Thanks for all your contributions and edits to the guide! I undid the addition of the "accommodation" section to pages as we already have a similar "sleep" section. Best , IBcaldera (talk) 14:56, 8 January 2015 (EST)
Hello Lawe! Welcome to Wikitravel. Please note that I reverted your edits on Beijing and deleted the pages you created. There is no need to create pages for the "Get around" section nor for "Embassies", while the airport could be an exception as described here. Please take your tiem and read carefully our policies and guidelines linked below.
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I have read carefully the policies, and the article does not confirm to the policy. According to the policy there is a need to create pages for getting around and Embassies, because the current page is "so large and complex that the information about them would overload the city article" to quote the policy. Embassies in Beijing are distinct districts and China has different policies about access to them. I cannot any find a specific policy about national embassies, so if you could point to one it may be helpful. But please keep in mind that China is fundamentally not Europe or America. On the matter of getting around, there is a New York City/Get around article on getting around. That is not ideal, so these will be converted into necessary Travel Topics, so that the traveler needs are appropriately met. If you have any questions put them down on the discussion page. I will copy your objections to that page. Lawe (talk) 00:42, 10 February 2015 (EST)