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The best views of the city can be taken in from atop the Tianjin Eye, a 394-foot Ferris wheel that sits above the Yongle Bridge.
Dou Si Niu Za Mian, a restaurant on Yixian Avenue, is famous for its noodle dishes, drawing midday crowds.
People outside Drum Tower play a game in which they try to throw rings around prizes like stuffed animals and trinkets.
A street vendor prepares er duo yan zha gao, a fried rice cake and a local breakfast staple.
Tianjin’s train station, which offers 30-minute express trains to and from Beijing.
Dawn breaks over the Great Wall in Huangyaguan, north of Tianjin.
Jinwan Plaza, an entertainment complex, sits pretty on the edge of the Hai River.
Locals engage in a game of Chinese chess.
The historical heart of China’s Port of the Emperor.