Panjiayuan Subdistrict

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Panjiayuan (Chinese: 潘家园 Pinyin: Pānjiāyuán) is a subdistrict of Chaoyang District, Beijing, China. The Panjiayuan area is located towards the South end of the East 3rd Ring road. Panjiayuan is famous for its flea markets.

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Panjiayuan administers 12 community districts:

  • Panjiayuan Community
  • East Panjiayuan Community
  • South Panjiayuan Community
  • Huawei Community
  • West Huawei Community
  • North Huawei Community
  • West Songyu Community
  • Songyu Community
  • East Songyu Community
  • South Mofang Community
  • East Wusheng Nongguang Community
  • East Wusheng Community


Beijing Antique Market is located at the southwest of Panjiayuan bridge, South road of East third ring road, Chaoyang District, Beijing. Covering an area of 48,500㎡, it is divided into six sections: Roadside stands, Ancient Architecture, Classical Furniture, Modern collection, Sculpture and Stone Engraving, and the Catering section. Trading mostly in antiques, handicrafts, ornaments, and other collectibles, Panjiayuan has an annual revenue of several hundred million yuan. Having more than four thousand shop owners, this market has nearly ten thousand shop assistants in which sixty percent are from the other twenty-eight provinces and municipalities except Beijing. People here come from a variety of backgrounds, there are more than ten minorities of Hui, Man, Miao, Dong, Uigur, Mongolian, Korean, and other ethnic groups of China. Founded in 1992, this market has developed along with the success in business in folk antiques and handicrafts. Diffusing Chinese culture, it has become a large, quaintly classical market of antiques and handicrafts.

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Coordinates: 39°52′25″N 116°26′51″E / 39.8735°N 116.4476°E / 39.8735; 116.4476