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About Beijing
Beijing, Jing for short, is the nation's political, economic, cultural and educational center as well as China's most important center for international trade and communications.
Area: 16,800 sq km (6552 sq mi)

Population:12 million 

Location: Situated in northeast China, Beijing adjoins the Inner Mongolian Highland to the northwest and the Great Northern Plain to the south.
Climate:Beijing's climate is defined as "continental monsoon." The four seasons are distinctly recognizable. Spring and autumn is the best time to be in Beijing, particularly in the months of April, May, September and October. Autumn is considered to be the best time to visit Beijing as the skies are clear and the weather is very comfortable. The four seasons are very clear in Beijing with a temperate spring, rainy summer, clear autumn, and a cold, snowy winter. The average temperature throughout the year is 11.80. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of -4.60 and the hottest month is July at an average temperature of 26.10. Unfortunately, spring and autumn are shorter than summer and winter. Although winter is technically longer, that should not keep you from travelling to Beijing as indoor heating is widely available. Nevertheless, as the indoor/outdoor temperature difference is rather large, travelers should be prepared with warm clothing and a thick coat is recommended for the colder months of the year. In winter, off-season discounts are to be had as well.
Scenery spot
Great Bell Temple ( Dazhongsi )
Like the Chinese knots the bell is considered as an auspicious article in the Chinese tradition. On the grand ceremonies, people usually ring the bells 108 times to begin the celebration. It is said that there are 12 months, 24 solar terms and 72 hou (5 days a hou) on the Chinese lunar calendar, 108 in all and according to Buddhism, people have 108 worries which will be removed by the bell. The bell-ringing on the eve of the Chinese Spring Festival would captivate many people as its echo carries around the vicinity, whether you were close by or just heard it via the TV broadcast. Here, in the Great Bell Temple (Dazhong Si), you could take a very close look at the grandness of this very significant great bell.The Great Bell Temple, located in the Haidian District of Beijing, was built in the year 1733 of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and initially bestowed with the name 'Juesheng Si'. 10 years later during the reign of another emperor, a great bell was moved into the temple, hence the name. Since then, it was often chosen by the emperors to pray for rain and blessings for the people
Yonghe Lamasery (Harmony and Peace Palace Lamasery)    
At the northeast corner of Beijing City the traveler will find an elegant and ancient temple known as the Yonghe Lamasery, which is the largest and most perfectly preserved lamasery in present day China.Built initially in 1694 during the Qing Dynasty, this building was the residence of Emperor Yongzheng when he was just a prince. However, in 1744 the Qing Dynasty formally changed the status of the dwelling to that of a lamasery, and so Yonghe Lamasery became the national centre of Lama administration.
Local food
Beijing Snack

Fancy Beijing snack is a must in tasting the authentic Beijing flavor. These dishes emanate from many different cuisines, but the Chinese Muslim influence is the most apparent. There are probably 200 varieties of snacks in Beijing. Most of the snacks can be found throughout the city. Dongdan, Xisi, Wangfujing, Qianmen, Dazhanlan and Menkuang Hutong gathered most Beijing famous snacks in the past. Due to the reconstruction conducted around Qianmen area, many time-honored brands have been moved to other places. Here, let us begin a snack tour to seek most delicious snacks of Beijing.
How to get to China University of Petroleum
From airport to China University of Petroleum

1.From the airport, take the bus 359(Dongzhimen - Capital Airport), transfer the Dongzhimen 815 (No.1, Erlizhuang - Yangzha), in the south of No.1, Erlizhuang transfer 630 (Lai Guangying - south gate of Beijing Botanical Garden ), Arrived in Beijing Science and Technology University North Gate. About 38.12 km
2.From the airport, take the 359 Road (Dongzhimen - Capital Airport), Zuo Jiazhuang transfer 379 Road (the new sterile area - Zuojia Zhuang), the Chinese Academy of Sciences by the geographical transfer 484 Road (suburban railway Beiyuan Station - Beiyisanyuan), arrived in Beijing Science and Technology University North Gate. About 40.48 km

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