Enter China

Asia's new economic power welcomes visitors with ambitious restaurants and hotels
Jeannie Cho Lee
Issue: November 30, 2005

In the span of just a few years, the crowded hutongs around Beijing's Houhai Lake have become chic. All along the lake, these narrow alleyways, packed with communal houses, are now home to stylish restaurants and bars that manage to retain their character and history.

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