A fairly recent addition to Beijing's museums, the Wax Museum offers a chance to see all of your favorite Chinese ... More
Beijing Wax Museum
A fairly recent addition to Beijing's museums, the Wax Museum offers a chance to see all of your favorite Chinese historical, political and cultural figures carefully prepared from large slabs of wax. While it is not London's Madam Tussaud's, it is interesting enough for a visit and maybe a slight giggle. If you don't find the museum to your liking, you can always take a walk through popular Di Tan Park and take part in the lifestyles of "real" Chinese.
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