Beijing's hutongs are a glimpse - fast disappearing - of what the city used to look like before the skyscrapers started munching the skyline. A hutong is a narrow alleyway formed by joining together courtyard residences. When you hear people speak ... 

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Twin Chinese Rickshaws

May 2011

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Twin Chinese Rickshaws

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September 2012

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Such a beautiful lakeside view

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September 2012

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Where families, friends, couples, and singles spend their nights in Beijing

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September 2012

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So many bars in one place!

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September 2012

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Nighttime scene is always so lovely

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September 2012

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People watching

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September 2012

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By the lakeside, where people just spend a relaxing night

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September 2012

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Old meets new. Ancient streets meets modern boutiques/stores

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September 2012

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Jewelry store!

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September 2012

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Walking through one of the hutongs lines with shops

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September 2012

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Nothing better than just hanging out on a cool night in Beijing

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September 2012

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Imperial city park?

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September 2012

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People chilling out outside a food shop

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September 2012

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Yes, those INDEED, are starfishes.

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September 2012

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So many exotic skewered snacks to choose from!

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