East Is Red: The Beijing Chapter

I had the opportunity earlier this year to go to the China for a month. During this time I visited friends in Beijing, Shanghai and traveled through the countryside in the southern Guangzi province. It’ll take me a while to cull and edit 4000+ photos from the month-long adventure but here are some of my favourites from 中国’s capital city so far…

To see more from my trip, feel free to check out my Facebook Page in the coming weeks.

The Forbidden Palace, Autumn, 2011:

All manners of politically sensitive or otherwise souvenirs are available for purchase at Tianamen Square:

Hutongs (simplified Chinese: 胡同; traditional Chinese: 衚衕; pinyin: hútòng) are a type of narrow streets or alleys, most commonly associated with Beijing, China. In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences.[1] Many neighbourhoods were formed by joining one siheyuan to another to form a hutong, and then joining one hutong to another. The word hutong is also used to refer to such neighbourhoods:

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One Response to East Is Red: The Beijing Chapter

  1. Great photos! I love China.

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