The Capital of China - Beijing

What is the capital of China? Which city is the political center of China? The answer is Beijing. Beijing, also called Peking, is the capital of China, the political center of China, the cultural center of China, as well as the key transportation hub of the world. Founded during 700 B.C., it served as Kublai Khan's capital (13th century) and the capital of China (1421-1911; 1949-now).
 
Beijing is the political center of China where the Party's Central Committee, the State Council, ministries and commissions under the government, and more than 140 foreign embassies are located. It is also an international exchange center.
Beijing
Beijing City View
 
Beijing is an economic center of China. The rapid development in many facets such as economy, finance, high-tech technology, science, etc. makes Beijing become a metropolis in China and a key destination in the world. Beijing is amongst the most developed cities in China with tertiary industry accounting for 73.2% of its GDP; it was the first post industrial city in mainland China. Finance is one of the most important industries of Beijing.
Great Wall of China
Badaling Great Wall in Beijing
 
Beijing is one of the top destinations of China. Beijing or Peking boasts many historical relics which can help people to know about the ancient China imperial system. The following five attractions are the must-see scenic spots in the Beijing tour
 

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