Entering Haidian District - Where Tradition Meets Innovation2016-08-25 11:10:05Share:
Haidian is blessed.
Without its precious northwest, Beijing could never be a capital city. An emperor soon grew bored tucked away inside the Forbidden City, and Haidian District was the natural destination for imperial distractions, recreation and enjoyment. The lengthy imperial retinue that journeyed regularly from city center to Summer Palace left its own permanent mark on history.
Today it’s academics and students that populate the busy streets where imperial caravans once promenaded. Haidian has evolved to become the city’s top educational and cultural zone. News and information originating in the Haidian Shangdi High-tech Zone reverberate across the city.
To imbibe magnificent mountain and river scenery, the place to go is most definitely Haidian. The four seasons have four faces here: green grass in spring, blossom in summer, red and golden leaves in autumn and of course the white of winter. There is no better place than Haidian to escape the pressure of the city and discover the joy of nature.
Here one can enjoy the natural scenery, magnificent imperial gardens, top research institutes and universities as well as statues dating back to Emperor Taihe (477-499) of the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-557) amid the ruins of the Old Summer Palace. Talent is drawn to Haidian. It’s a serious error of judgment not to visit if you are in Beijing.
So come to Haidian. You’ll appreciate the natural and manmade wonders.
We’re waiting to guide you.
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