This month, artists, musicians, and literature enthusiasts descend on our city for a month long surge of cultural activities. The March issue of the Beijinger takes a closer look at the JUE Festival and all of the unique happenings associated with this fabulous fiasco of events.
We went behind the scenes with the JUE Photography Workshop, where Tom Rippe passed on some valuable advice to future concert photographers. We interviewed the directors of Yangon Calling, and had the chance to ask a couple questions to Irish post rockers And So I Watch You From Afar.
We checked Jiadaokou's newest burger flipper, Katchup, in this month's FOOD & DRINK section. Then we dipped our hands in a little Korean street food with One Pot, and washed it all down with drinks at the new Hidden House and Drink House Whisky Bar.
In GO, we found out what Beijing's hottest DJs are sporting this winter, and in MEET we chat it up with former Joy Division bassist Peter Hook about his upcoming tour with The Light.
ECOLOGY, explores the glorious hobby of beekeeping, through the lens of an expert who believes introducing more colonies of these little honey-makers in urban environments could benefit our city's ecology and our health.
We also sifted through all the best EVENTS in Beijing this month, including a curated selection from this year's Bookworm Literary Festival. So click here and get informed about the best Beijing has to offer in March.
Look for the magazine around town and don't forget: the Beijinger's latest incarnation is optimized for reading on iPads; you can download it directly from our website or browse this month's edition on Issuu.com.