In May of last year, I visited a new gay bath house in the Chinese capital.
I was shocked to find the owners of the place were gay.
They were in the process of moving to a new location when I stopped in and photographed them for this story.
I thought I would share my experience with you.
The story of what I witnessed and what led me to come to this conclusion is the story of a gay bathhome in Beijing.
The Bathhouse, as I like to call it, is the creation of Cheng Wang, a 30-year-old entrepreneur who founded the place in April 2016.
Cheng Wang started his business in 2008 and has since opened a number of similar bathhouses throughout the city.
He has also opened several other gay bathhouses in Beijing, including the Gay Bathhouse and the Gay Nightclub.
The two bathhouses I visited are both in the heart of the Chinese metropolis.
It’s a small, one-room, wooden-floored space with a single bathtub on the ground floor.
There are three different bathrooms.
I spent the first hour or so wandering around and looking for people, but soon realized that there were no more people than I was looking for.
The bathhouses are usually very small and not very well lit, which is a good thing.
I had to use my flashlight to see if I could find anyone, because in the dark, it is hard to find people.
As I walked around the space, I began to get curious about the bathhouses’ owners.
The owners of this bathhouse told me they had recently moved to Beijing and were looking for someone to take over as their manager.
My initial curiosity was understandable, as it would be impossible to find a place that was so small that the owners had to take on new staff, and so I asked them to take me there and meet with me.
They were really nice, but I was also a little nervous.
I thought the owner was going to say no, that I would be treated differently.
They told me to bring my passport and some cash, and they promised to pay for the entire trip.
I arrived at the bathhouse in the early morning, and there were about five or six people waiting for me.
They took me to a large room with a couple of beds and chairs and an open kitchen.
There was a toilet, but the bath was dirty.
We had a cup of tea and some water, and I took a seat in the middle of the bed and watched them wash the towels and the floor.
I wasn’t nervous, because I had never seen someone clean a bathtub.
They did a lot of research and explained that they were a bath house, but they didn’t really explain what they did.
When I finished my tea and went to the bathroom, they asked me if I wanted to come back later to see what was going on.
I said sure, and as soon as I finished, I went into the bathroom and left.
They also told me that they had some new staff in the new space and would be working there full-time.
Then, about five minutes later, they took me back to the same spot.
Again, I was nervous.
They didn’t say how long it would take them to change people or to make sure that there wasn’t anyone who had a problem, but my doubts were quickly put to rest when I saw the bathtub was clean.
Next, I had a look around.
There were no other people there.
The owner told me the bath had been cleaned for the first time in years, and that the owner had hired a new person to take care of the bath.
I had no idea who the new person was, but she looked like a model.
While I was waiting in the bathroom for my next tour, I noticed that a number had come in.
I asked the owner to let me use the bathroom as well, but he said that there was no need.
“That is the owner,” he told me.
“He’s a very nice man, so you shouldn’t bother him.”
I sat down in the bath and took a look at the floor plan of the room.
It was very tidy and clean, and seemed very orderly.
There wasn’t anything wrong with the room, but there was a lot going on around the bathroom.
This bathhouse owner told my photographer that they wanted to open the whole bathhouse, and he and the new owner had already started looking for space.
They planned to open several more rooms in the future.
Eventually, Cheng Wang decided to open more than one bathhouse.
They decided to call them the “gay bathhouses.”
Cheng Wang told me he had no plans to open multiple baths, and if they did open more, he would pay the rent and keep the space open.
Cheng Wang and his partner in crime, Liu Qiu, are also gay. Once