Chinese Open Homes To Olympic Tourists Beijing has built a lot of fancy new hotels to accommodate throngs of visitors expected for the summer Olympic Games. But culturally curious visitors also have the option of staying with a local family. Hundreds of Beijing households will open their doors to foreign visitors for a modest fee.
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Chinese Open Homes To Olympic Tourists

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Chinese Open Homes To Olympic Tourists

Chinese Open Homes To Olympic Tourists

Chinese Open Homes To Olympic Tourists

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Beijing has built a lot of fancy new hotels to accommodate throngs of visitors expected for the summer Olympic Games. But culturally curious visitors also have the option of staying with a local family. Hundreds of Beijing households will open their doors to over a thousand foreign visitors for a modest fee to stay in courtyard and apartment residences.