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So Long Beijin
 From 7 centuries ago when when  famous hydraulic engineer Guo Shoujing designed a canal that brought water from the mountains in the West,  to today 's  20-millions official residents enjoying a fascinating mix of old with starring International  modern masters such as Paul Andreu and Herzog de Meuron , Beijing is truly a land of the opposites where the ancient and the sparkling new collide.
 My few weeks in the city , after a comeback of 30 years, have been dedicated to giving you a flavor of an older China before it vanishes too quickly and an Eastern Promise of what the future of the city will bring.

 Time to leave now , soon will report from Honk Gong. So Long Beijing!

The Forbidden City

The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. It is located in the middle of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum .
Worldly Stages

The 2008 Summer Olympics changed the face of Beijing, and the changes keep on coming. Just about everywhere you look you'll find signs of the feverish development boom that is continuing where the games left off.


Retreat of Indulgence
Every morning before breakfast those 25 meters laps exercise......I am in heaven and want to live here forever.
The Wild Wild Wall

" He who has not climbed the Great Wall is not a true man" said once  Mao Zedong, I have climbed it twice. I guess that make me a true Woman.


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