Not so different than NYC except nicer, newer, cleaner and about the price for a fare.
Beijing's Growing Subway
Beijing's Growing Subway From 1971 to the present - CNNMoney
Hong Kongs glittering skyline. The perception of the city as a vibrant crossroads that might offer a way forward for the mainland is fading fast. Credit Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times Photo by: Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times HONG KONG When Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule two decades ago the city was seen as a model of what China might one day become: prosperous modern international with the broad protections of the rule of law…
Beijing's Party Secretary Guo Jinlong said at a press conference that the capital is determined to push out industries that attract a large floating population, in order to control the size of its population, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported.