Wangfujing Night Market (王府井夜市) Posted by sasha on Sep 30, 2010 in Culture, Uncategorized
Located just east of Tian’an Men Square, Wang Fu Jing is a hot-spot for fun, shopping, and of course, eating in Beijing. Huge shopping malls and small souvenir stands line the streets, selling everything you could imagine (and then some). After 5 p.m., the night market comes to life. Here, you can enjoy tons of delicious, traditional Chinese snacks. For the more adventurous eater, there are also plenty of “unique” dining options…
Wáng fǔ jǐng dà jiē shì běi jīng zhù míng de dì fāng
Wang Fu Jing Road is a famous place in Beijing.
Máo zé dōng
mǎi jì niàn pǐn
Mao (as in Mao Ze Dong)
wáng fǔ jǐng yè shì
Wang Fu Jing Night Market
Zhōng guó de zhǔshí
China’s staple foods
Ròu jiā mó
Bō luó fàn
Bīng táng hú lu
candied fruit kebabs
Chú le zhǔ shí yǐ wài, nǐ yě kě yǐ chī hěn duō qí guài de dōng xi
In addition to staple foods, you can also eat many strange things.
Bù yào hài pà
Don’t be afraid!
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