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After swaths of construction took place in the Sanlitun area earlier this week, Turkish Doner and Andy's Craft Sausages are among the businesses t
“Earth laughs in flowers,” an ode to the supremacy of Mother Nature and penned by American essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, which may explain why we
Earlier this month, Pinterest fell victim to China’s Great Firewall.
Though you wouldn't know it – based on the abysmally high AQI levels we've put up with over the past couple of days – the operation of Beijing's l
On a heavily polluted morning late last week, we paid Hotel Jen a visit – the new mega-venue in town, and undoubtedly to be one of the coolest spa
The rapid rise of bike-sharing in China can be boiled down to a single selling point: it's so convenient.
Giving new meaning to the term "shitfaced," a popular Beijing tourist attraction that has had trouble with tourists abusing its free supply toilet
A rash of fatalities and intense media attention still isn't enough to prevent the latest incident of tourist misbehavior at Beijing's now notorio
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[UPDATED Mar 17, 1.45pm] The victim involved in the attack has contacted the Beijinger directly and would like it to
Throwback Thursday takes a look back into Beijing's past, usin
China has firmly established its status as a growing academic powerhouse not just by commanding the lion's share of the best universities of the w
As important the role that death plays in Chinese society, the same respect is not offered to those who take care of the deceased.
Rising nationalistic sentiment due to the deployment of a US missile system on South Korean soil is beginning to make South Koreans residents of B