Chinese Bookstore in Beijing

Updated on August 8, 2019 in Masterpiece

Chinese kids Bookstore in Beijing

With the China’s one child policy, children in China are known as little prince and princess, and with the growing middle class hungry for western luxuries and comforts, kids in Beijings are pampered with toys and care.

The image above is one of the bookstore found in Beijing, it is a delightful fairytale world full of color and fantasy – complete with massive story telling screens and play areas. Children these days are lucky. I like the concept, nice, simple yet meaningful.

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p.s. Do you know that the least used chinese word in China is – “Brother” and “Sister”, because they don’t have brothers and sisters. Only “Me”.

The author is not a CAD expert nor a web genius. Just another guy spending too much time online. The tutorials featured here are meant for basic level understanding.


  1. On the train from Nanning to Guilin in August, I saw one episode of the CCTV documentary, “Rediscovering the Yangtze River”. The show was filmed in digital 1080i and was magnificent. As soon as I returned to the US, I emailed CCTV to inquire if the series was available for sale. I was interested in a boxed set of all 33 episodes. My email was never answered.

    Does anyone know if the documentary is available for sale?

    Any ideas would be appreciated.

    Your website looks very interesting!

    Daniel Fogerty, Architect

  2. Actually, “brother” and “sister” are used very often: it is a general term used on any child who’s older or younger than another child. For example, if my mom’s co-worker had a daughter who’s older than me, I would call her “elder sister,” for polite reasons.

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