Fangshan District is situated in the southwest of Beijing, 38 km away from downtown Beijing. It has an area of 2,019 square kilometres and a population of 814,367; the district is divided into 8 subdistricts, 14 towns, 6 townships. The district administers 8 subdistricts, 14 towns with 3 towns of which carry the "area" label, 6 townships: The Subdistrict area of Fangshan contains an urban area, has an area of 25 km2 and an estimated population of 200,000. Other major urban areas are Liangxiang, Zhoukoudian and Liulihe. Fangshan is situated to the east of the Taihang Mountains; the east and south of the district is a fertile plain, with a narrow hilly area running from northeast to southwest. The district has many lakes; the location and environment provide good conditions for agriculture. The district produces wheat and various high quality fruits as well as large quantities of animal products. At the moment large investments are made for greenhouse production. Jingguang railway and Jingyuan railway cross the district.
In addition, the district is serviced by 24 railway stations. Jingshi Expressway goes through the district; the four main roads are the Jing-Zhou, Jing-Bao, Jing-Yuan, Jing-Liang roads, with branch roads to townships and villages. The total length of roads is up to 1,800 km. Tanggu Port is only 180 km distant; the programme-controlled telephone capacity supports 128,000 phone sets. Fangshan is served by one metro line operated by Beijing Subway: Fangshan line - Daotian, Libafang, Liangxiang University Town North, Liangxiang University Town, Liangxiang University Town West, Liangxiangnanguan, Suzhuang In 2017,the regional GDP of the district is 68.17 billion yuan,with GDP per capita at 59.1 thousand yuan. Fangshan district has many ancient sites. Best known is Zhoukoudian, location of the “Peking Man Site”, which has gained Fangshan the name of “Home of the Dragon”; the 3,000-year-old ruins of the Liulihe Site are housed in the Western Zhou Yan State Capital Museum. The famous Buddhist shrine of Yunju Temple has precious Buddhist relics, including “Sakyamuni’s Bone” and 14,278 stone slabs with sculpted Buddhist sutras.
There are the remains of the Christian Monastery of the Cross from the Yuan dynasty. There are many ancient towers, town sites and other sites in Fangshan. Fangshan has many scenic spots like Shidu’s karst landscape, the unique Stoneflower Cave and natural ancient forests in Shangfang Mountains. Ecologically, Fangshan has 22 kinds of wild animal. Fangshan has 2.1 billion tons of coal reserves, which makes it a veritable “coal storehouse” in the west of Beijing. Marble deposits total 450 million cubic meters. A total of 17 kinds have been developed, including “Chinese white marble”, “pink”, “rosy cloud”, “black jade”. In particular, "Chinese white marble" is regarded as a national treasure. There are large deposits of quartzite. Yanshan Practice Base of Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology Both industry and agriculture are well developed in Fangshan. Over 2300 enterprises owned by the district, townships or villages have been set up and form a complete industrial system in a variety of trades, with different grades and many kinds of products.
Yanshan Petrochemical Group, one of the largest state-owned enterprises in China, is located in Fangshan District. Agriculture has developed from traditional growing and planting to integrated and full development in forestry, livestock,greenhouse horticulture and fishery; the building industry has become the backbone of the district, with annual building area reaching 6 million square meters. The foreign-oriented economy of Fangshan has developed in recent years. By 1999, the District government had approved 345 foreign-invested enterprises. Over 20 countries and territories throughout five continents are represented. There are 100 export-oriented enterprises producing over 40 kinds of product. Liangxiang Satellite Town, approved by Beijing Municipal Government, has become a new hub of development. In 1998, the site of Fangshan People’s Government moved to Liangxiang, making it the district's center of politics and culture; the development Zone of Liangxiang extends favorable policies to business.
Under the Ninth Five-Year Plan and Ten-year Outline, the zone will be further opened to the outside and encourage foreign investment in the following industries: electricity and electronics, textiles, new building materials, new materials, new energy resources, fine chemicals, food processing, greenhouse vegetables, tourist facilities, commercial facilities and the animal industry. The zone welcomes overseas Chinese and guests from Hong Kong, Macau and other countries. Fangshan Information Network
Shijingshan District is an urban district of the municipality of Beijing. It lies to the west of the urban core of Beijing, is part of the Western Hills area, bordering the districts of Haidian to the northeast and east, Fengtai to the south, Mentougou to the west; the district consists of 9 subdistricts of Beijing's city proper. Although the hills around Yunju Temple may be called Shijingshan, they have Chinese characters different from those of the district and hence are unrelated to Shijingshan District, it is 86 square kilometres in area, making it one of the smaller districts in the greater urban part of Beijing, is home to 489,439 inhabitants. Its postal code is 100043. There are 9 subdistricts in the district: The western stretch of the 5th Ring Road lies in this area; the Beijing subway serves this area. China National Highway 109 runs through Shijingshan. Shijingshan District is served by two metro lines operated by Beijing Subway: Line 1 - Pingguoyuan, Bajiao Amusement Park, Yuquanlu S1 line - Pingguoyuan, Jin'anqiao Line 6 - Jin'anqiao, Pingguoyuan,Xihuangcun North China University of Technology Babaoshan Revolutionary Cemetery Shijingshan Amusement Park Shougang industrial complex Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences In 2017,the regional GDP of the district is 53.54 billion yuan,with GDP per capita at 87.5 thousand yuan.
The headquarters of Wumart were on the 10th floor of the Yuquan Building in Shijingshan District. The district will be used during the 2022 Winter Olympics which will host Big Air snowboarding and freestyle skiing
Chaoyang District, Beijing
Chaoyang District is a core district of Beijing. It borders the districts of Shunyi to the northeast, Tongzhou to the east and southeast, Daxing to the south, Fengtai to the southwest, Dongcheng and Haidian to the west, Changping to the northwest. Chaoyang is home to the majority of Beijing's many foreign embassies, the well-known Sanlitun bar street, as well as Beijing's growing central business district; the Olympic Green, built for the 2008 Summer Olympics, is in Chaoyang. Chaoyang extends west to Chaoyangmen on the eastern 2nd Ring Road, nearly as far east as the Ximazhuang toll station on the Jingtong Expressway. Within the urban area of Beijing, it occupies 475 square kilometres, making it the central city's largest district, with Haidian second; as of 2005, Chaoyang had a total population of 3,642,000, making it the most populous district in Beijing. The district has jurisdiction over 20 area offices. Chaoyang is home to Silk Street, many other market areas, shopping malls, restaurant strips.
Chaoyang is divided into 24 subdistricts, 19 townships of which carry the "area" label: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture are headquartered in the district. In 2017,the regional GDP of the district is 563.55 billion yuan, with GDP per capita at 150.7 thousand yuan. China National Aviation Holdings Company, SOHO China, CITIC Group, Qihoo 360, Beijing Capital Airlines have their headquarters in Chaoyang District. Renren Inc. has its headquarters on the 23rd floor of the Jing An Center in Chaoyang District. Wanda Group has its headquarters in the Wanda Plaza. Wanda Cinemas is headquartered in the same complex. China Resources Beverage, the distributor of C'estbon water, has its north China regional office in the district. According to Chaoyang's official website, the district "is home to more than 60 percent of the foreign business agencies in Beijing, over 3,000 foreign companies, 167 international news agencies, two-thirds of the 158 of the global top 500 transnational companies that have invested in Beijing."
Some of these are: ABB Group, Air France, All Nippon Airways, Halliburton, IBM, KBR, Kerr-McGee China Petroleum Ltd. Korean Air, Kroll Inc. Lummus Technology, a subsidiary of CB&I, Asiana Airlines, Standard & Poor's, Swire Group, Etihad Airways, EVA Air, Qatar Airways; the Hong Kong-based company Swire Properties has two locations in Chaoyang. Beijing Hyundai Motor Company, a 50–50 joint venture of the Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co. and Hyundai Motor Company, has its sales offices in the Hyundai Motor Tower in Chaoyang District. Chaoyang serves as Beijing's diplomatic district. All foreign embassies to China are located in the district except for those of Russia and Luxembourg, which are both in Dongcheng. Chaoyang has three embassy areas in the Sanlitun and Liangmahe neighborhoods. Chaoyang District is one of the fastest growing districts in the Beijing Metropolitan Area. There are several subway lines running through the district; the Beijing Capital Airport, although surrounded by the Shunyi District, is an exclave of Chaoyang District.
The municipality as well as the Chinese national government spend a half million USD per day on developing this district. Chaoyang is served by thirteen metro lines of the Beijing Subway: Line 1 – Yong'anli, Guomao 10, Dawanglu 14, Sihui Batong, Sihui East Batong Line 2 – Jianguomen 1, Chaoyangmen 6 Line 5 – Lishuiqiao 13, Lishuiqiao South, Beiyuanlu North, Datunlu East 15, Huixinxijie Beikou, Huixinxijie Nankou 10, Hepingxiqiao Line 6 – Chaoyangmen 2, Hujialou 10, Jintailu 14, Qingnianlu, Huangqu, Caofang Line 7 – Jiulongshan 14, Baiziwan, Nanlouzizhuang, Happy Valley Scenic Area, Jiaohuachang Line 8 – Lincuiqiao, South Gate of Forest Park, Olympic Green 15, Olympic Sports Center, Beitucheng 10, Anhuaqiao Line 10 – Jiandemen, Beitucheng 8, Huixinxijie Nankou 5, Shaoyaoju 13, Sanyuanqiao Airport, Agricultural Exhibition Center, Hujialou 6, Guomao 1, Jinsong, Shilihe 14, Fenzhongsi Line 13 – Lishuiqiao 5, Wangjing West 15, Shaoyaoju 10, Liufang Line 14 – Shilihe 10, Beigongda Ximen, Jiulongshan 7, Dawanglu 1, Jintailu 6, Dongfengbeiqiao, Wangjing South, Wangjing 15, Laiguangying, Shangezhuang Line 15 – Olympic Green 8, Datunlu East 5, Wangjing West 13, Wangjing 14, Maquanying, Sunhe Airport Express – Sanyuanqiao 10, Terminal 2 Batong line – Sihui 1, Sihui East 1, Communication University of China, Guanzhuang, Baliqiao Yizhuang line – Xiaocun, Xiaohongmen University of International Business and Economics Beijing International Studies University Communication University of China Beijing University of Technology No.80 High School of Beijing Beijing Ritan High School High School Attached to Beijing University of Technology Beijing No. 17 High School Beijing No. 94 High School Beijing Chen Jing Lun High School Beijing Hepingjie No.1 Middle School (北京
Haidian District is a district of the municipality of Beijing. It lies towards the northwestern part of the urban core, it is 431 square km in area, making it the second-largest district in urban Beijing, is home to 2,240,124 inhabitants. Since 1992, Haidian District has signed official papers and established Sister City relationship with 14 cities and districts from 10 countries of 4 continents; some sister cities are shown below:South America Santa Fe, Argentina La Falda, Argentina North America Cambridge, United States Harrisburg, United States Europe Savonlinna, Finland Olympia, Greece Groningen, Netherlands Bures-sur-Yvette, Palaiseau, in Paris Region, France East Asia Seodaemun-gu, South Korea Nerima, Japan The administrative division of the district was reported as follows: 22 subdistricts of the city proper of Beijing 7 towns of which carry the "area" label: Haidian was a village outside of Beijing's Inner City. It was first built in the Yuan Dynasty and became one of the eight major business areas of the capital during the Qing Dynasty and was the seat of such old shops as Lotus White and Hongbin House.
The famed Old Summer Palace and Summer Palace, two grand imperial gardens are among its reputed features. It became a university district after the building of the Tsinghua University and Yenching University campus in the early twentieth century, it is mentioned in Lao She's novel Camel Xiangzi as an academic village for students. After the foundation of the People's Republic, it was deliberately developed as a university area, with many of the Yan'an institutions moving there, it became an administrative district in June 1954. Since the reform and opening up, it has become the centre of China's IT industry. In the words of Time magazine: During the half of the 1990s, out of the Beijing districts, Haidian had the highest per capita GDP. During that period the GDP of Haidian District grew by double digits each year; the northwestern stretches of the 3rd Ring Road, 4th Ring Road and 5th Ring Road all run through the area. Haidian is served by nine metro lines of the Beijing Subway and one commuter line operated by BCR: Line 1 - Wukesong, Gongzhufen, Military Museum 9 Line 4 - Anheqiao North, Xiyuan, Yuanmingyuan Park, East Gate of Peking University, Haidianhuangzhuang 10, Renmin University, National Library 9 Line 6 - Haidian Wuluju, Cishousi 10, Baishiqiao South 9 Line 8 - Yuxin, Yongtaizhuang Line 9 - National Library 4, Baishiqiao South 6, Military Museum 1 Line 10 - Lianhuaqiao, Gongzhufen 1, Cishousi 6, Changchunqiao, Bagou, Haidianhuangzhuang 4, Zhichunlu 13, Mudanyuan, Jiandemen Line 13 - Dazhongsi, Zhichunlu 10, Shangdi, Xi'erqi Changping Line 15 - Qinghuadongluxikou, Beishatan Changping line - Xi'erqi 13 Line S2 - Qinghuayuan, Qinghe The China National Space Administration has its headquarters in the district.
The State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs has its headquarters in Zhongguancun. The People's Liberation Army Military Music Hall is located in the district. In 2017,the regional GDP is 592.48 billion yuan,with GDP per capita at 170.8 thousand yuan. A central part of Haidian's economy, the Zhongguancun electronics district, hosts the Beijing offices of many software and computer-technology companies. Baidu has its headquarters in the Baidu Campus. Sohu has its headquarters in the Sohu.com Internet Plaza. Sinosteel's headquarters are in the Sinosteel Plaza in Haidian District. Youku has its headquarters on the fifth floor of Sinosteel Plaza. Wumart has its headquarters in the Wumart Commercial Building in Haidian District. Aigo's head office is in the Ideal Plaza in the Haidian District. China Postal Airlines has its headquarters on the 11th through 14th floors of the Ziyu Office Building in Haidian District; the Beijing Civil Aircraft Technology Research Center of COMAC has its offices on the 8th floor of the Beijing Olympic Building in Haidian District.
Xiaomi has its headquarters in the Office Building of Huarun Wucai City. Google has its Beijing office in Tsinghua Science Park Bldg 6 Everbright International has its Beijing office in the Beijing International Building in Zhongguancun. Institutions of higher education in Haidian include: Beihang University Beijing Film Academy Beijing Forestry University Beijing Institute of Technology Beijing Jiaotong University Beijing Language and Culture University Beijing Normal University Capital Normal University China Agricultural University China University of Geosciences Beijing China University of Political Science and Law Minzu University of China (formerly Central Univer
A secondary school is both an organization that provides secondary education and the building where this takes place. Some secondary schools can provide both lower secondary education and upper secondary education, but these can be provided in separate schools, as in the American middle and high school system. Secondary schools follow on from primary schools and lead into vocational and tertiary education. Attendance is compulsory in most countries for students between the ages of 11 and 16; the organisations and terminology are more or less unique in each country. Within the English speaking world, there are three used systems to describe the age of the child; the first is the'equivalent ages' countries that base their education systems on the'English model' use one of two methods to identify the year group, while countries that base their systems on the'American K-12 model' refer to their year groups as'grades'. This terminology extends into research literature. Below is a convenient comparison.
The building needs to accommodate: Curriculum content Teaching methods Costs Education within the political framework Use of school building Constraints imposed by the site Design philosophyEach country will have a different education system and priorities. Schools need to accommodate students, storage and electrical systems, support staff, ancillary staff and administration; the number of rooms required can be determined from the predicted roll of the school and the area needed. According to standards used in the United Kingdom, a general classroom for 30 students needs to be 55 m², or more generously 62 m². A general art room for 30 students needs to be 83 m ². A drama studio or a specialist science laboratory for 30 needs to be 90 m². Examples are given on, and 1,850 place secondary school. The building providing the education has to fulfil the needs of: The students, the teachers, the non-teaching support staff, the administrators and the community, it has to meet general government building guidelines, health requirements, minimal functional requirements for classrooms and showers, electricity and services and storage of textbooks and basic teaching aids.
An optimum secondary school will meet the minimum conditions and will have: adequately sized classrooms. Government accountants having read the advice publish minimum guidelines on schools; these enable environmental establishing building costs. Future design plans are audited to ensure. Government ministries continue to press for cost standards to be reduced; the UK government published this downwardly revised space formula in 2014. It said the floor area should be 1050m² + 6.3m²/pupil place for 11- to 16-year-olds + 7m²/pupil place for post-16s. The external finishes were to be downgraded to meet a build cost of £1113/m². A secondary school locally may be called high senior high school. In some countries there are two phases to secondary education and, here the junior high school, intermediate school, lower secondary school, or middle school occurs between the primary school and high school. Names for secondary schools by countryArgentina: secundaria or polimodal, escuela secundaria Australia: high school, secondary college Austria: Gymnasium, Hauptschule, Höhere Bundeslehranstalt, Höhere Technische Lehranstalt Azerbaijan: orta məktəb Bahamas, The: junior high, senior high Belgium: lagere school/école primaire, secundair onderwijs/école secondaire, humaniora/humanités Bolivia: educación primaria superior and educación secundaria and Herzegovina: srednja škola, gimnazija Brazil: ensino médio, segundo grau Brunei: sekolah menengah, a few maktab Bulgaria: cредно образование Canada: High school, junior high or middle school, secondary school, école secondaire, collegiate institute, polyvalente Chile: enseñanza media China: zhong xue, consisting of chu zhong from grades 7 to 9 and gao zhong from grades 10 to 12 Colombia: bachillerato, segunda enseñanza Croatia: srednja škola, gimnazija Cyprus: Γυμνάσιο, Ενιαίο Λύκειο Czech Republic: střední škola, gymnázium, střední odborné učiliště Denmark: gymnasium Dominican Republic: nivel medio, bachillerato Egypt: Thanawya Amma, Estonia: upper secondary school, Lyceum Finland: lukio gymnasium France: collège, lycée Germany: Gymnasium, Realschule, Fachoberschule Greece: Γυμνάσιο, Γενικό Λύκειο, Ενιαίο Λύκειο, Hong Kong: Secondary school Hungary: gimnázium, k
High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China
The High School Affiliated to Renmin University Of China, colloquially Rendafuzhong abbreviated to RDFZ, is the affiliated high school of Renmin University of China, is a prestigious high school in Beijing. In recent rankings, it ranked first among all high schools in Mainland China. RDFZ is situated in Haidian District of Beijing, in the Zhongguancun Science and Technology Zone, it is among one of the beacon high schools accredited by Beijing Municipal Government. In a 2016 ranking of Chinese high schools that send students to study in American universities, RDFZ ranked number 5 in mainland China in terms of the number of students entering top American universities; the school is a member of the G20 Schools Group. In the 1950s, due to the specific political and cultural backgrounds at that time, the government felt the need to establish middle school for blue-collar workers and farmers to increase their labor skills. Thus, the school named Beijing Experimental Fast Track Middle School for Workers and Farmers, was founded directly by the Ministry of Education in January 1950.
After only three months of preparation, the school welcomed its first group of students on April 3, 1950. Since it has the duty to experiment and establish the paradigm of education for blue-collar workers and farmers, the word Experimental was placed in the name of the school; the matriculation ceremony was somewhat grand, the minister of the Ministry of Education, Ma Xulun attended the event with his deputies of which one delivered a speech during the ceremony. The number one state newspaper - "People's Daily" reported the event. In 1952, the school was renamed to Workers and Farmers' Fast Track Middle School Affiliated to Renmin University of China due to the change of its direct governing body; the school stopped admitting blue-collar workers and farmers from 1955 and started teaching normal high school classes. A short change of governing body occurred in July 1956; the school was transferred to Beijing Education Bureau but transferred back to Renmin University in April 1958 when the school was renamed to Workers and Farmers' High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China which meant that the school had become a proper high school.
The phrase Workers and Farmers was retained because of the fact that there were still worker and farmer students in the school. The school started admitting 9th grade from 1960. Which means that the school had transferred itself from a senior high only High School to a junior high included high school; the name of the school was decided to be High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China. With the last group of worker and farmer students graduated in 1963, the school's teaching system was settled. Anti-intellectualism flourished in mainland China in the 1970s due to the well-known cultural revolution; as one of the many victims, Renmin University of China was forced to close by Beijing Revolution Committee in October 1970. As a direct impact, the school had no choice; the jurisdiction of the school was transferred to Haidian Education Bureau. With Renmin University of China reopened in 1978, the school reaffirmed its affiliation to the university; the name of the school was changed back. Since its establishment in 1950, the school has been given awards by China's Ministry of Education and Beijing Municipality Education Commission, such as: Advanced School of All-round Education with Distinctive Characteristics, School of Full-range Development and Talented Students' Academic Training, Advanced School of Working Skill Education, Municipal Model School for Education in Science and Technology, National Model School for Modern Technology Education, Excellent School for Training Elite Back-up Athletes, Advanced School for Merits in Physical and Health Work, Model School for Demonstrating Green Network, State-level Traditional School for Physical Education.
The staff team includes 50 special-class teachers, over 170 senior-level teachers, l6 conferred the titles of pillar teachers at the national level, another 25 at the Beijing municipal level, 37 recognized as advanced individuals in their disciplines in Haidian District. There are more than 40 foreign teachers from Great Britain and other countries. High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China, or known as RDFZ, is a branch of RDFZ United, it is worth mentioning that RDFZ United does not admit any students itself but only serves as a top-level administrative body to facilitate all the branches. RDFZ is the most famous branch under the governance of RDFZ United. Besides RDFZ, there are more than ten schools; some of them are created by RDFZ. RDFZ United is one of the few that have branches located outside mainland China. Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science, or RDFZ USA, is a joint venture of RDFZ United located in Princeton, NJ, USA. Foreign passport holders are allowed to attend as long as they have legal guardians living in Beijing for the duration of their enrollment.
In the past two decades, RDFZ has always stood out as one of the topmost schools in China in terms of entrance rate into institutions of higher learning, serving as one of the major sources of recruitment for China's famous universities like Tsinghua University, Peking University, Renmin University of China. 1st place of Beijing in science: 715 pts 1st place of Beijing in science: 721 pts 1st place of Beijing in science: 703 pts = 723 pts 2nd place o
Xicheng District is a district of Beijing. Xicheng District spans 32 square kilometres, making it the largest portion of the old city, has 706,691 inhabitants, its postal code is 100032. Xicheng is subdivided into 15 subdistricts of the city proper of Beijing; the former Xuanwu District was merged into Xicheng on July 2010. The Xidan commercial district, Beijing Financial Street, Beihai Park, Jingshan Park and Zhongnanhai are within its jurisdiction; the popular Houhai bar area is in Xicheng Precinct. Before the communist takeover, most royalties and aristocrats resided in the precinct; the oldest Catholic church in Beijing, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is located in Xicheng. There are 15 subdistricts in the district: COSCO has its headquarters in the Ocean Plaza building in Xicheng; the Xinhua News Agency has its headquarters in the Dacheng Plaza in Xicheng. In addition Bank of China, China Construction Bank, the State Grid Corporation of China, Taikang Life Insurance have their headquarters in Xicheng.
The Chinese Ministry of Education is headquartered in Xicheng District. The Chinese Academy of Sciences is headquartered in Xicheng District; the China Food and Drug Administration is headquartered in Xicheng District. The Office of the Government of the HKSAR in Beijing is in Xicheng District. Imperial City Beijing Financial Street Zhongnanhai Beihai Park Jingshan Park Shichahai Drum Tower and Bell Tower Prince Gong's Residence Xinjiekou Xidan Xisi Qianmen Dashilar Liulichang Beijing Zoo Fayuan Temple Huguang Guild Hall Miaoying Temple Niujie Mosque Xicheng is served by seven metro lines of the Beijing Subway: Line 1 - Muxidi, Fuxingmen 2, Xidan 4, Tian'anmen West Line 2 - Guloudajie 8, Xizhimen 4 14, Chegongzhuang 6, Fuxingmen 1, Xuanwumen 4, Hepingmen Line 4 - Xizhimen 2 13, Ping'anli 6, Lingjing Hutong, Xidan 1, Xuanwumen 2, Caishikou 7, Taoranting Line 6 - Chegongzhuang West, Chegongzhuang 2, Ping'anli 4, Beihai North Line 7 - Wanzi, Guang'anmennei, Caishikou 4, Hufangqiao Line 8 - Guloudajie 2 Line 13 - Xizhimen 2 4 Xicheng was served by one commuter line operated by Beijing Suburban Railway.
Note that the Beijing North Railway Station is under renovation and line S2 not stopped there now. It may be open again at the end of 2019. Line S2 - Beijing North Railway Station The High School Affiliated to Beijing Normal University is in Xicheng. Beijing No.4 High School is in Xicheng District. One school in Niujie, the Beijing Xuanwu Huimin Elementary School, serves the Hui people living in the area, it used to be in Xuanwu District. The Beijing Municipal Commission of Education, the local education authority, used to be headquartered in Xicheng District; the Central Conservatory of Music is based near Fuxingmen and Changchunjie stations. Official website of Xicheng District Government Photo Gallery of Houhai area Includes 20 high quality photographs Photo Gallery of Qianhai area Includes 20 high quality photographs