Chinese cities have become increasingly popular destinations for the expatriate and foreign visitors alike.
Here are five reasons why the dust of Beijing is best suited for visiting the country’s most famous slums.
The People’s Liberation Army city of Chongqing, home to the Chongqings most famous and controversial slum Tenement Museum, is the most visited of the five cities.
Located in an area called Dacheng, it’s home to some of the world’s most notorious slums, including the notorious Miao Tseung Slum.
The Miao tseung, which has a population of over 40,000, is famous for its notorious crime, prostitution and drugs.
This is the site of the infamous Miao Taijie Massacre in 1959.
The capital city of Beijing also offers a rich history of Chinese history and culture.
Built in the late 19th century, the capital was originally a port and is the oldest continuously functioning city in the world.
With the collapse of the Qing Dynasty in 1911, the city was left to decay and became a ghost town.
During the Cultural Revolution, the Communist Party took control of the city and made it into a state-run city in 1994.
With a population now less than half the original population, the slums are still a hot spot for tourists and residents alike.
In fact, there are more than 50,000 slums in China.
There are also over 2,000 abandoned buildings that were built between the 1950s and 1980s.
These slums have long been a source of frustration for the local residents.
Although the slum has become a destination for tourists, it has also become a magnet for the international community as it’s the main tourist destination for China.
The Chinese capital is home to a number of iconic landmarks, including iconic buildings like the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Great Hall of the People.
A famous restaurant in the capital, the Palace of Fine Arts, is known as one of the best places in the whole of China to experience Chinese culture and architecture.
A recent study by the Chinese Institute of Contemporary Art in Beijing has found that Chinese tourists spend over $100 million dollars a year in their country.
While the capital has some of its poorest people living in the slummier parts of the country, the rich are often willing to pay for their trips to the capital.
The city of Chengdu has long been home to one of China’s most popular tourist attractions, the International Market, where you can enjoy shopping and eating at its iconic Chinese Market.
Other tourist attractions in the city include the Tiananmen Square and the World Trade Center, which are located on the edge of the historic Chinese city of Tiananman Square.
Chengdu also has a number on its rich and varied history.
The first Chinese colony, the town of Wuhan, was founded in 1626 by the Qing dynasty.
It was the site for the founding of the Chinese city and later became a major port of entry for Chinese shipping.
The second Chinese city, Nanjing, was established in 1884 as a commercial hub and later developed into a financial hub for the rest of China.
It is now the world-renowned capital of China, home of the National People’s Congress, and home to more than 30 million people.
The third city is in the south of the province of Guangdong, which is located on an island in the Pacific Ocean.
It’s a popular place to visit, with visitors able to explore and visit its beaches, resorts, museums, and ancient temples.
Guangzhou, located in the far northeast of China and home of some of Chinas most famous tourist attractions such as the World Exhibitions Center, the Shanghai Exposition Center, and the International Exhibition Center, is home of one of its most popular attractions, Shenzhen’s Grand Circus.
The Shenzhen Grand Circus, which opened in 2007, has been described as one the best modern circuses in the globe, with over 300,000 visitors a year and is renowned for its spectacular performances and special shows.
It attracts a wide range of tourists, ranging from backpackers to expats and expatriates.
The last of the six cities to be featured on this list is Beijing.
This city has been considered the world capital of modern China for more than a century, and is now home to China’s richest people.
Beijing has an international reputation for being one of Asia’s most successful cities, boasting of a rich cultural scene and world-class shopping malls.
It also has one of South East Asias largest and most cosmopolitan cities, the Old City, which offers many popular sights, including Tiananmens Palace and the Forbidden Island.