China's young locked out of Beijing's property market
If you're young, Chinese and living in Beijing, you're probably locked out of the property market.
Demand for property in China's top cities is so red hot, some couples are even undergoing fake divorces in order to buy additional homes.
China's central bank has tried to clamp down on rising prices but that has done little to allay the woes of young workers who earn low wages.
The BBC's Stephen McDonell reports on one of the world's most unaffordable property markets.
- From the section Business