Burger

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You probably wouldn’t expect it, but Beijing has some solid burger joints. This is Great Leap Brewery

Noodles Noodles Noodles

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I’ve always been an advocate for noodles over rice, and each time I eat these, I reaffirm my decision. These are called “You Po Mian” and are a broad, belt-shaped type of noodle, popular in Shaanxi Province, also known as biángbiáng miàn. It has vinegar, soy sauce, spices, garlic, bok choy and sprouts. It’s a super simple dish, but there’s something about chewy, handmade noodles that really brings it together. 

May the Fourth Be With You

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Bird’s Nest - Beijing, China

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Fixies In Beijing

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Sichuan Food

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This is a Sichuan ‘dry’ type of hot pot called "Malaxiangguo" where all the ingredients are cooked together and served in a big bowl. 

The Pants Building

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8th Annual Back Alley Chili Cook-Off

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Out and About in Beijing

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Back to work in Beijing

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Tsingtao Beer Museum - Qingdao, China

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Qingdao is a major city in the east of Shandong Province on China's Yellow Sea coast. As of 2014, Qingdao had a population of 9,046,200.

Tsingtao Beer was introduced to the United States in 1972, and soon became the top-selling Chinese beer in the U.S. market. It was founded in 1903 by German settlers in Qingdao. Its logo displays an image of Zhan Qiao, a pier on Qingdao's southern shore. Tsingtao Brewery is the second largest brewery in China.

Beijing’s Blue Skies

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Archery Tag

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Afternoon Snooze In Beijing

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Spring in Beijing

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Korean Hotpot

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Jin Ding Xuan - Restaurant in Beijing, China

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This is one of my favorite dim sum places in Beijing

Beijing is getting warmer

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Ditan Park - Beijing, China

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I don’t know what’s more disgusting, the thought of cheese lobster flavor, or the creepy picture of nacho cheese being poured all over a lobster

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It’s not just thick, it’s ESPECIALLY THICK!!! You’d think that million dollar companies would spend a little more money on the marketing team and hire someone who actually speaks English to correct the translations.