In a new series of videos, That’s Beijing traces the proposed route of Beijing’s 900...
by Cindy | Aug 13, 2013
At Words Without Borders, Nathalie Handal interviews Jen Lin-Liu, the founder of Black Sesame...
by Mengyu Dong | Oct 21, 2012
Starting from the reinvention of Dashilar, a historical neighborhood in Beijing, innovative architects are racking their brains to balance city development and cultural preservation. From Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore at The Los...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 2, 2011
A boy in a hutong under renovation, by Christopher Cherry
by Sophie Beach | Aug 22, 2010
For Huffington Post, Danwei’s Alice Xin Liu writes about the commercialization of once-arty sections of Beijing: Nanluogu Xiang is located in one of the richest neighborhoods in the city — once in terms of its...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 12, 2009
The New York Times visits the vendors who ply their wares in Beijing’s disappearing hutongs: With more emphasis on song than lyric, they are the marketing jingles of itinerant fruit vendors, sellers of roasted duck and...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 2, 2009
The Dongsi Batiao hutong in Beijing, by zdzarski.junior
by Sophie Beach | Aug 8, 2008
The New York Times watched the Olympics opening ceremony from a home in the hutongs with a architectural preservation activist: “Beijing,” Jacques Rogge, the International Olympic Committee president, would say with his...
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