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China is a tourism supermarket, when it comes to sightseeing! Only within Beijing, you have the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven, the Confucian Temple, and a hundred more well-known sights to see. Yes, it is impossible to squeeze them all into one day (let alone appreciating any one of them!). If you only have an overnight stay in Beijing, tour guides advise choosing no more than three items for either personalized guided, or self-guided tours.
Are You Traveling To Beijing? Interested In Finding Some Of The Highlights?
It doesn’t matter where you are from or where you’re going, a travel guide of some sort, is always a good choice to make. And if your traveling to Beijing its no different – you want to know where to sleep (hotels), where to eat (restaurants) and where to go (activities and entertainment).
China’s Agricultural Products Price Soar
Egg transport cost increased, reporter visited Guangzhou wholesale food market showed that egg prices is also increasing. At present, the fresh eggs price from the wholesale market in Liaoning have been from 3.3 Yuan / kg risen to 3.6 Yuan / kg. Oil prices increased directly affect the transportation cost. The state had raised oil prices directly led to the egg transport cost increased. For example from Guangzhou to Liaoning, only freight needs 15,000 Yuan. April’s oil prices rise; once again led their freight costs increased 1,100 Yuan. The average on per case is rise 0.5 Yuan.
How to Pronounce ‘Can’ and ‘Women’ in Chinese?
If you are conversant in English, chances are that you would pronounce them the English way. Unfortunately, the proper pronunciations happen to be quite different. The word ‘can’ is pronounced in a manner similar to ‘chan’, and ‘women’, ‘wuo mern’.
Uzbekistan – The Ancient Heart of Central Asia
Uzbekistan is home to some of the oldest cities in the world. As it is situated between two rivers, the Amu-Darya and the Sir-Darya, it was considered as the crossroads of the famed Silk Road, a lucrative trading route that ran through the center of Uzbekistan. The area has always been a haven for culture and for religion. In fact, Zoroastrianism, which predates Christianity and Islam, began in what is now called Uzbekistan, and this religion is still practiced worldwide.