Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China. It is one of the “Four Great Ancient Capitals of China,” along with Nanjing, Luoyang, and Chang’an. In 2008, Beijing hosted the Summer Olympics Games.

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What months are winter in beijing?

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I have never been to Beijing but have researched it with my class. The Winter months are December to February. The coldest month is January and has reached -10C before.

What is the temperature in Beijing in March?

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The weather warms up rapidly from generally freezing to generally cool, but it is windy. On average the temperature reaches 11°C (52°F) during the day, and at night drops to -1°C (30°F). Sandstorms are possible.

Capital of Asia?

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All of the countries of Asia and their capitals (*see bottom for disputed):

Afghanistan (Islamic Republic of Afghanistan) - Kabul

Armenia (Republic of Armenia) - Yerevan

Azerbaijan (Republic of Azerbaijan) - Baku

Bahrain (Kingdom of Bahrain) - Manama

Bangladesh (People's Republic of Bangladesh) - Dhaka

Bhutan (Kingdom of Bhutan) - Thimphu

Brunei (State of Brunei, Abode of Peace) Bandar Seri Begawan

Cambodia (Kingdom of Cambodia) - Phnom Penh

China (People's Republic of China) - Beijing

Cyprus (Republic of Cyprus) - Nicosia

Georgia (Georgian Republic) - Tbilisi

India (Republic of India) - New Delhi

Indonesia (Republic of Indonesia) - Jakarta

Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran) - Tehran

Iraq (Republic of Iraq) - Baghdad

Israel (State of Israel) - Jerusalem

Japan - Tokyo

Jordan (The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan) - Amman

Kazakhstan (Republic of Kazakhstan) - Astana

North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) - Pyongyang

South Korea (Republic of Korea) - Seoul

Kuwait (State of Kuwait) - Kuwait City

Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic) - Bishkek

Laos (Lao People's Democratic Republic) - Vientiane

Lebanon (Lebanese Republic) - Beirut

Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur

Maldives (Republic of Maldives) - Malé

Mongolia - Ulan Bator

Myanmar (Burma, Republic of The Union of Myanmar) - Naypyidaw

Nepal (Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal) - Kathmandu

Oman (Sultanate of Oman) - Muscat

Pakistan (Islamic Republic of Pakistan) - Islamabad

Philippines (Republic of the Philippines) - Manila

Qatar (State of Qatar) - Doha

Russia (Russian Federation) - Moscow

Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) - Riyadh

Singapore (Republic of Singapore) - Singapore

Sri Lanka (Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka) - Sri Jayawardenapura-Kotte

Syria (Syrian Arab Republic) - Damascus

Tajikistan (Republic of Tajikistan) - Dushanbe

Thailand (Kingdom of Thailand) - Bangkok

Timor-Leste (East Timor, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste) - Dili

Turkey (Republic of Turkey) - Ankara

Turkmenistan - Ashgabat

United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi

Uzbekistan (Republic of Uzbekistan) - Tashkent

Vietnam (Socialist Republic of Vietnam) - Hanoi

Yemen (Republic of Yemen) - San'a'

* (partly recognized poltical states)

Abkhazia (Republic of Abkhazia) - Sukhumi

Nagorno-Karabakh - Stepanakert

Northern Cyprus (Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) - Lefkoşa

State of Palestine - Ramallah (claims Jerusalem)

South Ossetia (Republic of South Ossetia) - Tskhinvali

Taiwan (Republic of China) - Taipei

Forbidden city is was used for ...............................?

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the forbidden city is now a museum but was used as the palace of 24 emperors and also as a political and ceremonial centre of Chinese government.

What is a person from Beijing called?

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Where can one find Beijing Tours?

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Beijing is a top tourist place in China. This is also a popular tourist place all over the world. Many travellers come to Beijing for traveling. There are so many travel companies are available to help travellers. I know Beijing Transfer Tours is a very popular travel company in Beijing. You can contact this company for your travelling.

How long on train from Beijing to Xian?

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I am a Chinese. I study in Xian At least 12 hours, generally 14-16hours.

When did China's capital Peking change its name to Beijing?

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To the Chinese, Beijing has always been pronounced Beijing, however the English mistransliteration of "Peking" was dropped in 1958 with the implementation of the Hanyu Pinyin romanization system.

When a British mission visited Beijing in 1793 seeking more liberal trade policies how did emperor qianlong reply?

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He harshly rejected the king's request and refused to allow for increased trade between China and Europe.

What is the distance between London England and Beijing China?

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The distance between London, England and and Beijing, China is 5056.28 miles or 8137.3 kilometres.

What is the old name of Beijing?

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Beijing used to be known as Peking in English cultures during the 1800s and early 1900s. It has also been known by many different names in China throughout its history.

Is Beijing landlocked?

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No. In fact, part of Taipei City is on an island with a river on each side. These rivers flow into the Pacific Ocean a few miles downstream.

What is it like in Beijing?

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In Beijing there is the temple that the emperor lived in, the Great Wall of China to explore, the National Olympic Stadium, the Wild Goose Pagoda and mnay, many things more!

What is Beijing land like?

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What currency is used in Beijing?

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The money used in Beijing is the Chinese RenMinBi, or RMB for short.

Was Beijing conquered by Alexander the Great?

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What happened at tienanmen square in Beijing in 1989?

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Tiananmen Square protests were student-led protests that took place in 1989 in China. The protests started in Beijing and rapidly spread to 400 cities nation wide. The protests were brutally suppressed, with a large number of protesters imprisoned. Foreign journalists were deported and independent coverage of the event was halted. Even wide ranging changes were made in the leadership structures of the ruling communist party. Officials sympathetic of protesters were fired. Even to this day any discussion or remembrance of the event is prohibited.

What is the national dress of China called?

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The Chinese traditional dress is called Qi Pao or Cheongsam, which originated from the Manchu female clothes. Its tailoring style is western, but in traditional Chinese style and one of its purpose is to show the beauty of the body shape of a female.