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Published: Mar. 21, 2014

The US first lady Michelle Obama started her seven-day visit in China on March 20, 2014. Her mother and two daughters accompanied her. During the seven days, Mrs. Obama will visit historical and cultural attractions and schools. She will also communicate with Chinese students and talk about education and culture with them. Michelle will spend the first few days in Beijing. The Chinese first lady, Peng Liyuan will accompany her visit to the Forbidden City and a high school. She will also visit the Summer Palace, Mutianyu Great Wall, and Peking University. Then in the rest of days, Michelle will visit the Terracotta Warriors and City Wall in Xian and the Panda Base in Chengdu. Mrs. Obama will fly back to USA on March 26th.

From March 1, 2014, the Chinese official train ticketing website has implemented a new identity verification policy. Passengers have to have their identity checked before purchasing or collecting tickets. Chinese passengers can do the verification online or at railway stations, but foreign visitors have to do it at Chinese railway stations with their original passports or travel documents. The new policy is said to improve the real-name policy and crack down scalpers, however, it brings great trouble to foreign visitors. Foreign passengers may not able to collect their tickets booked online at railway stations because of the inconsistence of their names on their passports and the booking information caused by the "not so smart" booking system. They can only cancel the ticket and book a new one if they are refused to collect their tickets.

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