A latest report shows 95% of Chinese cities score highly on measures of walkability - how easy it is for pedestrians to get around during their daily lives.
The China Urban Walkability Report was released by the National Resources Defense Council, an international nonprofit environmental organization.
The report evaluated street walkability in 287 Chinese cities.
Out of the 36 capital and major cities, 12 cities scored above 80 points. Xiamen topped the list, with a score of 83.3 points.
The only city in China that scored above 90 points was Bazhong City in Sichuan.
When grouped by population size, six out of the 12 cities with a population of five million people or more exceeded 80 points.
Within this group, the city with the highest score was Shantou, followed by Xi'an, Chengdu, Chongqing, Hangzhou and Shanghai.