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Title: original romantic and fashionable trip
Keywords:Best Beijing experiences,Tips for traveling light,traveling light,Deyunshe Theater,Beijing Temple of Heaven
original romantic and fashionable trip
original romantic and fashionable trip
Beijing Hutong
Beijing Hutong
It is said that the real culture of Beijing is the culture of Hutong, the ancient peculiar alley of Beijing. The word #8220;hutong #8221; is Mongolian in origin, meaning a #8220;water well #8221;. In the old time with the digging of new wells, came the new communities. Later it was referred to as narrow streets or lanes formed by quadrangle courtyards.
Surrounding the Imperial Palace, hutongs were established throughout the Yuan (1206-1341), Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties. Most of the hutongs we see today were built during the Ming and Qinq. You only still find a very few hutongs preserved from the Yuan Dynasty.
Hutong, as a symbol of Beijing, has its own style and structure than makes it a miracle in the world. Taking a bird鈥檚 eye view of Beijing, you will find a combination of Hutong and courtyards that board ordered with beautiful gardens, magnificent rocks, and ancient ruins. Hutong witnesses the development of Beijing, so they say where is where is a Hutong, where is a part of Beijing history.
Beijing Hutongs have various names. Some are named connected to a personality, such as Wenchengixang Hutong. Some are named with market or goods, such as Golden fish. The longest Hutong is Dongxijiao Minxiang with a length of 6.5km. The most narrow is Qianshi Hutong (Money Market Hutong), only 0.7meter wide.
At present, the most popular hutongs are situated in the area of Shichahai and Dazhalan with a rickshaw of RMB50-100.
# trip Beijing Hutong
Posted 1 year ago
Olympic Sites
Olympic Sites
The Olympic Green, National Stadium and National Aquatics Center are three architectures constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympic. The National Stadium is the centerpiece of this project.
The National Stadium is located in the Olympic Park Central Area of gentle slope, facility design is similar to a vessel, the high ground fluctuation appearance to ease building sense of weight, and gives a dramatic and powerful physique, the National Stadium the perfect image of pure, appearance is the structure of the building, elevation and structure to achieve the perfect unity.
The National Stadium hosted the main track and field Football, and final competitions for the 2008 Summer Olympics, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies. The twig-like structure and the bowl-shaped roof are the masterpiece of the project. It is designed by Herzog and DeMeuron. The most unique feature of the structure is its #8220;cushion #8221; system which can fill the spaces within the building #8217;s facade to regulate wind, weather, and sunlight. It can house 91,000 visitors.
# Olympic Sites
Posted 1 year ago
銆銆Love means that I know the person I love. I #8217;m aware of the many sides of the other person 鈥 not just the beautiful side but also the limitations, inconsistencies and faults. I have an awareness of the other #8217;s feelings and thoughts, and I experience something of the core of that person. I can penetrate social masks and roles and see the other person on a deeper level.
銆銆Love means that I care about the welfare of the person I love. To the extent that it is genuine, my caring is not possessive, nor does it hold the other person back. On the contrary, my caring frees both of us. If I care about you, I #8217;m concerned about your growth, and I hope you will become all that you can become. Consequently, I don #8217;t put up obstacles to what you do that enhances you as a person, even though it may result in my discomfort at times.
銆銆Love means having respect for the dignity of the person I love. If I love you, I can see you as a separate person, with your own values and thoughts and feelings, and I do not insist that you surrender your identity to match an image of what I expect you to be for me. I can allow and encourage you to stand alone and to be who you are, and I avoid treating you as an object or using you primarily to satisfy my own needs.
銆銆Love means having a responsibility toward the person I love. If I love you, I respond to most of your major needs as a person. This responsibility does not include my doing for you what you are capable of doing for yourself; nor does it mean that I run your life for you. It does mean acknowledging that what I am and what I do affects you, so that I am directly involved in your happiness and your suffering. A lover does have the capacity to hurt or ignore the loved one, and in this sense we see that love involves an acceptance of some responsibility for the impact my way of being has on you.
銆銆Love means making a commitment to the person I love. This commitment does not mean surrendering our total selves to each other; nor does it imply that the relationship is necessarily permanent. It does involve a willingness to stay with each other in times of pain, struggle, and despair, as well as in times of calm and enjoyment.
銆銆Love means trusting the person I love. If I love you, I trust that you will accept my caring and my love and that you won #8217;t deliberately hurt me. I trust that you will find me attractive, and that you won #8217;t abandon me; I trust the mutual nature of our love. If we trust each other, we are willing to be open to each other and reveal our true selves.
銆銆Love can tolerate imperfection. In a love relationship there are times when I am bored, times when I may feel like giving up, times of real strain, and times I feel I can #8217;t move forward. Authentic love does not imply enduring happiness. I can stay during rough times, however, because I can remember what we had together in the past, and I can picture what we will have together in our future if we care enough to face our problems and work them through. We agree with the idea that love is a spirit that changes life. Love is a way of life that is creative and that transforms. However, love is not reserved for a perfect world. Love is meant for our imperfect world where things go wrong. Love is meant to be a spirit that works in painful situations. Love is meant to bring meaning into life where nonsense appears to rule. In other words, love comes into an imperfect world to make it possible to live.
銆銆Love is open. If I love you, I encourage you to reach out and develop other relationships. Although our love for each other and our commitment to each other might prohibit certain actions on our parts, we are not totally and exclusively married to each other. It is a false love that cements one person to another in such a way that he or she is not given room to grow.
銆銆Love is selfish. I can only love you if I genuinely love, value, appreciate, and respect myself. If I am empty, then all I can give you is my emptiness. If I feel that I #8217;m complete and worthwhile in myself, then I #8217;m able to give to you out of my fullness. One of the best ways for me to give you love is by fully enjoying myself with you.
銆銆Love involves seeing the potential within the person we love. In my love for another, I view her or him as the person she or he can become, while still accepting who and what the person is now. By taking people as they are, we make them worse, but by treating them as if they already were what they ought to be, we help make them better.
銆銆To sum it up, mature love is union under the condition of preserving one #8217;s individuality. In love, two beings become one and yet remain two.
# love
Posted 1 year ago
Do you like travelling?
Do you like travelling?
# Why do you like travelling? Or what can travelling bring you?
There is no denying that travel plays a more and more important role in our society. Travel, in my mind, is of great benefit for economic development and cultural exchange, as well as physical health.
For one thing, travel has a far-reaching effect on economic development. Just thinking of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, millions of tourists came to Beijing for a travel, which undoubtedly benefited Chinese economy. For another, it is also a tool for cultural exchange. With different people travelling from different countries, various cultures enrich the local life-pattern by means of communication.
In addition, travel is good for relaxing. Following the rapid pace of development, people may easily feel exhausted, while travel gives them a pause to think how to rid dull life and add some color to it.
Taking all these factors into consideration, we can see clearly that travel is favorable to both our society and individual. Whether for pleasure or not, travel is a good try.
You can learn more by travelling a thousand miles than by reading a thousand books.
# travelling
Posted 1 year ago
Where are your assets? #8212;- Seth Godin
Where are your assets
Do work and get paid once. Build an asset and get paid for as long as it lasts.
A retailer or a restaurant owner might work 18 hours a day #8212;but the landlord makes just as much money from that effort, often more. The cheeseburger gets paid for once, but the rent bill comes every month.
Real estate is an obvious and simple form of asset. In 1928, my great grandfather traded his real estate assets for the sure thing of the stock market. The biggest difference between the rental houses he owned and the worthless stocks he bought was that the houses paid rent every month, while the stocks offered merely the promise of a later payoff.
Some of the assets you can build, not just buy:
Your brand. A brand isn #8217;t a logo. It #8217;s a promise and an expectation. When you overdeliver, you earn trust, trust that can bring you repeat business, access to new opportunities and the privilege of being able to count on your customers coming back. (Yes, it does hurt to ask).
Permission. The privilege of delivering anticipated, personal and relevant messages to the people who want to get them. People who would miss you if you were gone.
Expertise. You might lose your job, but they can #8217;t take away what you #8217;ve learned. If all you #8217;ve just done is what you #8217;ve done before, you might get paid, but you didn #8217;t earn an asset.
In just three words, then, there #8217;s the huge chasm between the trusted, experienced freelancer, the one you #8217;re happy to hear from when she has a new idea, and the newbie or the short-term maximizer. Those guys have to start from scratch, each and every time.
Think about the individual, the entrepreneur or the small organization that has built up trust with a given market, that has permission to talk to that market and that has the expertise to execute on what it promises #8230; Once you have those three, you call the shots. If, on the other hand, you #8217;re merely a hard-working employee, doing what you #8217;re told, you #8217;re never going to get what your effort ought to produce.
Other assets companies can build include processes or machinery and a loyal and talented workforce. Individuals, though, can pay attention to, protect and amplify the first three as they do their work. They don #8217;t take care of themselves, because there #8217;s always pressure to trade them in for short-term rewards.
One of the biggest shifts the connection economy has brought is that assets are no longer reserved for companies and organizations. Now that everyone has the ability to own a slice of the attention paid to media, now that everyone can build and nurture a network, assets are no longer off limits to people who work for a living.
Your choice: intentionally build and nurture your assets, or ignore them in the pursuit of the next thing #8230;
# assets Where are your assets
Posted 1 year ago
Ming Tombs
Ming Tombs
This is an amazing site for many reasons. First, it is outside Beijing, so you have a chance to escape the city and see a bit of the countryside. Second, it is relatively near the Great Wall, so you can visit both in one day. Third, the tomb itself is an eye opener. Some 50 kilometers northwest of the downtown Beijing, known as the 鈥13 Tombs鈥, this is the burial site of 13 out of 17 emperors of the Ming Dynasty. There are just two tombs which have been excavated and open to the public: Dingling and Changling. Changling is the first tomb to be built. It took 2 years for renovation, and was opened in 1958. Dingling has been excavated so thoroughly that one has to get into the burial chamber itself. However, it is a very steep climb down and people who have problems with their heart or kneels are not suggested to visit the underground tomb. For wheel-chair users or those who don #8217;t want to go deep inside a tomb, I recommend Changling Tomb.
How to get there:
Entrance Fees as below:
Changling Tomb: RMB 30 (Nov.01 to Mar.31) / RMB 45 (Apr.01 to Oct.31)
Dingling Tomb: RMB 40 (Nov.1 to Mar.31) / RMB 60 (Apr.1 to Oct.31)
Opening Time: Changling Tomb: 08:30 to 17:30 / Dingling Tomb: 08:30 to 18:00
Travel Time: Two hours
Tourist Bus Route: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
# Ming Tombs
Posted 1 year ago
Tips for traveling light #8212; By Zhang Dongya
Tips for traveling light
Modern travel has lost any hint of relaxation. Most travelers act as their own porters, lugging huge bags and fancy cameras as they chase planes. Their schedules are artificially tightened to suit a travel agency鈥檚 shopping plans, and rest days call on one to rise even earlier than during the work week.The reward? Photos to post on your microblog.
Make 2012 a year to dump the heavy bags and take a minimalist approach to travel. Most cities have more to see and experience than your travel agent would have you believe. These tips can help you strike out on your own and see it all during your next vacation.
Avoid tour packages
Although travel agencies can offer a good price and hassle-free arrangements, it鈥檚 better to do it yourself if you want to enjoy a freewheeling trip.Sharon Wu, a human resources manager, is an 鈥渋mpulsve鈥 traveler who prefers her trips be as loosely planned as possible. She tends to pounce on each trip idea as it enters her head.In April, when the willow trees were turning green and the peach trees were blossoming, she went to Hangzhou to take in the sights around West Lake. She planned to visit West Lake on her second morning there, but a late night at the bar turned that morning stroll into an afternoon jaunt.
鈥淚t鈥檚 relaxing to bable to walk at your own pace. There are some scenic spots in West Lake that are on the agencies鈥 schedules, but better enjoyed on your own,鈥 she saidWu had nothing good to say about tour packages. Although she had only joined one group tour, she said she would never do it again.
鈥淭he tours are organized, but inflexible. For some interesting places, they only give you 30 to 60 minutes. I was irritated about how they rushed me out whe I wanted to stay, yet in other places we would have to sit around waiting for other members of the group,鈥 she said.Shopping time is the most criticized element of any package tour. If you don鈥檛 enjoy shopping, it鈥檚 st to travel alone.
Tips to plan a light trip
Choose the destination that appeals to you, regardless of what others say.
Have a rough plan for which scenic spots you want to see. Limit yourself to two places per day. Leave yourself lots of free time to get a feel for the place.
Shrink your backpack
Many travelers said that trip enjoyment is proportional to luggage carried. Unless you are planning on a constant use of taxis, you should pack light.
Backpacks are much more convenient than suitcases when going up and down subway steps and hotel staircases.
Ramon Lee, a master of packing, is always seen carrying one small backpack: it鈥檚 the same backack he uses on every trip.
鈥淚鈥檝e seen many people travelingith their whole homes crammed into an array of big suitcases. Those have to go through every airport and subway scanner and create huge delays. Don鈥檛 try to pack or every contingency because most of them won鈥檛 happen,鈥 Lee said鈥淒ump your more cumbersome things like umbrellas. People carry umbrellas in case it rains, but usually we change our plans according to the weather. If yu absolutely need an umbrella, just buy one at the time you need it,鈥 he said.Ways to pack less
Only pack the necessities and don鈥檛 bring along disposable goods. Leave out most of your emergency goods and buy thm when you actually need them.
Don鈥檛 buy anything that you seldom use and can borrow on the spot. You don鈥檛 need to buy binoculars if you just want to watch the birds at the seashore3. Women can lighten their luggage by leaving all their expensive skin-care products at home.
Save money,
save energy
If you have enough time, don鈥檛 make yor trip into a rush.
Taking trains instead of airplanes can save you a lot of money. With long distances where an airplane is necessary, try buying your tickets through a discount website instead of through the airline鈥檚website.
You can also lodge in youth hostels, which usually make up for their modest facilities and service by giving you the chance to make new friends. Youth hotels have improved dramatically over the last decade, and many provide separate toilets and other facilities.
A good attitude is vital when traveling light. Accidents happen, and you should see them as special experiences instead of complaints.
Lastly, remember to experience the local scenery and culture with your eyes and heart instead of through your camera鈥檚 viewfinder. Unless you are taking photographs for a magazine, take a small point-and-shoot camera instead of a big DSLR and your bag of lenses
Environmentally-friendly ways to see Beijing
Walk. If you can reach somewhere on foot within 30 minutes, then you should walk instead of taking the subway or bus. You could waste more than 10 minutes waiting for a bus or pushing past subway crowds.
Bicycle. On a clear day, a bicycle is an environmentally-friendly and healthy way to travel. Wear a mask if the smog gets too thick or choose another method of transportation.
Use the subway and bus. Online maps can help you plan your subway and bus connections to minimize transfer times.
# traveling light Tips for traveling light
Posted 1 year ago
Deyunshe Theater
Deyunshe Theater
PostHeaderIcon Deyunshe Theater
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Deyunshe TheaterBeijing Deyunshe Theater is located at Tianqiao which is the birth land of local Beijing folk art, and close to Temple of Heaven. Rebuilt from the Tianle Theater, Deyunshe Theater covers an area of 1,000 square meters. Deyunshe Theater can receive 300 audiences at same time. Beijing Deyunshe Theater mainly performs traditional cross talk, and some Chinese folk art forms. After visiting Temple of Heaven or live near Temple of Heaven, you can have a leisure at Deyunshe Theater, to enjoy the local Beijing Chinese cross talk. I promise you will fall in love with this kind of performance.
Beijing Deyunshe Theater was established by Guo Degang who is the crosstalk comedian at 1995. Deyunshe is a performance group in order to develop and expand national culture, foster the artistic talents and service people. The artistic level and quality of all of performers get the praises from audiences in Beijing and Tianjin area. Standing on the base of developing national culture, Deyunshe spread traditional culture and folk arts via theater, and let the crosstalk art return theater and survival. Deyunshe Theater opens a new point for Beijing performance market. If you have rest time after Temple of Heaven tour, Deyunshe Theater is a good place for you to know about Chinese traditional leisure ways. Understanding the sacrifice ways in Temple of Heaven, you should relax yourself in this famous Deyunshe Theater near Temple of Heaven.
The aims of Deyunshe Theater are face to ordinary people and service common people. Every day, you can enjoy splendid performances with cheap price and good quality, let tourists including tourists after Temple of Heaven tour know about the ancient city culture and modern amorous.
Enjoy the ancient Chinese culture is the desire of many foreigners, so Deyunshe Theater is best choice. Also, it is close to Temple of Heaven, you just need some time after Temple of Heaven tour to appreciate the crosstalk art.
# Deyunshe Theater
Posted 1 year ago
Beijing Temple of Heaven
Beijing Temple of Heaven
Beijing Temple of Heaven
Temple of Heaven ( Tiantan ) is located in the southern part of Beijing, and has been one of the most holy places for the whole country for more than five centuries. It used as a complex of sacrificial buildings for the Ming and Qing emperors, and is the largest one in Beijing among several royal altars to Heaven, Earth, the Sun, the Moon and other deities or symbolic forces of Nature.
The Temple of Heaven was originally constructed in the eighteenth year of Ming Yong LE(1420). It was rebuilt and reconstructed during the period of Emperor Jiajing In Ming Dynasty and Emperor Qianlong in Qing Dyansty. The building is magnificent and environment is solemn and respectful. It was the place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshipped Heaven and prayed for good harvests.
The north part of the temple looks like a roundness and the south is like a square. Surrounded by an outer wall of 5 #160;km, it covers an area of 273 hectares, thrice the size of the Forbidden City. It is divided into the Inner Temple (Neitan) and the Outer Temple (Waitan) by a double wall. Main buildings assemble in the inner part, including the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests(Qiniandian), the Hall of Imperial Zenity (Huangqiandian), the Circular Mound (Huanqiu) the Imperial Vault of Heaven (Huangqiongyu), the Palace of Abstinence (Zhaigong), Beamless Hall (Wuliangdian), Long Corridor (Changlang) etc. There is also the Echo Wall (Huiyinbi), Triple-sound Stone (Sanyinshi), Seven Star Ston (Qixingshi) etc. Temple of Heaven combines the architecture technology of Ming and Qing Dynasties together. It is rare Chinese ancient architecture and the largest sacrifice complex in the world. In 1998, the United Nations Educational Scientiffic and Culture Organzation listed it into the #8220;Dirctory of World Heritage #8221;.
If you go to the Temple of Heaven in the early morning, you can see groups of people practicing all types of kung fu and taiji. You can lso practice with them if you are so inclined. This is another good activity for the jetlagged.
Add: on the east of Tianqiao, Chongwen District 67018866
Open Time: 6:00-21:00
Take 6, 20, 39 Buses
Travel Time: 1.5 hours
Entrance Fee: RMB 35
# Beijing Temple of Heaven Best Beijing experiences
Posted 1 year ago
National Grand Theatre
National Grand Theatre
National Grand Theatre, the egg-shaped theatre is designed by the French architect Paul Andreu, the designer of the terminal of the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. The National Grand Theatre, situated west of the Beijing #8217;s central Tian #8217;anmen Square, has a huge glass and titanium dome-shaped structure surrounded by water.
The new National Theater is composed of the three halls nestled inside the egg. The 2.68-billion-yuan (US$328 million) theatre will hold 6,000 people. It is regarded as the Egg due to its smooth, translucent exterior and ovoid shape. With its modernity, it is in the strong contrast to the Stalinist-style building of the Great Hall of the People and the golden eaves of the Forbidden City.
# National Grand Theatre Best Beijing experiences
Posted 1 year ago
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