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Beijing's underground 'mouse tribe'

In the last decade, more than six million people have moved into the Chinese capital of Beijing, almost the entire population of London.

With rocketing property prices, many of those on the economic margins have been forced literally underground, living in the city's thousands of air-raid shelters, basements and tunnels.

Martin Patience reports on "the residents living under a city of rapid change."

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