Blog Category - Beijing News

Beijing Ducks Terminate Contract of Stephon Marbury
Weeks of rumors and debate that divided the city finally came to an end Saturday afternoon when the Beijing Ducks basketball team agreed to termin
DP Dolce & Gabbana Photo Shoot on Streets of Beijing Upsets Locals
It only makes sense that a city as cosmopolitan as Beijing serve as a backdrop for today's latest fashion.
R Go Fly a Kite at the Beijing Kite Festival This Week
Beijing residents used to having their skies filled with...
China's New Air Purifier Standards Set to Filter Out Low-Quality Products
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Owners of Shanghai MAO to Open New Beijing Livehouse in Wukesong in July
Usually it's the closure of yet another Beijing music venue that makes headlines, but thankfully not this time.
Fangjia to be Bricked Up Later this Week, Jiaodaokou Toutiao Currently Being Bricked Up, Xingfucun Knocked Down
While Fangjia Hutong's bar and restaurant owners expected today to be the day that the red bricks took up unnecessary space blocking their windows
R Sandstorm Warning Issued for Beijing
The Beijing Environmental Protection Monitoring Center has issued a sandstorm warni
R Beijing to Tear Down Qing Dynasty Railroad Station in Downtown Wudaokou
The sad state of Beijing's historical buildings continue to deteriorate with the news that a new apartment block will be developed on the site of
Belt and Road Initiative Expands Study Exchanges in China and Abroad
China may see more student diversity within the next few years.
Origins, Ofo and Other Beijing Startup Stars Make Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List
Liam Bates and Jessica Lam, the masterminds behind the bestselling...
Security Restrictions at US Embassy in Beijing Have Created a Thriving Industry for 'Bag Holders'
Would you be willing to give a total stranger all of your possessions, let alone pay him for it?
Allergies Begone! Beijing Promises to Fix Its Out-Of-Control Catkins Problem by 2020
Beijingers looking for a reprieve from the smoggy skies of heating season won't find any relief with the arrival of spring, bringing with it milli
R Beijing Subway Passenger Bloodied by Expat Sparks Angry Backlash Against Foreigners
Days before news about a "Chinese" passenger being ...
DP Dead On the Vine: Wudaoying Stalwart Vineyard Cafe Shutting Down, But Set to Soon Open Chaowai Soho Delivery Kitchen
After 11 years of serving tasty Western fare in Wudaoying Hutong, Vineyard Cafe
Share a Desk Without Coughing Up a Lung: AQI-Inclinced Coworking Spaces on Their Way to Beijing
Two issues dominate Beijing's headlines like no others: the capital's record-breaking pollution levels, and its rapidly rising rental rates.