The National Stadium (Bird’s Nest) and Aquatics Center (Water Cube)

Beijing, China October 16, 2016 After the success of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, many tourists have come to visit the Bird’s Nest (Beijing National Stadium) and Water Cube (Beijing National Aquatics Center) inside the Olympic Park. The National Stadium hosted the track and field, football, and final competitions for the 2008 Summer Olympics. continue reading : The National Stadium (Bird’s Nest) and Aquatics Center (Water Cube)

Business District

Beijing, China October 16, 2016 Beijing is the capital city of the People’s Republic of China and is the political, educational and cultural center of the country. Although the capital has preserved its culture through its ancient structures, it is considered one of the most important international financial centers in China. Since the government decided continue reading : Business District

CCTV Headquarters

Beijing, China October 16, 2016 The CCTV Headquarters serves as the main station of the China Central Television (CCTV). The structure won as the 2013 Best Tall Building Worldwide from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. The building is not the usual traditional tower; it has a loop of six horizontal and vertical continue reading : CCTV Headquarters


Beijing, China October 15, 2016 Hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, known as courtyards. There are types of narrow streets or alleys where neighborhoods were formed by joining one siheyuan to another, thus creating a hutong. The term hutong first appeared during the Yuan Dynasty, and is a term in Mongolia that means “Water continue reading : Hutongs

Temple of Heaven

Beijing, China October 15, 2016 The Temple of Heaven was the original place where the emperors of the Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty hold the Heaven Worship Ceremony. First built in 1420, it is the largest representation masterpiece among China’s ancient sacrificial buildings. The architectural style shows the practices of the ancient Eastern civilization continue reading : Temple of Heaven

Tiananmen Square

Biejing, China October 15, 2016 Built in 1415 during the Ming Dynasty, the Tiananmen Square was once the main gate to the Forbidden City and is considered one of the largest public squares in the world. Its name was derived from the massive stone Tiananmen that means “Gate of Heavenly Peace”. The Square covers an continue reading : Tiananmen Square

HouHai Lake

Beijing, China 4 November 2014 Situated in the central park of Beijing, the HouHai (Back Lake) district is known for its picturesque view of the HouHai Lake, and is popular among the three parts: QianHai, Houhai and Xihai that form the Shichahai area. During the day, the HouHai is bustling with activities from locals and continue reading : HouHai Lake