FLIGHT FROM HONG KONG TO BEIJING - FLIGHT FROM HONG
Flight from hong kong to beijing - Bereavement flights northwest.
Flight From Hong Kong To Beijing
Pequín (??, Beijing) Xina
Placa Tiananmen (???), Centre de la ciutat i simbol politic. S'hi troba la tomba de Mao ZeDong, el Museu Nacional. Per la Ciutat Prohibida, Pequin (en xines ??, en pinyin Beijing que vol dir la capital del nord). La ciutat de Beijing es la capital de la Republica Popular de Xina, i el centre cultural del pais. Es tracta de la primera ciutat en tenir categoria provincial, actualment n'hi ha tres mes.Esta situada al nord-est de l'estat, a l'esquena te la serralada YanShan (??) i a l'est de la serralada TaiHangShan (???). La historia de la ciutat te un 3400 anys proximadament i tambe va ser la capital de Xina durant les dinasties Yuan (??)?Ming (??) i Qing (??) ----- The Chinese name of the gate, Tian'anmen ???, is made up of the Chinese characters for "heaven," "peace" and "gate" respectively, which why the name is conventionally translated as "The Gate of Heavenly Peace". However, this translation is somewhat misleading, since the Chinese name is derived from the much longer phrase "receiving the mandate from heaven, and stabilizing the dynasty." (????,????). The Manchu name of the gate, Abkai elhe obure duka, lies closer to the original meaning of the gate and can be literally translated as the "Gate of Heavenly eacemaking." The gate has a counterpart in the northern end of the imperial city, Di'anmen ??? (Manchu: Na i elhe obure duka), which may be roughly translated as the "Gate of Earthly Peacemaking".A distant view of the Tian'anmen
Like other official buildings of the empire, the gate has unique imperial roof decorations. It has the highest number of figures on the roof ridges - ten in each set. In front of the gate are two lions standing in front of the gate and two more guarding the bridges. In Chinese culture, lions are believed to protect humans from evil spirits.Two stone columns, called huabiao (??) - each with an animal (hou) on top of it - also stand in front of the gate. Originally, these installations were designed for commoners to address their grievances by writing or sticking up petitions on the columns. However, the examples in front of the Imperial City were purely decorative and instead connoted the majesty of the imperial government.Because of the gate's position at the front of the Imperial City, and historical events that have taken place on Tian'anmen Square, the gate has great political significance. In the 20th Century this means the gate has frequently been decorated with portraits of objects of veneration. In the early years of the People's Republic, on special occasions the gate was hung with portraits of Sun Yat-sen, Mao Zedong, Marx, Engels, Lenin, and Stalin, with pride of place reserved for Sun Yat-sen. Since the death of Mao in 1976, the central gate has had a portrait of Mao Zedong towering over it, while the western and eastern walls have had giant placards; the left one reads "Long Live the People's Republic of China" (?????????), while the right one reads "Long live the Great Unity of the World's Peoples" (?????????). The right placard used to read "Long Live the Central People's Government" (????????), and both placards are written in simplified Chinese instead of traditional Chinese characters. The phrasing has significant symbolic meaning, as the phrase used for long live, like the palace itself, was traditionally reserved for Emperors of China, but is now available to the common people.
The reviewing stands in the foreground are used on International Workers Day (May Day) and on the National Day (October 1) of the People's Republic of China.
In front of the stands is the palace moat, still filled with water but now containing decorative illuminated fountains.
In ancient times, the Tian'anmen is the third gate encountered when entering Beijing. After the Qianmen, the Gate of China, stands the Tian'anmen. Proceeding further inward, the next gate is the 'Upright Gate' (Simplified Chinese: ??; Traditional Chinese: ??; Pinyin: Duanmen), identical in design to the Tian'anmen; behind it is the southern entrance of the Forbidden City itself, known as the Meridian Gate.The Tian'anmen is featured on the emblem of the People's Republic of China.By The Forbidden City was constructed soon after that (1406-1420), followed by the Temple of Heaven (1420), and numerous other construction projects. Beijing ( ??; Beijing), a metropolis in northern China, is the capital of the People's Republic of China (PRC). It was formerly known in English as Peking. Beijing is also one of the four municipalities of the PRC, which are equivalent to provinces in China's administrative structure. Beijing Municipality borders Hebei Province to the north, west, south, and for a small section in the east, and Tianjin Municipality to the southeast. Beijing is China's second largest city in terms of population, after Shanghai. It is a major transportation hub, with dozens of rail
2009: My Year in Travel
In 2009 I travelled to Murcia, Spain, Newquay, Cornwall, Beijing, China and Hong Kong, China. I travelled on 11 flights,in one camper van and covered around 25,000 miles.
1. View from the window of Ryanair flight to Murcia, Spain.
2. Beach Campoamor, Murcia, Spain.
3. Unofficial ticket inspector at the Mutianyu entrance to the Great Wall of China near Beijing.
4. Wingtip of Ryanair Boeing 737 en-route to Murcia, Spain.
5. My vision of climate change onboard bmi Airbus A319 to London Heathrow.
6. Beijing Capital Airport. A woman and child gaze at the jet that will take them to North America where they will be united with their family.
7. Giant Buddha on Lantau Island near Hong Kong stands at 34 meters and symbolises the harmonious relationship between man and nature, people and religion. It is a major centre of Buddhism in Hong Kong, and is also a popular tourist attraction.
8. Eden Project, Cornwall. A conservation tourist attraction.
9. People gather at Hong Kong's Victoria Peak to watch the sun set below the mountains.
10. British Airways Club Class Lunch (Beijing to London Heathrow).
11. Perranporth Beach, Newquay, Cornwall.
12. Flight departures screen at BA's new Terminal Five, London Heathrow.
13. Rooftop bar at the Mandarin Oriental Excelsior Hotel, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
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