Blog Category - Things You Should Know

Beijing Beats: Intro Electronic Music Fest, Opium Hum, Conrank, Summer Haze, Vinai, Moonglow Burlesque
Beijing Beats brings you the best in Beijing nightlife each weekend so that you can soothe the woes of a long a stressful week with some out-o
Beicology: Personalize Your PM2.5 Protection with Cambridge Masks' New High Tech App
Glancing at AQI readings and strapping a mask across your face willy nilly just won't cut it anymore.
DP Special Edition Events Watch: Things to Do Over the Dragon Boat Holiday May 26-30
Yes, Dragon Boat Festival is nearly here and that means a three-day weekend cometh (Sunday, May 28 through Tuesday, May 30).
Mandarin Monday: Using Podcasts and WeChat to Step Up Your Chinese Study
Mandarin Monday is a weekly column where – similar to our 
Events Watch: Beijing's Best Weekday Events That Won't Leave You Hungover, May 22-28
Our Events Watch series aims to highlight happenings that aren't foc
Foreigners Are Out-WeChatting China's Most Active WeChatters
This post comes courtesy of our content partners at TechNode.
R1 Mandarin Monday: House Hunting Phrases to Use in Beijing
Mandarin Monday is a weekly column where – similar to ou
Events Watch: Beijing's Best Weekday Events That Won't Leave You Hungover, May 15-21
Our Events Watch series aims to highlight happenings that aren't foc
Crossing the Border: When Does Culture Shock Become Racism?
Experiencing different cultures is part of the reason we travel, and those of us who choose to live somewhere far from home may smugly assume that
8 Beijing Subway Stations Shut as of Today and Through the Weekend, Thanks to OBOR
While we may be getting excited about the benefits (re: blue skies) that the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) Summit (May 14-15) will bring us, we're all
Beihang University
Coming to Beijing to learn Chinese can be a daunting experience, particularly when there are so many different universities and language cours
One Belt One Road Summit (May 14-15): Blue Skies, Crowded Airport, No Enforced Holidays
The One Belt, One Road Summit, May 14-15, is imminent and with the barrage of meetings come a number of restrictions on Beijing life as we usually