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  • Peking Opera at Liyuan Theater

    Peking Opera at Liyuan Theater

    The Liyuan Theater is a famous theater that performs traditional Peking Opera in Beijing. It is jointly run by Beijing Qianmen Hotel and Peking Opera Theater since 1990. The Liyuan Theater is located in Qianmen Hotel, Xicheng District. It has won "the best night activities place" of the Beijing Tou... Read more>>
  • Lao She Teahouse

    Lao She Teahouse

    Built in 1988, Lao She Teahouse is located near the Qianmen Street, where is a renewed pedestrian street in downtown Beijing. The tea house is named after Lao She, a noted Chinese novelist and dramatist. You can enjoy the wonderful performances of folk art, meanwhile you can taste famous tea, the i... Read more>>
  • The Legend of Kung Fu at Red Theater

    The Legend of Kung Fu at Red Theater

    The Red Theater is famous for its traditional folk art performance. Especially, the Shaolin Kung Fu drama "the Legend of Kung Fu" is successfully performed there and becomes target="_blank" title="Beijing">Beijing municipal Party committee and the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games ... Read more>>
  • Acrobatics at Chaoyang Theatre

    Acrobatics at Chaoyang Theatre

    Founded in 1984, Chaoyang Theatre Acrobatics Show is a popular show that highlights famous Chinese acrobatic skills. It was awarded by Beijing Municipal Government as Standard Venue for Tourism Performance in 1986, as well as National Cultural Enterprise Model by the Ministry of Culture of China in... Read more>>
  • Beijing Temple of Confucius and the Imperial College Museum

    Beijing Temple of Confucius and the Imperial College Museum

    Inside the Anding men, there lies Guozijian Street, or Imperial College Street, also known as Chengxian Street, or Sage Accomplishment Street. The Street is lined with locust trees, creating a shady and fragrant retreat amidst the hustle and bustle of city life. Beijing Temple of Confucius and the ... Read more>>
  • Tiananmen Square

    Tian'anmen Square

    Tiananmen Square is located at the center of Beijing City. It is named after the Tiananmen Gate located to its North, which separates it from the Forbidden City. Read more>>
  • Forbidden City

    Forbidden City

    The Forbidden City, located at the exact center of the ancient city of Beijing, was the home and center of power for 24 emperors during the mid to latter Ming and Qing dynasties. Read more>>
  • Great Wall

    Great Wall

    The Great Wall is by far mankind’s most extensive construction endeavor. It zig-zags up and down steep ridges and is punctuated with imposing watchtowers, making the Great Wall the travel icon of China. Read more>>
  • Temple of Heaven

    Temple of Heaven

    The Temple of Heaven is an architecturally splendid set of religious buildings used for sacrificial ceremonies and prayers by the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Read more>>
  • Lama Temple

    Lama Temple

    The Lama Temple in Beijing is one of the largest and best preserved lamaseries in the world outside of Tibet.The most striking element of the Lama Temple is a huge statue of the standing Buddha, carved from the trunk of a single sandalwood tree. Read more>>
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