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D J Clark: As a foreigner living in China it has taken me several years to get under the skin of this diverse and fascinating country. There are so many places to discover and stories to tell. I hope through this column to share some of my insights and experiences.

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Walking the Beijing waterways: Northern route
In part six of Walking the Beijing Waterways, D J Clark takes off along the Yuan dynasty circuit. > more

Walking the Beijing waterways: Eastern route
In part five of Walking the Beijing Waterways, D J Clark starts near the international exhibition center where the Bahe river spills out into the northern moats and heads 12 km east out beyond the 5th ring road. > more

Walking the Beijing waterways: Southern route
In part four of Walking the Beijing Waterways, D J Clark starts where the last walk finished, at the entrance to Yuyuantan Park under the old CCTV Tower in the far west of the city. It's the longest of the five walks and takes a full day to complete. > more

Walking the Beijing waterways: Western route
In part three of Walking the Beijing waterways, D J Clark takes off on a 13 km western walk that is broadly divided into two halves: a pleasant stroll through the vast grounds of the Summer Palace and a long straight walk south along the wide Jingmi Canal. > more

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D J Clark
  Video Journalist D J Clark reports from around the world for China Daily

D J Clark has worked worldwide as a journalist for more than 20 years. He specialises in multimedia story telling in China, where he has lived for the past four years. Clark also teaches multimedia Journalism in China for the University of Bolton.

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