Blog Tag - The Beijinger Magazine

Hutong Living: Modern Day Life in an Old School Courtyard
“You realize the romanticism of courtyard living wore off for me in the first 14 years of my life? Also, the pipes in the bathroom are frozen again...
Ko Tao: Catch Your Breath on Turtle Island
Thailand’s Ko Tao, also known as Turtle Island, has the best of both tropical worlds: incredible beaches made to lounge on and deep blue waters...
Chill Out: A Guide to Popular Chinese Cold Dishes
With the steamy Beijing summer firmly upon us, our thoughts are turning to fresher, lighter dishes and cold salads. Chinese cuisine boasts a wide...
Wokipedia: W is for... Wenchang Chicken, Wood Ear, Wosun, Wotou
Wokipedia is a regular magazine column in which we introduce aspects of Chinese gastronomy, one letter at a time. This issue, 'W' gets the treatment...
Stat: Last Year Beijing's Average Rent Per Square Meter Was RMB 71.24
Last year’s data from Diyi Caijing puts Beijing’s average rent in the not-so-desirable spotlight as China’s highest. The average rent per month, per...
Back for More: Biteapitta is Beijing's Best Best for a Quick Bite
There are restaurants that have been around so long that they seem to be part of the very foundation of the Beijing foodie scene. Restaurants like...
P.S. We Ate You July/August 2017 Edition
Every issue's P.S. We Ate You, we like to shine a spotlight on the most delicious dishes we’ve stumbled upon recently in Beijing. Chow down! seasonal...
What's Happening: The Most Important Dates of July/August 2017
Below you'll find some of the most important dates and exciting events in the coming two months. Remember that you can find a comprehensive list of...
Nibbles and Sips: July/August 2017 Edition
Following much anticipation in recent weeks, Migas Mercado (pictured above) in China World Mall has officially opened. Departing from the style of...
Back for More: Punjabi Indian Restaurant
It takes something special to stay afloat for one year in the choppy waters of Beijing’s restaurant scene, let alone 10, but that is just what...
Best of the Blog: July/August 2017 Edition
Every issue we tally the hits from theBeijinger.com and bring you the most viewed blogs from our website. Read on to see which blogs were the most...
Now Online!: The Beijinger July/August Issue
“I can’t wait to rush around the city checking out empty houses. There are just so many great homes to choose from!” said nobody in Beijing, ever....
Jiangxi Provincial Government Restaurant: Better Than Dunkin’ Donuts
Jiangxi Province was home to the first revolutionary base set up by Mao Zedong in the early days of the communist movement. Hence, we felt it only...
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. The...
While You Were Sleeping: May's New Beijing Bar and Club Openings
Weren't paying attention? Apparently neither were we, as we only just realized we're now in June. June! How time passes. Without further ado, we hope...