Tiananmen Square & Forbidden City

Today we ventured to Tiananmen square, the largest square in the world. We were approached by many Chinese people to take photos with them! We then went to the Forbidden City. We explored the different corridors and admired the amazing architecture. The city consisted of 9999 1/2 rooms so we could only explore a quarter of it in one sitting! We also ventured to the Jing Shan park which is on top of a giant mountain. It was a lot of work to climb but it was very worth it as the park provided a view of all of Beijing! We then had a traditional dim sum lunch before shopping at a modern Chinese shopping center/mall, very similar to Times Square in New York. 

Jingshan Park Inside Jingshan Park!
Forbidden City Inside the Forbidden City!

Pearl Market & Kung Fu Show

After shopping there we went to the Pearl Market to shop for some other goods. One thing about the pearl market is that there are many vendors and there is not a set price for items so you will have to haggle with them. It was excellent practice for Chinese students! After another delicious traditional Chinese dinner we ended our night with a Kung Fu at the Red Theatre. It was amazing to see all of the stunts that the performers did!

Dim Sum Dinner Dim Sum Feast!
Kung Fu Kung Fu Show

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