Beijing City of Emperors

Beijing City of Emperors

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by Brian Lawrenson
     
 

Visit Beijing the seat of 24 Emperors and experience the highlights of Chinese culture, history and foods. Try the night Food markets and experience the full ceremony of Peking Duck. Walk the Great Wall of China and visit the site of the 2008 Olympic Games.  See more details below

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Visit Beijing the seat of 24 Emperors and experience the highlights of Chinese culture, history and foods. Try the night Food markets and experience the full ceremony of Peking Duck. Walk the Great Wall of China and visit the site of the 2008 Olympic Games.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011061639
Publisher:
Brian Lawrenson
Publication date:
06/06/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Brian Lawrenson was born in Yorkshire, brought up in the seaside city of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. After hitch-hiking round UK and Europe in the 1960’s he met and married his New Zealand born wife, Jill, in London and migrated to Australia in 1968. Since then they have travelled to more than 70 countries.


Apart from travels in the Australia, including the Red Centre; they have explored New Zealand; visited the Islands of the Pacific; journeyed through the Middle East, across Central Asia and China; criss-crossed Canada and stayed in the remote Resolute Bay; discovered the beauty of over 20 states of the USA; exploring the Inca trails of South America and cruised round Cape Horn; and visited many of the countries of the Far East including Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.


Brian and Jill live in their favourite city, Sydney.


Brian Lawrenson is a traveller, writer, speaker and the author of Following Marco Polo’s Silk Road and the upcoming book Silk Road Magic.


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Jerard More than 1 year ago
This is essentially a travel diary... only 17 pages! One cannot tell that it is only 17 pages from the ebook info, only the file size (which I can't interpret). I read it in a few minutes, and, although it has some information, a traveler to China would hardly know anything from reading this book. No, I would not recommend buying it, even though it is free. Pay nothing, get nothing in return. The photo of the author says it all: amateur, self-important, cutesy. The first 2 pages are the title page and publishing information, the last page is all about the author. That leaves... hmmm... 14 pages to tell you all about Beijing. DON'T BUY.