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Beijing, capital of People's Republic of China / Peking / PRC government
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abbr. for Beijing / surname Jing / Jing ethnic minority
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capital city of a country / big / algebraic term for a large number (old) / artificial mound (old)
Nanjing subprovincial city on the Changjiang, capital of Jiangsu province 江蘇|江苏 / capital of China at different historical periods
Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, surrounding Seoul and Incheon, capital Suweon City 水原市
capital city and its surrounding area
Peking Gazette (official government bulletin)
Wangjing neighborhood of Beijing
imperial capital
capital of a country
Nanjing subprovincial city on the Changjiang, capital of Jiangsu province 江蘇|江苏 / capital of China at different historical periods
Beijing and Tianjin
Vladimir Putin (1952-), president of Russia
suburbs of Beijing
Beijing opera / CL: 場|场, 齣|出
Bianjing, Northern Song capital, now called Kaifeng 開封|开封, Henan
Nanjing University, NJU
Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU)
Yanjing, an old name for Beijing / capital of Yan at different periods
capital of a country (literary)
Beijing Forestry University
Jingkou district of Zhenjiang city 鎮江市|镇江市, Jiangsu
Jingshan county in Jingmen 荊門|荆门, Hubei
to enter the capital / to go to Beijing
historical name of Shenyang 瀋陽|沈阳 in modern Liaoning province
Beijing and Shanghai
Beijing and Guangdong
the Grand Canal, 1800 km from Beijing to Hangzhou, built starting from 486 BC
Viking
Tokyo Tower
Tokyo Bay / former name of 北部灣|北部湾, Gulf of Tonkin
Beijing Review / also written 北京週報|北京周报
Beijing Review
Beijing flavor / Beijing style
jinghu, a smaller, higher-pitched erhu 二胡 (two-stringed fiddle) used to accompany Chinese opera / also called 京二胡
Kyoto, Japan
capital (of a country)
Beijing opera / CL: 齣|出
capital of a country
Peking ape-man / Homo erectus pekinensis (c. 600,000 BC), discovered in Zhoukoudian 周口店 in 1921
Gin or Jing, ethnic minority of China, descendants of ethnic Vietnamese people living mainly in Guangxi / Kinh, the ethnic majority in Vietnam
Tokyo, capital of Japan / Tonkin (northern Vietnam during the French colonial period)
Haojing (in modern Shaanxi, northwest of Chang'an county), capital of Western Zhou from c. 1050 BC
Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU)
the Nanjing Massacre of 1937-38
Beijing-Harbin railway
(abbr.) stationed in Beijing
Jingdong, Chinese e-commerce company
Beijing Normal University
Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, surrounding Seoul and Incheon, capital Suweon City 水原市
Treaty of Nanjing (1842) that concluded the First Opium War between Qing China and Britain
United States Virgin Islands (USVI)
JingJiu (Beijing-Kowloon) railway
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
Peking University
Beijing / capital of People's Republic of China / one of the four municipalities 直轄市|直辖市
the Treaty of Beijing of 1860 between Qing China and Tsarist Russia
jing'erhu, a two-stringed fiddle intermediate in size and pitch between the jinghu 京胡 and erhu 二胡, used to accompany Chinese opera / also called 京胡
Jingkou district of Zhenjiang city 鎮江市|镇江市, Jiangsu
Beijing-Harbin
Jingshan county in Jingmen 荊門|荆门, Hubei
Pekingese (dog breed)
Jing-Guang (Beijing-Guangzhou) Railway
Kingstown, capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines / (Tw) Kingston, capital of Jamaica
the Grand Canal, 1800 km from Beijing to Hangzhou, built starting from 486 BC
Jing-Jin-Ji (Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province)
Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway, completed in 2010 / abbr. for 京滬高速鐵路|京沪高速铁路
Beijing dialect
Beijing Times (newspaper)
Beijing Suburbs Daily, newspaper in operation 1980-2018
Kyōto prefecture in central Japan
King-to Nin Jiom, or just Nin Jiom, manufacturer of 枇杷膏 cough medicine
Beijing resident / Peking ape-man, Homo erectus pekinensis (c. 600,000 BC), discovered in 1921 at Zhoukoudian 周口店, Beijing
Beijing Nanyuan Airport, military air base and secondary civil airport of Beijing
"Beijing cough", respiratory problems caused by dry and polluted Beijing air, typically experienced by non-acclimated foreigners who would otherwise have no such problems
Beijing National Aquatics Center, swimming venue of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
Beijing National Stadium
Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX)
Workers Stadium
Beijing University of Technology
Beijing Broadcasting Institute, former name of 中國傳媒大學|中国传媒大学
Beijing Institute of Education
Beijing Daily (newspaper), www.bjd.com.cn
Chinese Standard Time
Beijing Evening News
Beijing Morning Post, newspaper published 1998-2018
Nuclear Weapon Institute in Beijing
Beijing Automobile Works (BAW)
Peking Duck
Beijing Materials University
Beijing Institute of Technology
Beijing World Financial Center, skyscraper
China Beijing Equity Exchange (CBEX)
"Beijing slouch", sitting posture said to be adopted esp. by Beijingers, popularized by 葛優|葛优
University of Science and Technology Beijing
Beijing International Studies University (BISU)
Beijing Dance Academy
Beijing Aeronautical and Astronautical Institute (abbr. to 北航院)
Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Beijing Academy of Fine Arts

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