Simatai Great Wall. There is a famous quote attributed to Chairman Mao, "不去长城 非好汉" (He who has not been to the Great Wall is not a true man). In other words, if you climb the Great Wall, you are a hero.
Communist Pigs, Beijing
The Chinese phrase on the button, "没人牵手 我就揣兜", roughly translates to: "If no one holds my hands, I have to hide them in my pocket." In the context of romance, when you're single, you need to be independent and self-reliant.
The Lingering Lantern, Suzhou
The Lingering Garden is a famous, classical Chinese garden and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Located right across the street from Tiananmen Square, this National Symbol is frequently used in China.
The Canal of Reflections, Suzhou
Serene reflections in Mudu Water Town (木渎/木瀆). There are covered gondolas where the gondoliers sing as they transport you down the canals as well as plenty of picturesque settings.
Dragon's End, Beijing
Chinese glazed tiles are used pretty extensively in the palaces and ceremonial temples on the roofs of the buildings and also to top the walls throughout the grounds. The ends of these eaves edge tubular tiles are usually decorated with a dragon (in China), like this one here from the Temple of Heaven.
The Great Wall of China at Mutianyu, Beijing
This section of the wall was first built in the mid-6th century during the Northern Qi dynasty. The current wall was rebuilt in 1569 and has the largest construction scale and best quality among all sections of The Great Wall.
Beijing National Stadium, Beijing
Probably better known by it's nickname, the Bird's Nest is a stunning modern architectural design constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympics held in Beijing.