Blog Tag - Beijing

R Six Breakfast Items you Must Try in Beijing
Whether you’re hiking the Great Wall or exploring the hutongs, starting your day with a good breakfast is essential when traveling in Beijing.
How to Relax in Beijing
Between long working hours, traffic jams, and the constant social whirl, the pace of life in Beijing can be pretty frenetic, leaving little time f
DP Small Business? Rent a Booth in the Topwin Center for RMB 200 per day
One of the (many) things we love about Beijing is the number of interesting small and craft businesses operating across town, from homebrewed beer
 R Rising Number of Chinese Ultra-Rich A Telltale Sign of Poverty Gap
China's extraordinary economic development has reached its zenith when two separate lists recently named it as having the world's most ultra-rich.
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
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.
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
China Speeds Past Austria on the Slopes, But Are the Olympics in General Going Downhill?
OlymPicks is an ongoing blog series whereby we highlight news, gossip,
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
Throwback Thursday: February 9, 2009, the CCTV Tower Hotel Burns, with No Opening in Sight
Throwback Thursday takes a look back into Beijing's past, usin
Mongolian-Themed 99 Yurts Offers the Perfect Destination for Birthdays and Other Celebrations
You may think you have to go all the way to Mongolia to feast on some truly excellent lamb, but in fact you only need to travel to the North Fifth
R Beijing Guoan Now Worth More Than AC Milan, But Still Contending with Money Related Woes
Although Beijing Guo'an – and the Chinese league it plays in – has yet to develop the same kind of international prestige as its European counterp
Beijing Pollution Hits 647, but Beijingers Bought Fewer Fireworks
Beijing's PM2.5 concetration reached a mere 647 micrograms per cubic meter at its peak during Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) celebrations, dow
Perhaps We Spoke Too Soon on E-Channel Travel in China
We almost strained our arms high-fiving ourselves once the new...
DP What’s Up in Beer: Your Chinese New Year Beer Drinking Guide
Hello beer-heads!