That's Beijing: Instagram of the Week

By That's Beijing, April 8, 2016

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Every Friday we pick the most popular photo of the week from the @ThatsBeijing Instagram page. If you’re not following along already, then what are you waiting for? Make sure to tag your photos with #ThatsBeijing and maybe you’ll be featured on next week’s column.  

This week we actually had a tie for most liked photo. This first photo (pictured above) was taken in the 798 Art District. We just kind of like all things street art, so we couldn’t help but snap a quick pic of this stencil art. 

The next photo was taken by one of our staffers as she braved the crowds to view the cherry blossoms at Yuyuantan Park last Sunday. In true Instagram fashion, what you do see are all the pretty flowers. What you don’t see are the loads of people taking selfies underneath the tree.  

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But enough about us. We want to see what you’re up to. Just make sure to tag us on your next Instagram post (#ThatsBeijing), and we'll regram our picks on our official page. 

Happy Friday everyone!

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That's Beijing: Instagram of the Week

Here is our most popular Instagram of the week. Use #ThatsBeijing to be featured!

That's Beijing: Instagram of the Week

Here is our most popular Instagram of the week. Use #ThatsBeijing to be featured!

That's Beijing: Instagram of the Week

Here is our most popular Instagram of the week. Use #ThatsBeijing to be featured!

That's Beijing: Instagram of the Week

Here is our pick for Instagram of the week. Use #ThatsBeijing to be featured!

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