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·Traditional Beijing delicacies in Wangfujing snack street [08.07.30]
·Spring roll 春卷 [08.07.16]
·Moo shu pork 木须肉 [08.07.16]
·Hot and sour soup 酸辣汤 [08.07.16]
·Zhajiang mian 炸酱面 [08.07.16]
·Peking Roast Duck 北京烤鸭 [08.07.16]
·Instant-boiled mutton 涮羊肉 [08.07.16]
·Zongzi 粽子 [08.07.16]
·Tangyuan 汤圆 [08.07.16]
·Tang hu lu 糖葫芦 [08.07.16]

·Jiaozi 饺子 [08.07.16]
·Chinese medicinal cuisine [08.07.16]
·Anhui Cuisine 徽菜系 [08.07.16]
·Hunan Cuisine 湘菜系 [08.07.16]
·Zhejiang Cuisine 浙菜系 [08.07.16]
·Jiangsu Cuisine 苏菜系 [08.07.16]
·Fujian Cuisine (闽菜系) [08.07.16]
·Guangdong Cuisine (粤菜系) [08.07.16]
·Sichuan Cuisine (川菜系) [08.07.16]
·Shandong Cuisine (鲁菜系) [08.07.16]

·Chinese Cuisine [08.07.16]
·Guide to dining out in Beijing [08.07.11]
What to eat
Chinese medicinal cuisine
Fujian Cuisine (闽菜系)
Guangdong Cuisine (粤菜系)
Sichuan Cuisine (川菜系)
Shandong Cuisine (鲁菜系)
What to see
Temple of Heaven (Tiantan--天坛)
The Forbidden City 紫禁城
The Great Wall 长城
Tiananmen Square 天安门广场
The Summer Palace 颐和园
Where to shop
Chinese Wood-block Print (版画)
Chinese Brush Painting(水墨画)
Chinese Cloisonne(景泰蓝)
Chinese Embroidery(刺绣)
China Folk Toys(民间玩偶)
Traffic Guide
Beijing to adjust working hours for Olympics
Smart road system to make Olympics green
Three new subway lines to open in Beijing before July 20
Beijing Olympics to ensure safe and smooth traffic flow
Tianjin airport to adopt special security checks