Mon, February 21, 2011
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Affordable apartments chosen in Fangshan District, Beijing

2011-02-21 13:06:40 GMT2011-02-21 21:06:40(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Residents wait for choosing affordable apartments at a housing sales spot in Changyang Township of Fangshan District, Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 21, 2011. A total of 961 families began on Monday to choose affordable apartments located in Changyang Township in a sequence randomly decided by computer. After the nine-day choosing process, each of these families will buy an apartment with the price of 5,600 yuan (850 U.S. dollars) per square meters, which is above 50% lower than that of commercial apartments in the same area. (Xinhua/Zhao Wanwei)

Residents choose apartments at a housing sales spot in Changyang Township of Fangshan District, Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 21, 2011. A total of 961 families began on Monday to choose affordable apartments located in Changyang Township in a sequence randomly decided by computer. After the nine-day choosing process, each of these families will buy an apartment with the price of 5,600 yuan (850 U.S. dollars) per square meters, which is above 50% lower than that of commercial apartments in the same area. (Xinhua/Zhao Wanwei)

A salesman helps a family choose an apartment at a housing sales spot in Changyang Township of Fangshan District, Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 21, 2011. A total of 961 families began on Monday to choose affordable apartments located in Changyang Township in a sequence randomly decided by computer. After the nine-day choosing process, each of these families will buy an apartment with the price of 5,600 yuan (850 U.S. dollars) per square meters, which is above 50% lower than that of commercial apartments in the same area. (Xinhua/Zhao Wanwei)

Residents wait for choosing affordable apartments at a housing sales spot in Changyang Township of Fangshan District, Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 21, 2011. A total of 961 families began on Monday to choose affordable apartments located in Changyang Township in a sequence randomly decided by computer. After the nine-day choosing process, each of these families will buy an apartment with the price of 5,600 yuan (850 U.S. dollars) per square meters, which is above 50% lower than that of commercial apartments in the same area. (Xinhua/Zhao Wanwei)

A total of 961 families began on Monday to choose affordable apartments located in Changyang Township in a sequence randomly decided by computer in Fangshan District, Beijing, capital of China. After the nine-day choosing process, each of these families will buy an apartment with the price of 5,600 yuan (850 U.S. dollars) per square meters, which is above 50% lower than that of commercial apartments in the same area.

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