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Beijing, the capital of People's Republic of China, the center of politics, culture, education, science and international communication. As a city with more than 3,000 years of history, Beijing served as the capital of five dynasties including Liao, Jin, Yuan, Ming and Qing for about 800 years.

The city has many places of historic relics and scenic beauty, including the Imperial Palace (also known as Forbidden City), the Great Wall, the Zhoukoudian Site, the Temple of Heaven, the Summer Palace and the Ming Tombs, all of which have been put on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

And besides the Imperial architectures, the Old Hutongs and quadrangle courtyards can be found dot among the city, where are the traditional houses for the local residents. Walking into this area and you will have a great experience and deep understanding of the life of native people. The 800 years Hutongs have witnessed the development of Beijing. Where there is a hutong, there is a story.

In addition to the ancient architectures, more and more modern architectures sprung up these days.
Innovative constructions include the National Stadium (also known as the Bird’s Nest), In 2022, the opening and closing ceremonies of another important sport event,Winter Olympic Games will be held here. While in National theater and Meilanfang theater, you can enjoy world class music as well as the original and charming Peking Opera.And the television station headquarters, airport terminal 3, 798 art galleries make themselves the most modern, distinctive architectures.

Beijing cuisine mainly consists of fantastic royal cuisine, unique provincial dish and a large variety local snacks. it has always been loved by gourmets throughout the world.

Beijing features a large forms of folk arts and handcrafts, like Shadow Play, Dragon Dance, paper cutting. cloisonné craftsmanship, lacquer engraving, palace lantern.

Beijing welcomes its guests from all over the world with open and diversified culture, and flourishing business opportunities.