Things to do during your 72 hours visa-free transit in Beijing

Will you spend some transit time in Beijing? Then you can now profit from the 72-hour visa-free transit policy that Beijing has to offer. This is a great opportunity to travel in Beijing and visit the capital of China. There is much to see in 72 hours.   Since January 1st 2013 visitors who hold […]


10 Things to do in Beijing.

Before you go on your Beijing tour probably you’ll have to plan it beforehand. What’s to see in Beijing? Where to go? Well, don’t panic and read this list of “Top 10 of things to see in your Beijing Tour” 1)      Forbidden City The Forbidden City was initially an imperial palace for the Ming and […]

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Acrobatics in Beijing.

On July 20, 2012, in Beijing, Entertainment, Nightlife, Nightlife, by Jack Li

If you travel to Beijing you will see that most of the tourist attractions are closed by six in the afternoon, which leaves you plenty of time in the evening to enjoy Beijing’s night life. And what’s better than an acrobatic show to end a fantastic day of Beijing tour? There are plenty of places […]

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At Melody KTV it’s your time to shine!

On July 19, 2012, in Beijing, China Travel Gossip, Nightlife, by Jack Li

Back in the U.S., I had always heard of the massive following karaoke had in China, but never knew I’d one day experience it myself. When I decided to travel to China, trying KTV was a definite priority. After my first week in Beijing, my life was finally blessed with the opportunity to take part […]

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Spending summertime in terraces

On July 18, 2012, in Beijing, Nightlife, Restaurants, Restaurants & Food, by Jack Li

When I travel to Beijing in summertime, I like to spend my days outside and relax in some terraces of this city sheltered from the beating sun. Even if all restaurants have air conditioner, and make you feel comfortable inside, nothing compares to a good time in a terrace (sometimes they are equipped with big […]

Got to Love The Gypsy Jazz Jam Session

On June 21, 2012, in Beijing, Entertainment, Ethnic Group Flavors, Nightlife, by Jack Li

Did you ever ponder what a gypsy/ Spanish pub would be like in China? Well I did not until I heard about a little place called Salud that is tucked in Sanlitun’s back streets. The word salud means health in Spanish not just physical but mental and social health as well and spending a night […]

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Way down in Kokomo, or is it up in Kokomo

On June 12, 2012, in Beijing, Nightlife, Nightlife, by Jack Li

If you don’t want to travel to Beijing because you don’t think China has a bumping night life you should book your tickets because Beijing is a city that harder than New York.  It is a city filled with numerous Beijing tours, tourist destinations during the day and some of the best clubs in the […]

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Let’s hear it for KTV!

On May 11, 2012, in Entertainment, Nightlife, Nightlife, by Jack Li

You’ve been busy all day and now it’s time to kick-back and let your hair down. Hitting the KTV clubs (Karaoke) in China is one of the funniest and most sociable ways in which to do this. KTV is quite estranged from the arch-typical trip to China, but sure enough, there may well be one […]

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Beijing: Home Away from Home

On April 19, 2012, in Beijing, Nightlife, Nightlife, by Jack Li

This article is intended for anyone who will travel to Beijing and stay long enough to feel they miss some comforts from their western homeland. Sure, the malls in Beijing offer plenty of outlets which you can find back home such as McDonalds, Zara and Starbucks; but outlined below are some venues where you can […]

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Freaky Friday

On January 13, 2012, in Beijing, Nightlife, Nightlife, by Jack Li

The origins of Black Friday date far back to the September 24, 1864 stock market disaster which saw gold prices plummet.  The term was re-appropriated in the late 1960s by a number of Newspapers in Philadelphia to describe the Friday following Thanksgiving Day, which is usually filled with consumer mayhem. Some believe the term was […]

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