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The Beijing Central Business District, or Beijing CBD , is the primary area of finance, media, and business services in Beijing, China. Beijing CBD occupies 3.99 km2 of the Chaoyang District on the east side of the city. Geographically situated to...
Chaoyang Park is Beijing's second largest residential area downtown. The actual park itself from which the area gets its name is the largest open green space in Beijing, constructed in 1984 on what were formerly the grounds of the Prince's Palace.
Dongzhimen is the name of one of the gates in the old Beijing city fortifications, it is now a transportation node in Beijing. The 2nd Ring Road currently links, albeit somewhat indirectly, with two roads which eventually become the Airport Expr...
Lido is a small but popular place to live for expats tucked away in the north-east of Beijing, along the airport expressway and the fourth ring road. The number of foreigners living in the area together with a couple of international hotels, gives...
The Lufthansa Center is a large building complex in Beijing that opened in 1992. It comprises three main parts: YouYi Shopping City, Kempinski Hotel Beijing and an office/apartment complex. The YouYi Shopping City primarily carries top western cl...
The area has been under almost constant regeneration since the late 20th century as part of a city-wide project of economic regrowth. It currently houses many bars and clubs popular with both expatriates and locals as well as international brand-n...
Wangjing is a major residential area and subdistrict of Chaoyang District, in the northeast of Beijing, China. The name "Wangjing" translates into English as "View of Beijing".
Shunyi District has an area of 1,020 square kilometres (390 sq mi) and a population of 636,479 (2000 Census). The district is divided into 5 subdistricts of the city of Shunyi, the Airport subdistrict, and 19 towns. The urban area of Shunyi (2000 ...