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capital of the People's Republic of China; in northeastern China; 2nd largest Chinese city
  • Cinder was the only full-service mechanic at New Beijing's weekly market.
    p. 3.9
  • "They say you're the best mechanic in New Beijing.
    p. 10.2
  • Netscreens implanted into building walls showed live feeds of fire and smoke in downtown New Beijing and panicked headlines in which the toll of infected mounted by the second—even though only one person had been confirmed sick so far as Cinder could tell.
    p. 19.2
  • For half a step, New Beijing Palace could be glimpsed between complexes, sprawling and serene on the cliff that overlooked the city.
    p. 19.9
  • And it seemed that lately a disproportionate number of those chosen were from New Beijing and the surrounding suburbs.
    p. 29.9
  • New Beijing.
    p. 47.8
  • Maybe this wasn't a fantasy vehicle, maybe it wasn't their key to salvation, but somehow, someday, she would leave New Beijing.
    p. 48.3
    p. 73.4
  • From ground level, New Beijing was a mess—too many buildings crammed into too little space, the streets untended, power lines and clotheslines strung across every alley, intruding vines scurrying up every concrete wall.
    p. 129.6
    p. 143.2
  • Settling into the backseat, she told it to take her to New Beijing Palace.
    p. 155.3
  • Coming to New Beijing?
    p. 160.5
  • The thought of Queen Levana coming to New Beijing had twisted her stomach—the thought of dozens, maybe even hundreds of Lunars living on Earth and impersonating Earthens nearly had her running for the sink.
    p. 171.1
  • He told me Queen Levana is coming to New Beijing.
    p. 173.2
  • My global positioning system indicates that we are in the 76th Sector of New Beijing.
    p. 199.6
  • "Welcome to New Beijing's mechanic suite.
    p. 199.7
  • Lunars in New Beijing—he'd never heard anything so absurd.
    p. 210.6
  • The year before your surgery, he unveiled an invention at the New Beijing science fair.
    p. 237.4
    p. 245.9
  • Millions had died in World War IV; whole cultures had been devastated, dozens of cities reduced to rubble—including the original Beijing.
    p. 267.9
  • She would be taking no more customers in New Beijing.
    p. 285.9
  • Twelve hours from now, she would be miles outside of the city, putting as much distance between herself and New Beijing as she could.
    p. 286.5
  • "You see, I figured it's probably too much to hope that New Beijing's most renowned mechanic is having trouble with her port, so I figured there must be something wrong with mine."
    p. 290.8
  • I need to speak with someone at New Beijing Palace right away.
    p. 318.9
  • Please welcome to the 126th Annual Ball of the Eastern Commonwealth, a personal guest of His Imperial Majesty: Linh Cinder of New Beijing.
    p. 335.9
  • She was the diplomat who had been in New Beijing for weeks, whose picture had been all over the news feeds, though she'd never paid her much attention.
    p. 352.3

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