- Great Wall of China
- How to avoid the crowds of tourists at Badaling Great Wall
- The ever-popular Beihai Park, which is a favorite of mine
- Four must-see sites in Beijing: Great Wall, Summer Palace, Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City
- The Summer Palace, a gorgeous park which is another favorite of mne and a must-see for visitors to Beijing
- Tian'anmen Square, one of the must-see places to visit in Beijing
- The Forbidden City, located across the street from Tian'anmen
- Fun and free things to do in Beijing
- Expanded subway system makes it easier to move around Beijing
- The Soong Ching Ling House offers peace and quiet on the banks of upper Houhai Lake. Soong was the widow of Sun Yat-Sen, and a noted personality in her own right.
- Beijing Aquarium
- Tips for coping with the language barrier
- Panjiayuan flea market is Beijing's biggest and best flea market. It's also known as the Dirt Market because at one time it was located in a big dirt field.
Here's a couple of stories I've posted so far for travel elsewhere in China:
- Shanghai Motorcycle Market is a good place to get parts for Chinese motorcycles and scooters which are becoming increasingly popular in the United States because of their low prices.
- Yixing teapots are made from a special clay which absorbs the flavor of the tea. We visited here last year on an overnight trip from Shanghai.
Stay tuned because there are more stories to come!