2-Meter-Long Crocodile Captured in Guangzhou River

It is unknown whether there are more crocodiles in that part of the river.

by Tristin Zhang, 06 September 2018

Beijing Joins ¥1 Trillion Club in First Half of 2018

The city's GDP has exceeded the one trillion mark, following Shanghai.

by Adam Robbins, 09 August 2018

Beijing Art Galleries Forced to Relocate Ahead of Demolition

Several art galleries in Beijing’s Caochangdi district will have just two weeks to relocate following a demolition order that was placed against their current premises.

by Tom Smith, 26 July 2018

Heavy Rainfall Continues to Wreak Havoc on Beijing Streets

It's raining, it's pouring and it doesn't show signs of stopping anytime soon.

by That's Beijing, 17 July 2018

Beijing Announces Strict Driving Limits for Non-Local Cars

The measure is the local government’s latest attempt to ease the capital’s traffic congestion and air pollution.

by Valerie Osipov, 28 June 2018

Electric Bikes Will Soon Require Licenses in Beijing

A need for speed... and a license.

by Samantha Kennedy, 26 June 2018

Rubble Trouble: Hutong Residents on Beijing’s ‘Beautification Campaign'

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

Off the Market: The Aftermath of Beijing's Wholesale Market Closures

The market closures are part of the government’s attempt to clear Beijing of “big city ills” like pollution and traffic, as well as cap the population at 23 million by 2020.

by Dominique Wong, 22 June 2018

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