Translation:That person's suitcase arrived at Toronto instead of at Beijing.
I think the name Peking may have come from Cantonese (or a related language), where apparently the name is Bakging. And since the B and G are pronounced like P and K, it would sound closer to "pakking", which comes suspiciously close to "Peking".
But in Beijing they speak a dialect of Mandarin, so it makes sense to use the Mandarin name instead. (which is roughly pronounced "pay-ching" in Mandarin, by the way) After all Mandarin is both the local and the national language.
Wait you use guy to refer to a single female? All of the ladies I know would not be cool with that. Honestly, I have never been in a situation where I heard someone call an individual woman a guy. I literally have had customers that still get upset when I refer to an all female group as guys, but that is just them being ridiculous.