I moved to the wangjing part of Beijing or the northeast corner in the Chaoyang district. It is unofficially the Koreatown of the city. This is evident in the numerous Korean markets and restaurants. My apartment complex is a cluster of eight or nine 25-story buildings enclosed by a fence that requires a key fob. The entrance to my building also requires a key fob, so it's super safe. I'm on the third floor, which is basically the first, so I wake up to people doing Tai Chi in the courtyard and kids doing dance routines. Otherwise, it's a quiet, beautiful place to live.