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How To Take Photos In Beijing, China

October 10th, 2007 by

This is something you’ll see next year on your way to the Beijing Olympics 2008. Make sure you blend in with the crowd while taking photos. Crouch down, butt out, and its all over bend over.

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4 Responses to “How To Take Photos In Beijing, China”

  1. Elaine Says:

    Great find! Are these recent ones? :D

  2. Jinghong_Hotel Says:

    this thing always happened in China, chinese people like to make a pos,when they taking a photos

  3. melankoli Says:

    Funny, i’ve witnessed something like that in HK Disneyland and Window of the World (Shenzhen). I wonder if they yield better shots… hmm… maybe i should try it sometime. hehe

  4. Sparkle Like A Star At The Hong Kong Avenue Of The Stars | AsiaHotels Blog Says:

    […] you will see a series of movie-related sculptures that are displayed which would be perfect for picture taking. There are also a number of kiosks that offer a wide range of souvenirs for sale like paper […]

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