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The melting pot of Chinese cuisine

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Uncovering Beijing’s culinary delights in restaurants, markets, schools and tours.
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Touring the cities of Olympics past

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What happens to Olympic Villages, venues and stadiums after the Games are over?
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Sampling Beijing’s imperial duck

When the Qing dynasty fell in 1911, former palace chefs set up restaurants around Beijing and brought the dish to the public.
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Exploring Beijing's hutongs

Narrow lanes and alleys, called hutongs, contain much of Beijing's vibrant street life. Hutongs thread through the backstreets and form open areas for neighbourhoods.


Drifting down the Sekonyer

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Camp Leakey, one of the last remaining refuges for wild orangutans, brings travellers face to face with the auburn-coloured primates, gibbons, macaques and silver leaf monkeys.
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Rocking out in Beijing

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Beijing has emerged as the centre of the country’s alternative rock scene and there is normally a concert going on somewhere on any given night.
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