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Tiananmen Square

A vast plaza in China's capital, known for Mao's mausoleum and the 1989 pro-democracy protests.

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The massive 109-acre Tian’anmen Square comes alive each morning beginning with a short, highly choreographed ceremonial flag raising at dawn. As the national anthem plays, a People’s Liberation Army honor guard raises the national flag over the public square, heralding a new day. 

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Tiananmen Square Guides

  • Best Things to do in China Under $50

    onestep4ward (Johnny Ward)
    China is full of places to visit and things to do, you can do them all if you’ve got an endless cash supply but if you’re on a budget you have to choose carefully. The country is great for those on a budget, checkout this list of the 10 best things to do in China under $50. I think you’ll be surprised how cheap some of these world class attractions are, more than one is free!

Tiananmen Square Articles

  • 35 Essential Things to Do in Beijing

    Beijing is a city of contrasts and a metropolis in constant flux. The Chinese capital’s wide boulevards and modern skyscrapers have been rapidly eclipsing the charming hútòngs (alleyways) and sìhéyuàn (courtyard homes) for decades, but there is still plenty of history and culture in the ‘Jing. From exploring the Forbidden City and riding bicycles through […]