On the morning of the second anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown, the city is awash in the smell of freshly ground rice, freshly cut grass and freshly picked vegetables.
On the steps of the city hall in Beijing, the main gate is guarded by the Chinese flag.
Outside the city, the sun is beating down on a green lawn.
The city is a city of people, people are doing what they want, said Wu Shaojian, an engineer in his 30s who has lived in Beijing for decades.
But what Wu’s friends and neighbours are doing is a little different.
The people he has met and grown up with all live in the countryside, where the government is controlling the economy, and there is no one to talk to.
A small, sparsely populated area of farmland sits in the middle of the Beijing countryside, in a village called Yulin.
It is the only place where Wu lives.
In this village, people talk about food, and they are not always friendly with each other.
When the government tried to control the economy in the 1980s, the government started a food war, Wu said.
“There were all kinds of people trying to control everything,” he said.
“People were getting their hands dirty.
But now, there is a lot more cooperation.
There are many local farmers, some are from other provinces and the countryside.
We are able to grow vegetables.
They are very friendly.”
On one street in Yulin, in the village of Zhongzhou, there are more than 100 people, all with a few friends and family.
Some are in the fields.
Some people are on the roads.
Many are eating.
Wu said that in the beginning of the new year, he saw the people coming from Yulin to the nearby town of Ningxia.
He said he noticed a big difference between them.
People were working, and talking about how they would like to work harder and spend more money, he said, and that there was also a big increase in the number of people working at restaurants.
But now, people in Ningxia have come to the streets to support the people who were in Yulans home.
“It is good that there is more work in Ningxiang,” Wu said, but he was also worried about the situation in Yulu.
The Chinese government has been trying to consolidate its grip on the countryside for the last 10 years.
Its main aim is to build a modern industrial city.
The new Chinese city is known as “Beijing”, after the ancient city of Beijing.
The capital has a population of more than 10 million.
It was the country’s largest city until its collapse in 1989, and is now the second largest in the world.
Beijing has become the most expensive city in the country, with the average cost of a home now reaching a record $1.6 million.
The average price of a house in Shanghai was $1 million in 2017.
Beijing is also home to some of the biggest factories in the city.
In recent years, a large number of factories have been shutting down, including in the south of the country and in a city known as Shenzhen.
This has been caused by the sharp drop in the price of steel.
China’s steel industry, however, has been growing.
The government says it needs to invest in the steel industry to increase the countrys economic output.
However, many experts worry that if the steel sector is shut down, it will affect the economy further and lead to further job losses.
The country’s steel sector accounts for one in five of China’s gross domestic product.