Tiananmen Gate

Our tour leader took us to Beijing but when we reached there, a Chinese tour guide took us around.

See..our tour guide was explaining to us about the Tainanmen Gate.
He was well-versed in Indonesia language.


We had a group photo taken.



The slogans on Tiananmen

"Long live the People's Republic of China" and

"Long live the unity of the people of the world"

are written in Simplified Chinese from left to right.



Comments

  1. That was where the massacre of so many young Chinese people took place years ago...

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  2. Wah..I can see the foggy and cold atmosphere and I love it..Im making a trip to China this year and hope everything going well..

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  3. hey i read back the last three posts.. story of your life.. so now slowly slowly prosperous.. :) do tell some more..

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  4. I missed Tian An Men, we enjoyed the place so much when my hubby and me had our honeymoon in Beijing!

    Please have a great week ahead!

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  5. yeah, this is (one of) the landmark in Beijing..

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  6. Thanks so much for the awesome pictorial tours you're offering us, Wenn. :)

    B xx

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  7. Nice. Would love to visit here someday.

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  8. It's both grand and horrific - grand in being the largest public square in the world, horrific for being the site of the brutal crackdown on protesters in 1989.

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  9. Ah the "notorious" 64 place. June 04 was the date of the massacre. tQ.

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