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Beijing, China: Forbidden City and The Great Wall of China

I landed in Beijing smoothly at 4.30am, where I rushed through the crowd to be one of the first through passport control. I was a little worried with how strict they can be. 1,940 more words

Travel

To Be Free: Riding Harley's In Beijing, China

To Be Free: Harleys In Beijing

by Bill Politis

In July 2014, I had the opportunity to go to Beijing, China for free. A wealthy Boston University alumni was sending a group of kids from BU to Beijing to create short documentaries about Chinese culture. 352 more words

Motorcycle 101

China (or: Beijing and Shanghai)

China is distinctive on a number of levels. It’s a major global power, it’s a communist country, and it is (arguably) the oldest living civilization in the world. 1,139 more words

China

China’s Big Cities Target Slower Growth in 2017

Economic growth in some of China’s largest cities is expected to have slowed in 2016 and will continue to decelerate in 2017, according to official estimates issued on Sunday. 29 more words

International News

Training Diary (09/01/17 – 16/01/17) 2 weeks to go until the Gran Canaria Marathon

Before my previous marathon, I really struggled with the tapering stage. It was partly because I took a school trip away with two weeks to go, which meant I didn’t eat well and didn’t get to run as much as I should have. 499 more words

Running

[China] Beijing to Implement $2.6 Billion USD to Combat Air Pollution

16th, January 2017

Beijing is in the top polluted cities of the world.

Beijing is putting $2.6 Billion USD to fight the air pollution issue. 47 more words

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