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Sunday, July 22, 2018

Trees for Water – China. Exploring Forest Landscape Restoration for Beijing. - YouTube

Trees for Water – China. Exploring Forest Landscape Restoration for Beijing. - YouTube:


I Want to Be-leaf: Beijing's Polluted Skies Helps Trees Grow Better | the Beijinger

I Want to Be-leaf: Beijing's Polluted Skies Helps Trees Grow Better | the Beijinger: Forget what you know, ye survivors of the Airpocalyse! Though you may have learned to eke out your existence within hermetically-sealed homes and come to associate the phrase "carry protection at all times" with air filters, know that the same air pollution against which you frantically try to protect yourself also serve to make Beijing's trees grow better and stronger.


Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Beijing Fun Places - Volume III - Chaoyang Park (朝阳公园) - YouTube

Beijing Fun Places - Volume III - Chaoyang Park (朝阳公园) - YouTube:


Atlas Edges: Quality Cocktails at the Chaoyang Park Corner of the Map | the Beijinger

Atlas Edges: Quality Cocktails at the Chaoyang Park Corner of the Map | the Beijinger: Some cocktail lounges serve up strong enough drinks to leave you seeing double at the end of the night. But Atlas Edges will make you swear it’s happening from the moment you step inside. That’s because the slickly designed, recently opened Chaoyang Park-adjacent whiskey and cocktail joint has two bars on each wall, mirror image style. On the left, you have a cocktail bartender, and on the right is his colleague standing in front of shelves lined with whiskey from all corners of the globe.


Monday, July 16, 2018

Crossing the main intersection in Wudaokou, Beijing - YouTube

Crossing the main intersection in Wudaokou, Beijing - YouTube:


Wudaokou's Qing Dynasty Train Station Will Be Saved From Demolition | the Beijinger

Wudaokou's Qing Dynasty Train Station Will Be Saved From Demolition | the Beijinger: A Beijing train station that once belonged to China's earliest engineering feats of the modern era has been saved from the wrecking ball, making it one of the few survivors of an ongoing citywide urban rejuvenation campaign that has demolished hundreds of buildings.Local authorities have decided to preserve the century-old Qinghuayuan Railway Station as a local museum and community center as part of a future park named Wenchuan Gardens, reported Beijing Daily.


Sunday, July 15, 2018

A Street Breakfast in Beijing - YouTube

A Street Breakfast in Beijing - YouTube:


Beijing's 13th Subway Malfunction of the Year Shuts Down Line 4 During Morning Rush | the Beijinger

Beijing's 13th Subway Malfunction of the Year Shuts Down Line 4 During Morning Rush | the Beijinger: The latest of a long line of morning rush hour delays to strike the Beijing Metro occurred Wednesday morning when an unspecified malfunction shut down parts of Line 4, causing numerous commuters to be late for work.Northbound subway service on Line 4 suddenly stopped at 8.40am on Wednesday between Pinganli Station (Line 6 interchange) and Caishikou Station (Line 7 interchange). Subway announcements told subway patrons to use alternative transportation if they did not want to wait.


Thursday, July 12, 2018

Chinese Street Food Tour in Beijing, China 2018 - YouTube

Chinese Street Food Tour in Beijing, China 2018 - YouTube:


No.192 Bavaria Bakery: A Welcome Addition to Guijie | the Beijinger

No.192 Bavaria Bakery: A Welcome Addition to Guijie | the Beijinger: When we talk about Guijie, what jumps to your mind? Spicy crawfish, hot and spicy hot pot, endless queues, or long bouts of streetside drinking? As the new kid on the block, No.192 Bavaria Bakery eschews all those Guijie conventions and breathes some welcome fresh air into the neighborhood. Let's just say those who live nearby will be happy to see an authentic bakery open in place of yet another hot pot joint.


Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Best Roast Duck In Beijing, China (China Street Food) What To Eat In China - YouTube

Best Roast Duck In Beijing, China (China Street Food) What To Eat In China - YouTube:


Michelin-Recommended The Cut Steak & Fries Pops Up at InfraRouge, Jul 11-Aug 31 | the Beijinger

Michelin-Recommended The Cut Steak & Fries Pops Up at InfraRouge, Jul 11-Aug 31 | the Beijinger: This summer, the grill at InfraRouge will be sizzling like the temperatures outside as Michelin-recommend Shanghai steak restaurant The Cut Steak & Fries takes over the kitchen from Jul 11 to Aug 31. The pop-up means that Beijingers now don’t have to leave the capital to experience Michelin-standard casual dining.


Beijing Street Food - Chinese Traditional Crepe Jian Bing - YouTube

Beijing Street Food - Chinese Traditional Crepe Jian Bing - YouTube


Beefing Up China’s Red Meat Industry: Insiders Dish on China's Protein Prospects | the Beijinger

Beefing Up China’s Red Meat Industry: Insiders Dish on China's Protein Prospects | the Beijinger: These days, many a foodie wouldn’t blink at the sight of a pricey gourmet burger while perusing a menu. Yet that upscale trend would have been all but unthinkable when fast food beef and buns made their debut here in the late ‘80s, early ‘90s. “McDonald’s and KFC were both super successful when they arrived in China.


Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Beijing Street Food - Shrimp Tapioca Pancake - YouTube

Beijing Street Food - Shrimp Tapioca Pancake - YouTube:


Chai-ed Favorites Find New Life in Chaoyang Joy City's Upscale Woodstage Canteen | the Beijinger

Chai-ed Favorites Find New Life in Chaoyang Joy City's Upscale Woodstage Canteen | the Beijinger: It's no secret that the crackdown on Beijing’s streetside businesses over the past 18 months has coincided with a boom in mall dining. But we’ve yet to see such a pointed example of what Beijing's future F&B may hold as with Chaoyang Joy City's new Woodstage cafeteria, which is coordinated by the same team that started the Woodstock of Eating festivals throughout Beijing.


Thursday, July 5, 2018

DEEP Chinese Street Food Tour in Beijing, China | BEST Unknown Street Foods + PEKING DUCK - YouTube

DEEP Chinese Street Food Tour in Beijing, China | BEST Unknown Street Foods + PEKING DUCK - YouTube


EAT: Graham Elliot at NUO, Breakfast at 3 Little Pigs, Set Lunch at Hulu, Beer Masterclass at Little Creatures | the Beijinger

EAT: Graham Elliot at NUO, Breakfast at 3 Little Pigs, Set Lunch at Hulu, Beer Masterclass at Little Creatures | the Beijinger:


Beijing Transport and Hutong Adventure - YouTube

Beijing Transport and Hutong Adventure - YouTube


Rock-Hard Buns: Cheap Burgers, Beer, and a DIY Ethos Make QS a Late-Night Favorite | the Beijinger

Rock-Hard Buns: Cheap Burgers, Beer, and a DIY Ethos Make QS a Late-Night Favorite | the Beijinger: In the wake of our 2018 Beijing Burger Festival and the ongoing Burger Cup, our Rock-Hard Buns series will whet your appetite by taking a look at those vendors who slung their wares at the veritable meat fest that just past. Remember to vote for your favorite here!


Sunday, July 1, 2018

Down to Earth – International Hutong Homes - YouTube

Down to Earth – International Hutong Homes - YouTube


Start Your Day Right With Obentos' New Breakfast Menu | the Beijinger

Start Your Day Right With Obentos' New Breakfast Menu | the Beijinger: Now that Beijing's sweltering summer days are upon us, leaving our bodies screaming for light and healthy food, Obentos has heeded our call. After all, the Japanese inspired Grand Summit eatery has long been one of our go-to's for guilt-free fare. This summer they've upped the ante with a new seasonal menu rife with breakfast options to get you up and out in the morning.


Walk Through Beijing Hutongs, Old Beijing Town - Shopping In Old Beijing City - Beijing China - YouTube

Walk Through Beijing Hutongs, Old Beijing Town - Shopping In Old Beijing City - Beijing China - YouTube


Café de la Poste Revamps Menu, Keeps Same Old Messy Charm | the Beijinger

Café de la Poste Revamps Menu, Keeps Same Old Messy Charm | the Beijinger: Truth be told, I haven't been to Café de la Poste since my more untoward, fresh-little-face-in-Dongcheng days – times when my body could run on nothing more than two baozi and 10 glasses of Beijing draft beer (the fact that they were 5 kuai a pop didn't hurt).