|Tina playing the Chinese game “Mahjong” at her brother’s house. This version of Mahjong is played with a table that automates the process. Mahjong is a game of skill, strategy and calculation. Go, Tina, Go!
|Here we have a traditional Chinese dish, Stir fry eel with pork. A little spicy, Tina warns. When something on the Menu is labeled “Sichuan style” – it means spicy.
|Tina goes for good old American fast food at a KFC in Beijing. She noted how the food was mostly the same with some local flair. The price for a bucket of chicken is nearly the same as in the U.S.
|Tina at a KTV (karaoke television) singing “old Chinese songs” she says.
|Street at the center of Beijing, at Chang'an Avenue (Eternal Peace Street) is Beijing’s most famous street, like the Champs-Élysées is to Paris.
|Tina at the pastry shop buying a birthday cake for her dad (who is turning 82 this year). Congrats Dad!
|Just hop on the right bus number Tina says. But will it be that easy for those of us who don't speak Chinese?
|Xinhuamen, the "Gate of New China" which serves as the central headquarters of the Chinese government. It's like the "Chinese White House" Tina says.
|And last but not least, Tiananmen Gate, the gate to the Forbidden City.