CK Culture Boutique, which is part of Cultural Keys Ltd., an expat-owned and run company based in Beijing, stocks genuine Chinese cultural products, gifts, and original works of art. From classic Chinese Feiyue shoes, to crafted calligraphy, if you’re looking for Chinese culture related products, CK Culture Boutique is a good place to start.
Besides products, you can also find out information about the culture classes CK run in their Tongzhou culture center, as well as their martial arts classes in Beijing and at other iconic locations around China, and the services they offer to both residents and visitors to Beijing.
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User reviews of CK Culture Boutique
As a martial arts practitioner for most of my life, I highly recommend CK Martial Hearts, the stuff in butique is of high quality, I haven't been able to buy real feiyue for years, until I found CK Martial Hearts, and the service is also excelent. If you like Chinese martial arts, you should definitly try their programs and classes.
Bought 3 pairs of Fei Yue from these guys a couple of weeks ago and am very happy with my purchases, plus the prices are fantastic (beats a 700kuai pair of nikes any day).
They also sell kung fu related clothing and bags as well as some other things, also from what I've seen the Shaolin trips they organize are the real deal and looking pretty damn awesome!
Definately worth popping by and checking the place out, if not just to sit down and talk kung-fu for a bit
This is a tiny little shop tucked inside the heaving mess of the 258 Electronics Mall, but if you want to find Feiyue shoes in Beijing, this is THE place to go. (And you really should go if you want to buy Feiyue--they sizing is so wonky that you'll be glad you tried them on before buying.)
They have several styles and colors of the shoes, in the full range of sizes (from teeny kids' Feiyue to sizes to accommodate bigger laowai feet), and all are very reasonably priced (the most expensive I saw were 80 kuai, and I think the cheapest were 40).
The shop bills itself as a "Kung Fu Boutique", so they carry kung fu t-shirts and trousers, as well as bags, beads and magnets. The owners also run kung fu study tours in Shaolin Temple, and they can tell you about it them there. (The owners are an English couple, so fret not if your Chinese is not up to scratch.)
Cool little place!