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Welcome to my apartment. it is close to subway line 6. it is easy to get most sightseeing spots with line 6. such as Tiananmen Square. the forbidden city . the Behai park and the summer palace. it is clean and comfortable as your home in my apartment. there are some super market . shops and Chinese restaurants.
For centuries, the city's hulking official buildings served as reminders of the awesome power of the imperial state. That didn't change much when the Communist government took over in 1949. Then, with the reform and opening of China, which began some three decades ago, the new elite — corporate chieftains and their bureaucratic allies — began erecting capitalist monoliths to showcase their new found wealth and influence. There's a lot of architectural swagger in Beijing, but between and behind it there's also a lot for the tourist to enjoy.