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Shikumen complexes are part of the city’s historic architecture that is disappearing because of rapid development. Walk through one of these multifamily, low-slung dwellings.

By: Sarah Li, Maureen Towey, and Joshua Thomas

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George Thompson says:

Looks like destruction of old neigbordhoods is happening all over China. I knew someone from Beijing who lived abroad for 2 years and couldn't recognize his own town when he got back home.

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