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Title: Beijing Info - eBeijing.gov.cn
Description: eBeijing's Beijing Info page. Information about Beijing for non-natives, including Beijing history, diplomatic and embassy information, religous services, and medical services information.
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Texto: Beijing Info - eBeijing.gov.cn eBeijing, the Official Website of the Beijing Government Toggle navigation eBeijing, the Official Website of the Beijing Government Home Beijing Info Government Travel Culture Visa Study Business Photo Gallery Sister Cities eBeijing Volunteers Q&A Survey Home Beijing Info Government Travel Culture Visa Study Business Photo Gallery Sister Cities eBeijing Volunteers Q&A Survey Global talent flocking to work in China Global talent flocking to work in China Beijing to build 50 demo areas of eco... 24-hour urban study appears in Chaoya... Beijing begins registration managemen... Chinese, foreign journalists visit co... BJ projects selected human settlement... Opportunities abound for foreign smal... Chinese high-speed rail amazes world ... More>> Beijing Weather Today: 18℃ to 7℃ Cloudy Flag Time: Flag raising: 06:12 Flag lowering: 17:54 Exchange Rate 100USD=658.39 CNY 100EUR=777.65 CNY 100JPY=5.8817 CNY 100HKD=84.343 CNY 100GBP=874.53 CNY Fair Show 2017 Beijing China International Water Technology Exhibition Time: October 12-14,2017 Venue: China International Exhibition Center(Shunyi) More>> Guozijian Qu Yi Dongyue Temple Facial Make-up in Peking Opera Temple of Sun Park The history of Tiananmen Gate The history of Prince Gong's Mansion The history of Wangfujing Avenue The History of Beijing Public Library More>> The Imperial College is located immediately to the west of the Confucian Temple and connects to the temple through a side gate. Generally recognized as the highest official institution of learning in Imperial China, it was first established in 1287 during the Yuan Dynasty and subsequently enlarged several times, attaining its present dimensions during the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty. More>> As an ancient performing art in China, quyi is a general term that covers several different types of performances in which speech, singing or both are used. As an independent art, it was formed in the middle Tang Dynasty and flourished in the Song Dynasty. Now more than 300 forms of quyi are popular among all ethnic groups throughout the country. More>> The temple, which lies on the north of Chaoyangmen Outer Street, Chaoyang District, is also known as Beijing Folk Custom Museum. More>> The origin of facial make-up used in Peking Opera can be traced back to the Southern and Northern Dynasties Period, more than 1,400 years ago, when leading actors used to wear masks. As the operatic arts developed, performers gradually took off their masks and painted colourful patterns on their faces instead so people could better see their facial expressions. More>> RitanPark, a national AAA tourist attraction and a historic site under national protection, is located on Ritan North Road, Chaoyang District, about 10 kilometers from the center of the city. It is a spot of cultural interest in classical garden. More>> The Tiananmen Gate was first built in 1417 in the Ming Dynasty. During the demise of the Ming Dynasty, heavy fighting between Li Zicheng and the early Qing emperors damaged (or perhaps destroyed) the gate. The Tian'anmen square was originally designed and built in Beijing in 1651. It was enlarged to its present size (four times its original size) and cemented over in 1958. More>> Covering a ground area of 28,000 square meters, the Garden of Prince Gong’s Mansion is surrounded by the man-made hills on four sides. Totally 25 small and large scenes can be seen there and the architectural features of the gardens from both northern and southern China are combined perfectly in the mansion. More>> More>> The National Library of China was formerly known as the Jingshi Library, was established during the rule of Qing Dynasty. It had been allotted as a major construction project under the Qing rule and had started constructions in 1909, the year the Qing government first established rule. It first officially opened to public visitors after the Xinhai Revolution, on August 27th in 1912. In August of 1929, Jingshi Library had merged with Beiping Beihai Library and was still named as Beiping Public Library. More>> Foreign Embassies Foreign Communities Foreign Hospital Religion Beijing Business Beijing Education Beijing Life Beijing Transportation Capital Maps Beijing Travel Embassies of foreign countries are in the capital city of China-Beijing. Other big Chinese cities such as Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Chengdu and Shenyang have consulates of many foreign countries and regions. More>> In Beijing, non-intensive arts courses, lec-tures, trips and workshops on topics from cal-ligraphy and history to jiaozi-making and rock music are here for the taking. An increasing number of organizations, including the follow-ing, will help expand your skills and horizons in Beijing. Also, the foreign student offices of all Beijing universities can help students find instructors of calligraphy, painting, tai chi and other disciplines. More>> Do you feel quite helpless when you are ill in a foreign country? Are you worried about the language barrier with the doctor? These kinds of problem can be solved easily in Beijing. There are 29 high-level hospitals having special foreign clinics which have a high reputation among local foreigners. The hospitals accept patients with a foreign passport, a student card or the identity certificate of Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan. More>> China is a country with religious freedom and respects every religion. Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism and Christianity are religions found in Beijing. Religious activities are carried out in Buddhist temples, Taoist temples, mosques and churches in Beijing. The most well known of these are: Catholic East Church, Catholic South Church, Gangwa City Christian Church, Chongwenmen Christian Church, Niujie Street Mosque, Dongsi Mosque, Guangji Temple, Guanghua Temple, Baiyun Taoist Temple and Yonghegong Lamasery. More>> The vast Chinese economy has developed in fits and starts since the founding of the People's Republic in 1949. Its basic structure is mostly that of a developing country, with the majority of the population employed on the land. However, there is a significant industrial base and expanding pockets of advanced manufacturing and technological enterprises, including a space programme. More>> Beijing is home to an extensive number of colleges and universities, including several well-regarded universities of international stature, especially including China's two most prestigious institutions, Peking University ("Beida") and Tsinghua University. Other well known institutions, domestically and internationally, include Beijing Normal University and Renmin University of China. More>> Welcome to Beijing, one of the leading capitals of the world and the host of the 2008 Olympics. With a history that is more than 3000 years, Beijing is an amazing mix of old and new. For centuries Beijing has been the centre for cultural and business activities and is today beyond doubt a truly world class and international city. More>> Beijing is a transportation hub and has a well laid out network of roads, railways and a major airport. Commuting in Beijing should be the least bothersome issue in a visitors mind. The city has convenient transportation links, extending in all directions. The well laid out rail and road network enables one to have a pleasant journey at Beijing. More>> Beijing is located in the northeastern corner of China. The city limits of Beijing extend some 80km (50mi), including the urban and the suburban areas and the nine counties under its administration - in other words, it's huge. Though it may not appear so in the shambles of arrival, Beijing is a place of very orderly design. Long, straight boulevards and avenues are crisscrossed by a network of lanes. Places of interest are either very easy to find if they're on the avenues, or impossible to find if they're buried down the hutongs (narrow alleys). More>> The oriental city of China, Beijing is witness to a splendid culture and insightful history. The city will captivate a visitor with the historic and cultural relics created in Beijing by the various dynastic houses that ruled over the city. The Beijing Olympics 2008 are an opportunity for people from far and wide to acquaint themselves better, with the history and culture of the region, by visiting several architectural marvels the city boasts of. More>> Clean Air Action Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Beijing by Numbers Ten New Policies Beijing Tours Feedback About Us Copyright Service and Privacy Cooperation Sitemap Registration Number: 05060933


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