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BBC News 8 Jan 2021

Streets of Beijing back to life after Covid


Do people in Beijing think their economy has recovered from the coronavirus pandemic?

The BBC's China correspondent, Stephen McDonnell, has been asking them.

Filmed and edited by: Alex Shaw

Produced by: Joyce Liu

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