Blog Category - Beijing People
[UPDATE: Aug 17, 2.20pm] Several sources close to Mike Peters have confirmed that he passed away at approximately 1.30pm toda
Do you feel under-businessed? Have you been stuck in a slobbish rut for far too long?
While many of us thankfully can’t recall our worst nights out, Will Yorke remembers one such awful occasion all too vividly.
Plenty of soul searching has been prompted in Beijing after the release of a survey called "100 best LGBT cities in the world,” conducted by Germa
The hutongs have never been just alleys and courtyards.
Many foreigners were spooked by a spate of drug raids that hit several popular
Given the number of bricked-up businesses and crackdowns on long-running favorites, simply running a restaurant seems like no small feat in Beijin
Are you a Beijing loser with no sense of fashion? Do you have trouble finding a date who accepts you in all your flaws?
Although numerous Beijing livehouses have struggled – and all too frequently failed – to stay open in recent years, Yue Space has made a noble eff
As Joerg Wuttke recently prepared to end his term as President of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, and head back to his hometown i
Beijing has stepped up to the ranks of a brave, new world as the interior of one of its public bathrooms has been equipped with a video surveillan
When most foreigners think about kung fu, the last thing to likely cross their minds would be a petite, glamorous redhead from Azerbaijan.
Even though their doors have been blocked by bricks, and bars have been fixed to their windows, many streetside Beijing businesses have remained s