Beijing Zhejiang Hotel

#26 3rd District, Chaoyang District, Beijing, Beijing, 100029, China
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fur in beijing?

by coramper

kind of an odd question. we will be going to beijing next week, and of course, it will be quite chilly. my friend has a faux fur coat (which looks very real!), which she was thinking about taking with her. it's very warm! however, i'm not sure about the attitude toward wearing fur (as i said, even though it's not real fur, it sure looks like it) is in china, or beijing specifically. she has gotten some very negative comments here (usa), when wearing the coat. takes up quite of bit of space in the suitcase, and is heavy to carry, so wanted to check it out beforehand. thanks , susan

Re: fur in beijing?

by MikeM2

Animal rights in China ?

I don't think that wearing this kind of faux fur would raise any difficulty - however remember that the average Chinese enjoys a fairly low income and your friend may feel overdressed ....

Re: fur in beijing?

by Odinnthor

The above are right. Overdressed? Absolutely. I personally think it is a serious waste of luggage space, but to each his own. If she just wants to be warm, - take something more practical. If she wants to impress, - it is the wrong audience. Have fun in Beijing....d:o)

Re: fur in beijing?

by chinamonty

I agree that it would take up a lot of space. You can buy very good thermal underwear etc in China at very reasonable prices. My super thermals I used in Inner Mongolia cost RMB100 for the two pieces. I didn't even bother haggling. I just wore jeans over them but had a weatherproof thermal parka for my top.
You can buy animals skins on the street in various parts of China. I think the Chinese have a better view of it. If an animal dies why would you waste its fur. Maybe not farm them or deliberately kill them (though that goes on for sure).

Re: fur in beijing?

by chinamonty

I agree regarding wool. I still refer to woollen undergarments as thermals (we don't have a lot of use for them in most parts of Australia where I come from).

Re: fur in beijing?

by Homanded

I agree with above posters in particular how ridiculous and out of place wearing a fur coat would look.
I would think *practical* instead of *stylish* should be more the concern in China. She would def. stick out like a sore thumb.

Re: fur in beijing?

by ellejiang

If your friend has got some negative comments from wearing it in your country. Then she got to wear it in another country or her money has been paid in vain isn't it? Don't worry. No one in Beijing would say anything about some waering fur. Don't hesitate. Wear it for fun!

Re: fur in beijing?

by polartraveller

It is not as much as negative comments but "looking rich" may draw unnecessary attentions from pick pockets and robbers. Plus streets are usually very muddy so she risk getting the coat dirty or someone may drop something on it at a busy restaurant or subway etc. Then there is the weight issue! Why not just get a nice warm down jacket. If she does not have one buy one (real of fake brands) when you get there, they are all over the place and at very reasonable prices.

Travel Tips for Beijing

GREAT WALL

by LysDor


No need to introduce this wonder but here is a short history.

It is a huge construction which took over 1000 years to build. It was China´s Emperor Qijn Shihuang, who started the work 2500 years ago. The purpose was to keep out barbarians from the north. In the end barbarians just went around it and got in anyway.

The wall is more than 3000 miles (5.000KM) long, even if at the oldest sections it has crumbled down. The views of the snaking walls with watch towers are something not to be missed nor soon forgotten!

You don´t need to go to space or upper levels of atmosphere, just climb it; the easiest way to visit The Great Wall is to go by car or take a tourist bus from Beijing Railway Station to Badaling.

It is believed that it's the only man-made structure visible from space...
...but actually it is NOT true!

the gates

by picek

Red as a color of positive affirmation in China is one the ways to articulate otherwise solid, colorless walls of the buildings or as in this case, one of the gates to a residence in a hutong - a traditional living structure of homes and lanes as a homogenous unit of the city. The things as such are like 'village' within megacity, shelter of closed and conservative societies within their own set of rules and traditions.

The hutongs are being rapidly 'replaced' in many areas, but since they are also of great interest for tourists, there are some that might gonna have better future than otherwise, but the question of content will then arise. Will they remain as living units for local population, or will they become part of the 'business'?

If there is place in the world with vertigo speed of change, then it is obviously Beijing and for best evidence it's good to visit it, to see it once again very different than you used to know.

Fly a kite!

by nepalgoods

Kite are a favourite sport of the Chinese people! You can see it mainly in autumn on Tian An Men Square. Near Tian An Men Square are some shops, which provide you with small and big kites and all the professional stuff you need for letting them fly!

quality has a price

by Sylviav about Hongqiao Market (Pearl Market)

About half the things I bought at pearl and Silk market broke within a week of my return home. Be warned, a good price for a piec of junk is a bad deal. This include sunglasses, fountain pens, a massage ball)

"Xinjiang Wei Ethnic " music and food!

by Sally_chen about A Fan Ti Hometown Music Restaurant

"Xin Jiang " is a minorite out of our 56 ethnics in Han nationality . The majority people live in Xinjiang province which bordering "Midddle east" and some of the "ex soviet union" countries. They are famous for their dancing and singning (very similar to Turkish , even their looks) .
This is a place I used to go with a group of colleagues when we had "party" . It's a kind of bar restaurant provide Xinjiang food and tea. They have live performance with Xinjiang dance and music every night from 07:00 to 08:30 p.m.
What makes it more special is the "table dancing" , people dance on thier big table after meal and performances. Just fun!

It's a good place if you go with a group of people. Recommended dishes:
1. Xin Jiang roaste mutton
2. noodle with tomato juice
3. chicken boiled with potatos.

The food is not as cheap as some local restaurant, but it's worthwhile to see the performance(They used to have a lady dancer , she is one of the most beutiful Xinjiang women I have ever seen ).

P.S : Reservation is recommended especially during weekend.

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