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Wanna go travel in China, but find hard to buy train ticket in the railway stations, especially during festivals? Don’t worry. MY Chinese Study will help you learn how to book train ticket online and by telephone. You can book … Continue reading
Wanna go travel in China, but don’t know how to buy train ticket in China? Don’t worry. MY Chinese Study will help you learn how to buy train tickets at ticket agency and by telephone. We will also carry on … Continue reading
Halloween was celebrated in style in Beijing. A big group of partyers in costumes took to the subway network and rode from station to station, stopping every now and then for a dance at the more nice-looking stations. A lot … Continue reading
Chinese railways recently introduced a new card that lets foreigners buy train tickets and check in for their trips without a hassle. The new system is currently in use on the Beijing-Tianjin route. High-speed trains can make the trip in just … Continue reading
One of the more interesting propblems caused by the crowding of Beijing subway is that people appear to be losing shoes and unable to retrieve them back from the middle of the crowd. Fortunately the authorities have aknowledge this pressing … Continue reading
Beijing is a huge city and often the traffic makes it nearly impossible to move around. Pretty much the only reasonable way to get somewhere is the subway. The subway network is the fourth biggest in the world, with a … Continue reading
4 Class Train Tickets Available for the Trains in Beijing China Hard Seat: Hard Seat is cheapest way to go around in China. The hard-ticket car is usually very crowded. Very often you will find many people stand in the … Continue reading