Here, a roundup of things we ate and gossiped about this month – for journalism, for research, for you, readers.
by Valerie Osipov, 29 April 2019
by That's Beijing, 26 September 2018
We asked hutong residents and shop owners in Beixinqiao – a neighborhood that was particularly hard hit by citywide construction last year – how their lives have changed.
by Noelle Mateer, Edoardo Donati Fogliazza and Qinxin Lu, 25 June 2018
Construction is entering its final countdown.
by Jonty Dixon, 18 May 2018
In 2018, the capital will tear down an additional 4,000 square kilometers of illegal buildings and close hundreds of non-essential businesses.
by Justine Lopez, 27 February 2018
It's been months since the start of Beijing's citywide 'beautification campaign,' but instead of winding down, construction has ramped up. When will it stop? No one knows.
by Justine Lopez, 25 September 2017
Dongcheng district's hutong brickings continue to wreak havoc on local businesses – even months after construction crews have moved on.
by Vivian Liu, 16 August 2017