The Lama Temple and Confucius Temple (including the Gouzijian School) are next to each other in central Beijing. Near there you can access some of Hutongs, including some that we visited that aren't too touristy. You can get off at the Yonghegong stop on either Line 2 or Line 5.
Often outside of the temple you will see many Laman Monks wearing traditional headwear.
It seems to be a more popular Buddhist tradition than vegetarianism:
Prayer wheels can also be seen:
And some real monks!
They have 198 stone tablets with over 50,000 students who passed exams, plus stone tablets of the 13 Confucian Classics:
I am the Walrus:
Bianzhong, used for Confucian soft jams by the students at the academy:
Follow me and I will love you forever!