Travel Theme: Big


The Great Hall of the People, where the Chinese legislature meets. It’s the largest legislature in the world with 2,987 appointed members.

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Other interpretations:

Great Hall of the People

In Tian’amen Square, the Great Hall of the People (Renmen Dahuitang) is like the Capital Building. It’s where the legislature convenes. Cadogen Beijing says,

it’s the venue for set piece government meetings, where in a mockery of consultation and democracy, delegates largely rubber-stamp what has been decided for them.