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  • For nearly half a century, multitudes of cyclists packed the dusty boulevards of Chinese cities, an image as evocative of the nation's identity as the Great Wall or the giant panda. Now, after decades of steady increases, the number of bicycles on China's streets has begun to fall.
  • Home of the 2008 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.
  • The capital of China, in the northeastern part of the country; pop. 6,920,000. It became the country's capital in 1421, at the start of the Ming period, and survived as the capital of the Republic of China after the revolution of 1912
  • capital of the People's Republic of China in the Hebei province in northeastern China; 2nd largest Chinese city
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  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • (hotel) a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
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Nikki Turner, Queen of Hip-Hop Lit, is back with one of her gutsiest female characters yet, a glamorous chick with a high-end hustle that can rival any man’s game.

As the respected, renowned concierge for a luxury hotel chain, Beijing Lee caters to the wealthy and famous. Whether it’s securing a dinner reservation, a fleet of limos, or a record deal, or protecting her clients from the paparazzi, there’s nothing Beijing can’t do. She’s stacked up an impressive pile of IOUs from the world’s elite—and one day she decides it’s time to start cashing in. Before long, she’s a five-star diva running her own lucrative business, where she secures her clients their most outrageous—and increasingly illegal—desires.

But Beijing has her own addiction: a man named Lootchee, who lavishes her with even more diamonds and luxury than she already has. But behind Lootchee’s charm and over-the-top romantic gestures is a selfish, high-stakes hustler who lures Beijing into a dangerous web that takes even this seasoned enterpriser by surpise, and breaks her heart in the process.

Once the ball finally drops, it’ll take a ghost from Beijing’s past to rescue her—not only from those who are out to seriously harm her, but from herself.

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We stayed one night at a 4.5 star hotel. Lacking the half-star presumably because of having no swimming pool, and also rooms having a kettle yet no actual directly drinkable water (i know, i know, i'm the fussy foreigner who wants to drink cold water, i know...). Their food was fantastic though, some of the best high-end Chinese food I have eaten in months, good as in "quality ingredients combined and cooked well" rather than "elaborate and expensive-looking" in the way Chinese cuisine sometimes can be when it tries to impress. The hotel was in a small nondescript town in the middle-of-nowhere, but only an hour from Beijing, so presumably well-accustomed to receiving conferences and corporate hospitality trips. --------------------------------- Right, it's past midnight, I'm peckish. Who needs high-end cuisine when you can head out to the corner shop for a can of cold Tsingtao and a bag of instant noodles... Zhuolu, Zhangjiakou, Hebei, Sept 2011, Fuji GA645zi, Portra 400 (pushed to 1600)
The St. Regis Beijing
The St. Regis Beijing
The St. Regis Beijing (Guoji Julebu Fandian) is one of the best hotels in Beijing, even in China. Bush and Clinton chose this hotel when they visited Beijing. Thanks my best friend recommend this hotel for me. The Diplomatic Room is fantastic. I had a great birthday holiday here.

best hotels in beijing
best hotels in beijing
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Hotel at Marques de Riscal, 2007, Elciego, Spain, architect: Gehry Partners
White Temple, 2000, Nantan, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan, architect: Tagashi Yamaguchi
CCTV and TVCC Centres, 2008,Beijing, China, architect: Office for Metropolitan Architecture


Orchid House, 2006, Medellin, Colombia, architect: Plan B Architects with JPRCR Architects
Holman House, 2005, Sydney, Australia, architect: Durbach Block Architects
Casa da Musica, 2005, Porto, Portugal, architect: Office for Metropolitan Architecture

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