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Join me on a food tour in Beijing! Lost Plate Food Tours organizes food tours in Beijing. They take you to local places and let you eat dishes you would not have found yourself. They not only offer great food, they also give interesting background information on the dishes and offer unlimited beer during their tours! _________________________ The baijiu video I mentioned in the video; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b29QkSbwbU _________________________ Thanks for subscribing to my channel! http://bit.ly/1TjkJaW _________________________ Lost Plate Food Tours invited me on their tour. Opinions are, as always, 100% my own. _________________________ FOLLOW ME ON MY TRAVELS: https://goyvon.com https://facebook.com/goyvon https://instagram.com/goyvon
Hutongs (simplified Chinese: 胡同; traditional Chinese: 衚衕; pinyin: hútòng; Wade–Giles: hu2-t'ung4) are a type of narrow streets or alleys, commonly associated with northern Chinese cities, most prominently Beijing. In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences. Many neighbourhoods were formed by joining one siheyuan to another to form a hutong, and then joining one hutong to another. The word hutong is also used to refer to such neighbourhoods. We paid RMB10 per trishaw of round trip. Since the mid-20th century, a large number of Beijing hutongs were demolished to make way for new roads and buildings. More recently, many hutongs have been designated as protected, in an attempt to preserve this aspect of Chinese cultural history. #hutongbeiji...
http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com We've been visiting Beijing for over 25 years and have seen all the important sights but each revisit comes with a vow to see something new. Do I follow-through? Not by a long shot. My three favorite "know-off" - fake - "counterfeit" - whatever are sending their siren call, "Sheila, we're waiting... Come and bargain..." and so I do. There are limited clips in the Silk Market because of their posted policy, "No cameras or Videos" but some merchants don't care. Whatever you are looking for, one of these places will have it; don't forget to seriously bargain! The aggressive sellers are trying to earn a living among fierce competition and life will be easier for you if you get into fun and don't take it seriously...
Beijing cuisine has salty, rich flavors. Pork and mutton have been represented in Beijing cuisine since the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasty especially as a result of the dietetic influence of the Mongol and Manchus. Beijing cuisine has been also much influenced by culinary traditions from all over China, especially from Shandong cuisine, one of the eight cuisines in China. Now Beijing food does not stress strangeness or uniqueness, only delicious food made from common ingredients with tastes that are very agreeable. Beijing Duck is the number one yummy food in Beijing. Of course, Beijing offers more than its local Beijing cuisine. You can find almost all the cuisines here coming from other parts of China or foreign countries - French food, American food, Japanese food, British food, German foo...
What it's like to be a Local in Beijing
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Beijing's regulation on air pollution control has taken effect today to battle severe smog in the city.
Pekin - targowisko z lokalnym jedzeniem
They eat all kinds of food in China. And no, it's not always dog. A little video of some of the things Chinese eat on a daily basis. This video was taken in the Chaoyangmen area in Beijing. Video is in Dutch. _________________________ FOLLOW ME ON MY TRAVELS: https://goyvon.com https://facebook.com/goyvon https://instagram.com/go_yvon _________________________ Thumbnail Template by Thumb Temps: http://thumbtemps.com/license/
Theme song for the 100-day countdown celebration of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, music by Xiao Ke and original lyrics by Lam Jik (Hong Kong). The melody of the song was inspired by a local Beijing ballad called "Shui Niu", which are snails that come out on rainy days. Children in Beijing like to sing songs to attract these little creatures to come out of their shells. For those of you wondering where's Andy Lau, he has his own Olympic song: "Everbody Is No.1" For those of you wondering where's Jay Chou, he has his own Olympic song: "千山万水" For those of you wondering where's S.H.E, Jacky Cheung and Wilber Pan, they have their own Olympic song: "红遍全球" Lyrics: Chen Tianjia: Welcoming another dawn, bringing fresh new air Liu Huan: The air changes, but sentiment still scents o...
Biking in Hutong with local people. To get friendship and real experience in Beijing. Joynney makes it possible to travel differently and change the way you experience any place. As a traveler discover your destination with locals keen on showing you around - find a local to help you get off the tourist beat and have unique local experiences you would've otherwise missed out on. As a local meet people from places different than your own. Show them what life is in your part of the world, create local experiences with the things you enjoy and make new friends with people from all over. https://www.joynney.com/