Beijing, China – The market in Beijing’s main street market has a special place in the hearts of Chinese, with Chinese residents spending more time there than anywhere else in the world.
The city has a huge Chinese population of around 30 million, but the area is still largely underdeveloped, with less than a third of the city’s population of 8.2 million.
This makes it the world’s second most beautiful market, behind only New York, with its stunning streets, stunning architecture, colourful buildings and a mix of Chinese and Western influences.
The market is an integral part of the Chinese New Year celebrations.
It is also one of the world-renowned locations of the Hangzhou Art Museum, a centrepiece of China’s cultural and historical legacy.
Market participants from China’s most famous markets, Shanghai and Beijing, have traditionally visited the market to buy goods, such as traditional tea, cosmetics and jewellery.
However, the market has become increasingly popular in recent years, as the country has seen a rise in middle class urbanisation and demand for more affordable goods.
The Chinese New Years Festival is also a popular event in Beijing, which is known as the “city of lights”.
For a decade, the annual festival was held at the end of the month.
But this year, organisers said they would no longer host the event, due to the city having no winter season.
This year’s festival was cancelled because of the drought and cold weather.