A new home for cyclists is coming soon to a town in China, and the machine is part of an ambitious plan to make the technology a reality by 2020.

The town of Shenzhen, in southwest China’s Liaoning province, is building a new home where people can cycle in the evening and into the night.

Its residents will be able to use their own personal home-cycle pump to pump air into their homes during the day.

The pump will also be able recharge their home batteries.

The project is part, the city government says, of the city’s “Artificial Heart” program.

It aims to create a community where people don’t need to leave their homes and can be in their own homes when they need to go to work, school or to visit family.

It also seeks to build up the city by creating a bike infrastructure, like an elevated bike path, with bicycle lanes.

The goal is to help make the city more accessible for all residents.

The city has already made some progress.

Its population grew by 20 percent from last year, according to the city.

The city also says it is looking to make other cities in the region more bicycle-friendly.

In Shenzhen there are more than 300 miles of bicycle lanes and 1,000 of bike paths.

This includes a “Green Belt” for cyclists to share paths and roads with pedestrians and cars.

The plan includes a bike lane for the city center and an additional one in the city outskirts.

Shenzhen plans to add another 300 miles over the next three years.

But this isn’t the only way Shenzhen is trying to help cyclists get around.

The new bike-friendly environment also is part and parcel of efforts to make China a more livable place for people.

The government launched the “National Health and Family Planning Strategy” last year to make its citizens more aware of health issues and to address family planning problems.

It also has plans to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.

The health department has also set up a task force to tackle issues like mental illness, substance abuse, physical health and homelessness.

The Shenzhen project has its critics, however.

Some residents say it will further segregate them from other residents, and create new obstacles for them.

“I feel that the new home will make people feel more isolated and less connected,” one resident, surnamed Wu, told the local newspaper.

“It is only fair for the neighbors to get to live together, and that will also help them to build a better life together.”

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