Macau

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Beijing Bros - Tiananmen

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Beijing Bros

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Everyone In China Right Now

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Without Question

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Chinese food is delicious and anyone who disagrees is a liar

Black And White Beijing

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Food Festival in 798

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Despite not taking any pictures of food, there really was a food festival. Everything outside just seemed better to take pictures of.

Friend’s Birthday on Great Wall

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Dinner Dinner

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Taobao Find Of the Day

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Cartoons of Beijing

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Found these on WeChat and thought they were super well done.

Chinese Food

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Bei Bei Beijing

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Less than a month until my brother arrives, along with millions of Chinese people all coming to marvel at the capital and take part in the 70th anniversary of the founding of the CPC. Oh joy…

Roast Lamb

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Madame Tussaud’s - Beijing

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Unsurprisingly, there were a ton of famous Chinese figures that I didn’t recognize. There was also a wax figure of Madame Tussaud which I thought was weird but hey, if I started the wax figure craze, I’d probably make one of myself too.

Hu Da Restaurant

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Glass Bridge outside of Beijing

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Cool Shirt

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Where do people even get shirts like this?

The Tales of Hoffmann (Les contes d'Hoffmann)

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The Tales of Hoffmann (Les contes d'Hoffmann) is an opéra fantastique by Jacques Offenbach. The French libretto was written by Jules Barbier, based on three short stories by E. T. A. Hoffmann, who is the protagonist of the story.

I’m pretty sure this was my first opera and probably my last. I was really confused the entire time and had a hard time understanding the translated subtitles. I was impressed that the actors/singers were able to memorize 3.5 hours of dialogue/songs and the set design was incredible. However, pretty sure opera isn’t my thing.

However, I was pretty excited to go inside the National Centre for the Performing Arts, which is super cool looking building surrounded by water.

Broken Bikes

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