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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...
Wokipedia: V is for ... vegetarianism, venison, vermicelli
Wokipedia is a regular magazine column in which we introduce aspects of Chinese gastronomy, one letter at a time. This issue, 'V' gets the treatment...
Basking in the Sun Part 2: Where to Appreciate Beijing Summer
The season we have been dreaming about is finally here: It’s time to grab your friends, and head to one of these rooftops, patios, and courtyards for...
Best of the Blog: May/June 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...
Three Days in Yangon: A City on the Rise
Yangon is a city on the rise. Once known as Rangoon, Myanmar’s largest city offers tropical breezes, a vibrant and surprisingly cosmopolitan urban...
What's Happening: The Most Important Dates of May/June 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...
Basking in the Sun Part 1: Where to Appreciate Beijing Summer
The season we have been dreaming about is finally here: It’s time to grab your friends, and head to one of these rooftops, patios, and courtyards for...
Psych Rock Extended Family: Interview with Gate to Otherside Ahead of Their May 13 School Bar LP Release
Most bands write love songs, but few live out romantic fairytales quite like Gate to Otherside. At least that’s how it sounds when you hear about the...
Nibbles and Sips: May/June 2016 Edition
The third and fourth months of the year have been tough on some Beijing restaurants and their loyal customers, as swathes of construction across the...
Online Now: Drink and Dine Al Fresco With Our Favorite Rooftops, Courtyards, and Patios in the May/June Issue
After the rebirth following a long, dreary Beijing winter, there’s nothing quite so freeing as to sit on a Beijing rooftop sipping on a cold glass of...
Day at the Museum: Exploring Beijing's Best Collections
Just because you’ve been to one Beijing museum, definitely doesn’t mean you’ve seen them all. Whether you’re new to the city, or just haven’t seen a...
Slow Boats and Caravans: Great Explorers in Chinese History
China was never closed to the world. The myth of Chinese civilization huddled behind the Great Wall, isolated and insular, is as much a product of...
R Playlist: Yiling Lin, Gig coordinator at Blue Note Beijing
From jazz infused rap to classic bluesy guitar licks, the songs on Yiling Lin’s ultimate playlist are eclectic yet clearly linked. That’s because the...