Blog Category - Beijing News

R Beijing Funeral Home Uses Cutting Edge Technology to Overcome Social Taboos
As important the role that death plays in Chinese society, the same respect is not offered to those who take care of the deceased.
Tension Among South Koreans in Beijing Rises as THAAD Intensifies
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
Beijing Orders Halt to Electric Bicycle-Sharing Service E-Zebra
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Three Years after MH370's Disappearance, Beijingers Remain Forgotten
Three years ago Wednesday morning, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Bye Bye Beixinqiao Santiao?: Beijing's Favorite Lamb-Leg Street Undergoing Major Remodelling
Beixinqiao Santiao (北新桥三条) is one of the most historically significant hutongs in Beijing.
DP This is why Beijing is Full of Dogs with VR Cameras
On March 5, the Fifth Session of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC) kicked off at the Great Hall of People in Beijing.
Beijing Park Proudly Confirms it Will Continue to Provide Free Toilet Paper for Patrons to Steal
Despite reports that clearly show visitors abusing their hospitality, Beijing's Tiantan Park said it will continue to offer free toilet paper to a
Beijing in Brief 3/4: More Foreign Students, A Billion In Spending = 1.8% Traffic Improvement
Every time the sun sets on the Beijinger's editorial offices, we lament the fact that there's still so much we never got to that day.
Beijing in Brief 3/2: City Leads World in Billionaires and Public Toilet Paper Thieves
Every time the sun sets on the Beijinger's editorial offices, we lament the fact that there's still so much we never got to that day.
How Would You Improve Beijing? The City Wants Your Suggestions
As great as life in Beijing can be, there are times when the sky isn't so blue, it takes too long to get somewhere, and you may be wishing you'd r
Beijing in Brief: Marbury Sets Retirement, Bruins Legend Helps Redstar, Le Alienates Gays
Every time the sun sets on thebeijinger's editorial offices, we lament the fact that there's still so much news we never got to that day.
 Popular Beijing Live Streamer Claims to Be Domestic Violence Victim with Shocking Photos
A popular Beijing live-streamer has again become the center of scrutiny after revealing that she is a victim of domestic violence.
Don't Fly Your Small Aircraft in Tianjin during Beijing's 'Two Meetings'
With the approach of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and the National People's Congress (NPC) this month, the gover
Maosoleum to Close for Repairs, Will Reopen in September
If you’re looking to visit the pickled remains of China’s former Chairman, best get to Tiananmen Square before Wednesday.
Don't Feel Like You Belong in Beijing? You're Not Alone
Do you sometimes feel like you don't belong in Beijing?