Examples from the Web for peking
Yiyi Chen, the Director of the Institute for Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Peking University, is not convinced.
We love cold sesame noodles, and Peking Duck, burritos and fajitas—even fish tacos are now a comfort food.
Imperial Kitchen, a restaurant in Hong Kong, makes my favorite version: smoked Peking duck with camphor wood spices.
Peking duck transports me back to Hong Kong every time I make it, eat it, or smell it.
My first memories of Peking duck are at age 14 when I washed woks at a Peking duck restaurant in my hometown of Hong Kong.
Felt uncomfortable at the idea of being killed; felt troubled at the idea of leaving Peking.
On the 7th of January 1902 the court returned to Peking—a step which marked the restoration, more or less, of normal conditions.
But the Chinese still felt uneasy and in 1705 succeeded in inducing him to undertake a journey to Peking.
Surely Miss Knox must want to see the principal sights of Peking.East of Suez|William Somerset Maugham
The proper official document was applied for at Peking, and in due time obtained.
British Dictionary definitions for peking
Word Origin and History for peking
former transliteration of what is now (in the pinyin system) called Beijing. In the Wade-Giles system it was Peiping; this form Peking pre-dates Wade-Giles and was formed by the old British-run, Hong Kong-based Chinese postal system.
Culture definitions for peking