Blog Author - Andrew Killeen

Fecal Attractions
Beijing isn’t all Ming Tombs and toxic smog, you know. Among our beloved city’s most distinctive attractions are its quirky, oddball museums.
So Long Sucker: Swatting the Myths About Mosquitoes
Summer in Beijing: time to get out the T-shirts and shorts, and enjoy the sunshine.
Isabelle Huppert
Isabelle Huppert, a bona fide movie legend, has been nominated for a César Award, the French equivalent of the Oscars, more often than any other a
The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Setting Up Your Own Company in China
The profile of the typical expat in Beijing is rapidly changing.
No Rest for the Wicked as Hit Musical Comes to Beijing
The musical Wicked has conquered the world si
Beijing’s First Official Lego Store Opens at Chaoyang Joy City
Here at the Beijinger (and our sister site beijngkids) we’ve never been afraid to tackle t
R Party Time for Poets at Launch of Second Spittoon Magazine
Spittoon is now well established as one of the prime movers in Beijing’s flouris
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
Beijing to Take Action on Bike-Sharing Chaos With New Regulations
The rapid explosion of bike-sharing schemes on the streets of the city has been both a blessing and a curse for Beijingers.