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Beijing Trip 10-16 November 2012 by Asia Pacific Engineering Consortium Sdn. Bhd. (APEC) 10 Nov 2012 - Arrival at Peking Airport 11 Nov 2012 - Temple of Heaven, Tian'an Men Square, Forbidden City 12 Nov 2012 - Great Wall 13 Nov 2012 - Summer Palace, Panda Hall, Prince Gong Mansion, Hu Tong Tour, Traditional Courtyard 14 Nov 2012 - Bird Nest & Water Cube Olympic Stadium 15 Nov 2012 - Nan Dou Ya Mosque, Yasho Market 16 Nov 2012 - Departure Song title : One Trust Perform by : The Last Goodnight
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