Blog Tag - Chinese New Year
Throwback Thursday takes a look back into Beijing's past, usin
With non-stop fireworks that will scare off even the most diehard spirit, Chinese New Year celebrations are definitely not for the faint of heart.
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If you're thinking now is a convenient time to go traveling, think again.
After considerably placated attack from firecrackers and fireworks, Beijing seems much quieter than usual – shops and restaurants remain closed, t
Beijing's PM2.5 concetration reached a mere 647 micrograms per cubic meter at its peak during Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) celebrations, dow
Has there ever been a blander name for a holiday than “Spring Festival”? What the hell does it even mean? It’s held in the middle of winter.
As a teacher at a study abroad program here in Beijing, I feel it's my duty not only to introduce the wonders of Chinese civilization to impressio
If you've got no money, click away from this blog now. We mean it, because prices to get out of Beijing are astronomical at the moment.
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Today is the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, and people from all across the world will be watching anxiou
I can see the television commercials now: the young man walking through the snow with a heavy bag over his shoulder.
This year there will be a further reduction