7 Facts About Beijing Chinese

1. In 2010, the US Embassy in Beijing Chinese began tweeting daily air quality data for its employees.

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2. In 2010, new car registrations in Beijing Chinese averaged 15,500 per week.

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3. In November 2013, Beijing Chinese made a bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics.

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4. The largest Tibetan Buddhist Temple in Beijing Chinese is the Yonghe Temple, which was decreed by the Qing Emperor Qianlong in 1744 to serve as the residence and research facility for his Buddhist preceptor of Rolpe Dorje the third Changkya.

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5. On 8 and 9 December 2015 Beijing Chinese had its first smog alert which shut down a majority of the industry and other commercial businesses in the city.

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6. Since the early 1980s, the urban area of Beijing Chinese has expanded greatly with the completion of the 2nd Ring Road in 1981 and the subsequent addition of the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Ring Roads.

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7. In general, Standard Beijing Chinese is influenced by Classical Chinese, which makes it more condensed and concise; Beijing dialect can therefore seem more longwinded.

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