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Wantong Market is the latest victim of a urban renewal project that has shuttered nearly hundreds of small commodity and wholesale market.
After years of restricting train speeds, China's high-speed railway may once again be offering passengers quick travel times by introducing a new
Beijing was irrevokably changed this past spring when a city-wide "urban revitalization" project bricked-up the storefronts to lots of our
A show of resistance has interrupted the systematic closing of the city's small commodity markets as brawls broke out at a protest in front of Bei
As unlikely as it may be, the phrase "penthouse suite" may soon become common in Beijing neighborhoods.
Get ready to feast your eyes on Beijing's seedy side.
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The downpour finally arrived in Beijing this morning as promised, but failed to live up to...
Yesterday's report about "the biggest s
A Beijing resident hoping to warn the public about a rash of dog poisonings has instead sparke
Municipal authorities are warning residents to be wary of flooding as a severe convection...
On May 30, the 54-year-old He Gang was one of six people who passed away during an engineering accident on a construction site for the Shijiazhaun
Months of open speculation are finally at an end: Tianyi Market will permanently
It was supposed to be a lighthearted event for a good cause, but the annual Red