By Efrenn Larson on Apr. 12, 12
When you hear the name China, you would immediately relate this to the Great Wall, maybe to Confucianism or Buddhism, or even to the Peking Duck. Whatever you relate this name with, there is always a common denominator to each of them: they are borne out of a very spectacular history.
By Efrenn Larson on Jan. 9, 11
Beijing, the vibrant cosmopolitan and ancient capital of China has kept many ancient wonders. Millions of people may have heard of the Forbidden City and the Great Wall, but there are still a dozen sites to see and things to experience when you’re in the city. An added bonus is that Beijing hotels are within the vicinity of these attractions, making them easier to access by both locals and tourists.
By Efrenn Larson on Dec. 20, 10
Tourism in the world is indeed a sector which is remarkably improving. Citizens of differing nationalities start to think outside the box, and they have found out that there is more to see internationally. This has resulted to a positive growth in the hotel and restaurant businesses the world over.
By Efrenn Larson on Jan. 22, 10
As the seat of the country’s power, Beijing has been filled with many interesting imperial structures which serve both as defenses and as grand halls used to welcome different guests from foreign lands. The emperor was very important in the daily affairs of the state since under him, the Chinese people fulfilled their duties. Known as the “Son of Heaven,” he does most of the responsibilities needed to protect the empire.
By Efrenn Larson on Jan. 20, 10
China, known as Asia’s Sleeping Dragon, has finally opened its gates to the world. Stiffness and strictness are two words usually associated to the Chinese race, especially in the field of politics. But behind those issues, lies a rich colorful history yet to be unfolded.