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Photo by Katie Hayes

Dog in Houhai Park, Beijing

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Mai Zaihua (left), a worker at a Uighur restaurant in Beijing, welcomes customers to the restaurant,

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Han Zhanhua, 19, moved to Beijing from Qinghai province two years ago looking for work welling kabobs.

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Even though cars outnumber bikes on Beijing roads, bicycles are still used as a necessary mode of transportation for many famili

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Ballroom dancing is a nightly occasion after the sun goes down near Houhai Park in beijing.

China's Crowded Churches Stifle 'Religious Warmth'


The group of eight assembles every Sunday morning, risking arrest.

On a Sunday morning in June, they filed into a tiny, windowless underground apartment in Beijing to attend a Christian church service in the second little room to the left of the front door. Pastor He Xian spent the next two hours leading his small flock in hymns and delivering a sermon as congregants sat attentively on plastic folding chairs about four feet away.

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Without land to grow food, many chinese villagers leave to find work in cities, such as Beijing. This boy's father moved to Beij

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The Beijing Film Academy's student play mixes modern theater with elements of traditional Beijing opera.

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Photo by Katherine Fan

A man in a Chinese warrior costume waits to greet visitors and pose for pictures at Great Wall.

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Photo by Katherine Fan

China’s Great Wall spans over 4,000 miles and more than 2,000 years of history.

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