Five Buildings in Beijing
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Five Buildings in Beijing

Washington Post Architecture Critic Philip Kennicott explores the forests of new buildings springing up in every corner of Beijing, from blue chip projects such as the CCTV tower to the workers' sheds that are probably the most common structure in the Chinese capital.Video by Travis Fox/washingtonpost.com

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