The Last Public Bathhouse In Beijing

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A portrait of Lin Biao, former army leader of China, is hung on the... News PhotoArmy,Bathhouse,Bathroom,Beijing,China - East Asia,Cultures,Former,Healthcare And Medicine,Horizontal,Human Interest,Massaging,PortraitPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2011 Kevin ZenBEIJING, CHINA - DECEMBER 8: (CHINA OUT) A portrait of Lin Biao, former army leader of China, is hung on the wall of a restroom at Shuangxing Tang Bathhouse on December 8, 2011 in Beijing, China. The Shuangxing Tang Bathhouse is the last remaining public bathhouse in Beijing and faces demolition as the area undergoes development. Opened on 1916, the bathhouse provides its patrons with a culture that is dying out, offering traditional treatments and massages it stands as a relic of the old Beijing, but with ever-decreasing water resources its future remains uncertain. (Photo by Kevin Zen/Getty Images)