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Why Study in Beijing

Beijing thrives today as the national political and cultural center as well as a hub of international exchange activity and an important socialist base. Great changes have taken place since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. The ancient city walls were demolished for facilitating transportation and expansion of city area. According to the official record, the city’s population reached 17.5 million in 2010 while the total municipal area was increased to over 16,800 square kilometers.

The present city is divided into 16 districts, including Dongcheng, Xicheng, Chongwen, Xuanwu, Chaoyang, Haidian, Shijingshan, Fengtai, Shunyi, Changping, Tongzhou, Mentougou, Daxing, Fangshan, Huairou and Pinggu. Visiting the modern Beijing, you will be thoroughly impressed by its dynamic economy, convenient modern transportation system and those magnificent, stylish architectures which boast a name of wonder in modern history.

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Splendid History and Culture


     Beijing is one of China’s seven ancient capitals (Xian, Luoyang, Kaifeng, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Beijing, Anyang), is also the world-famous capital under the well-preserved protection. Noted for the rich heritage of oriental history and culture, Beijing has a record history dated back 3,000 years ago when a primitive tribal community started to take shape here.

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Dynamic Economy with Promising Job Market




As one of the most developed cities and economic hubs, Beijing is advanced in tertiary industry and finance industry. On one hand, Beijing’s tertiary industry occupies 71.3% of its GDP, which makes this city the leading post industrial city in China.

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Classical and Modern Architectures

   Beijing is a city strongly featured by its types of architecture, both of modern building and classical building. As a famous ancient cultural city, Beijing is famous for its ancient architecture including the imperial palace, courtyards and Hutong.

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