Tian An Men Sunrise Hostel

No.2 Ciqiku Alley, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100002, China
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Silk Street

by rippinaussie

With the new silk street up and running, i read alot about the excellent shopping
but does it have shoes and dvds there?
im going there in july, so im curious.

Re: Silk Street

by so_alex

Yes, you can find a lot of shoe at the basement but for DVDs you can go to Sanlitun near a Tongli.

Re: Silk Street

by Epesodic

I just got back from Beijing and found that Honqiao (also known as Pearl Market), Yaoshow, and Silk Market are pretty similiar. I see lots of shoes, clothes, purses, table cloths...but not much dvds. You can get all those dvds for cheap at the dvd stores. Most are probably low quality bootlegged dvds. Check out the market across from the Beijing Zoo on Zhizhimen, it is where the local shops and the prices are usually much lower.

Re: Silk Street

by rippinaussie

Yes, i did a bit a research off your answer and i found out that Sanlitun is the best place to go
the small store, and its quite close.

Travel Tips for Beijing

make your way down to one of...

by Krystynn

make your way down to one of the largest squares in the world - the TIAN' ANMEN SQUARE.

It was here that the feared Communist leader, Chairman Mao solemnly proclaimed the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949. For some of us, this place brings back very sad memories of the 1989 Tian' Anmen masaccre where thousands of university students were trampled to death by heavy army tanks... Well, that thought came flashing through my mind whilst I was here.

Incidentally, did you notice the Chairman Mao Mausoleum behind me?? For those tourists who are interested to glimpse his body, get into the loooong queue quickly....

Spring Festival – most important customs (Part 1)

by ntm2322

The Chinese like to stick the character “fu2” meaning “happiness”. And if they stick it upside down people will say “fu2 dao4 le”, meaning “happiness arrived”. The character “dao4” means “upside down” and has the same sound as the word “arrive”. In Chinese the character “dao4” also means “arrive”. The character “le” doesn’t mean anything.

In the Spring Festival the Chinese also like to eat jiao3 zi (dumplings) and nian2 gao1 (New Year cake). According to tradition people should eat the jiao3 zi from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. (ban4 ye4 zi3 shi2 chi1) because it is the time when starts the first day of the first month of the lunar year.

The New Year cake (nian2 gao1). “Nian2” means “year” and “gao1” means cake. “Nian2 gao1” is also called “nian2 nian2 gao1”. In Chinese “gao1” also means “high” and “nian2 nian2” means every year. Therefore, “nian2 nian2 gao1”, using the word “high”, it means “one’s life will be better year after year”

“Kai1 men2 bao4 zhu2” (open the door and light firecrackers), this is to say that the first thing to do in the New Year is to open the door and crack firecrackers, because this is the noise that welcomes the New Year.

“Bai4 nian2” (pay a New Year call / wish somebody a Happy New Year). The original meaning was to pay respects and wish Happy New Year to the elders, and the elders in turn would distribute ya1 sui4 qian2 (money inserted in red pockets given as a lunar New Year gifts) to the children. Ya1 sui4 qian2 means lucky money.

It is said that ya1 sui4 qian2 can hold down the evil, therefore, after receiving the ya1 sui4 qian2 the children could enjoy a very peaceful year.

Lu-Gou-Qiao Bridge, has been...

by vigi

Lu-Gou-Qiao Bridge, has been made famous by at least 3 historic events: Marco Polo's description, Emperor Qianlong's inscription and the outbreak of the War against the Japanese Aggressors. It was built completely of white stone and looked majestic with a total of 485 stone lions lined on the balustrades of both sides. Mingchang period (1190-1208) of the Jin Dynasty, the bridge was listed by travellers and men of letters as one of the 'Eight Scenic Spots of Yanjing (Beijing)' under the descriptive title 'Lugou Xiaoyue' or Moon Over Lugou at Daybreak (The Morning Moon Over Lugou Bridge).

Xiu Shui Jie

by yangzhigong about Silk Market

Non-Chinese visit Beijing like goto Xiu Shui Jie(silk market), goods there is cheap, you may get a kick out of bargain with vendor. But be careful, the market is full of fack goods, open your eyes wide shut. clothes, small craft or gift

Train to Beijing

by carwg

This is the first time to Bejing by train, it is a wonderful experience. Reasonable fare, good conditions & on time!

You can meet different people in compartment, someone for business, for family, for travel, see everyone up and down, sitting on the side seat eating peanut holding with a cup of hot tea, enjoying outside scenary, buying hot pot rice at the station....ooh, a lot of things you can do. The jounery starts when you step in the train!!

Train is the excellent transportation in China. I missed it much very much.


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