Bank of China, Beijing

Post and Telecommunications: Figure 1.One Post Office in Beijing Beijing’s postal and telecommunication facilities are complete, network coverage is very wide, mailing parcels, large consignment, mailing postcards,calling international and domestic long-distance call are very convenient. Network: Wireless network has been popular, and some business service areas provide free network. Banks: Figure 2.Bank of China, Beijing Banks in Beijing are densely populated, and most of them have ATMs, and most stores can pay

Beijing South Railway Station

Figure 1.The traffic of Beijing Beijing is the hub of China’s highway, railway, air transport, the transportation is very convenient. Air transport: Figure 2.Chinese Capital International Airport, Beijing Chinese Capital International Airport is China ‘s largest, completely equipped, and busiest international airport. Located in the northeast of Beijing City, it is about 30 km from the city center. You can take the airport bus to and from the airport, the whole

Beijing, Google Maps

Figure 1.Beijing, Google Maps Figure 2.Beijing Tourist Map ( Sights, Hotels, Subway, Rail and Airport) Beijing’s city center is located at 39 degrees north latitude, 116 degrees east longitude, is in the northwest end of the North China Plain, the area is 16,410 square kilometers. The city’s total population is 19 million 610 thousand people. The southeast is the alluvial plain by the Chaobai River, Yongding River and so on,

the Temple of Heaven

Figure 1.the Forbidden City, Beijing 1.the Millennium Royal Capital Figure 2.the Summer Palace, Beijing Figure 3.  the Temple of Heaven, Beijing     One of China’s four ancient capitals with a history of nearly a thousand years of the capital, has the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Ming Dynasty Tombs, the Temple of Heaven and many other royal-related buildings. 2.the modern Metro Figure 4.the Water Cube, Beijing      Ancient