Pagoda, Bei jing

Photo 1:Dipamkar Pagoda, Beijing         Commonly known as “Tongzhou Pagoda”, Dipamkar Pagoda is located on the canal shore in the northwest of Tongzhou District. Dipamkar Pagoda has over 1,300 years history. The tower was damaged due to the earthquake in 18th year of Emperor Kangxi (1679), and was rebuilt in 1696. Photo 2:the Lofty Xumizuo Style Base of Dipamkar Pagoda         Dipamkar Pagoda is brick structured, includes an octagonal

Qianmen Street, Bei Jing

Photo 1:Qianmen Street, Beijing         Qianmen Street was built in the 29th year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty(1550), it starts from Zhengyang Gate Arrow tower in the north to Tiantan Road in the south.  In 1965, it was named Qianmen Street. Photo 2:Dabei Photo Studio, Beijing Photo 3:Bianyi Roast Duck Workshop, Beijing         Qianmen Street is a famous commercial street of Beijing. Numerous time-honored

Beijing--Baodu (Quick-boiled Tripe)

Photo 1:Baodu (Quick-boiled Tripe), Beijing         “To eat in autumn, there is Baodu” the saying goes among Beijing natives. Beijing’s most famous Baodu are Man, Zhang, Feng, Wang several shops. Photo 2:Beijing’s Delicacy—Baodu (Quick-boiled Tripe)         Baodu is made of bovine abdomen, but also of sheep belly. Bovine abdomen is generally divided into: tripe, Duren and Duling; sheep belly is divided into: San Dan, Duren, Duling, mushroom and mushroom

Fried liver of Bei Jing

Photo 1:Fried Liver Fried Liver is one of Beijing flavor snacks. Photo 2:Fried Liver of Beijing Fried Liver uses pig’s liver and large intestine as the main ingredient, with garlic and so on as accessories, thickening with starch, with characteristics: gravy is shiny and bordeaux, savoury liver and fat intestine, thick but not greasy. Photo 3:Fried Liver as Breakfast Many Beijing natives eat fried liver as breakfast.