Arts & Culture

By: Beijingdaze -

Summer is over folks and that is indeed time to rejoice. The people are coming back and so are the musicians. Everything should get back to normal...
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By: Cityweekend -

It’s time to spice things up on the crystal clear oceans, with passionate dancing, and incredibly hot flavors, México will parade its...
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By: Cityweekend -

  Spend a weekend at the Sunrise Kempinski hotel and get ready to Shake the Lake with a 1930's style boogie woogie music festival. The festival was...
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By: Cityweekend -

Neu future festival brings together bold minds from technology, science, music, the visual arts, film-making, and media to explore the opportunities...
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By: Cityweekend -

Disco, Hip Hop, Techno… Music trends come and go but there’s one stye that’s remained popular and the root modern music styles: classical. On...
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By: Robbinsadam -

Clowns have a bad reputation. If they’re not supremely evil villains (as in this fall’s It remake) they’re objects of pity. They challenge...
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By: Robbinsadam -

On a typically sweltering summer day, Beijing’s hip art-lovers paraded slowly into M WOODS’s latest exhibition: Heart of the Tin Man. It’s...
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By: Fakelovemusic -

NEU Future Festival brings together bold minds from technology and science, music, the visual arts, film-making and media to explore the...
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By: Cityweekend -

There’s something cool happening at The Opposite House. From August 1–24 the hotel’s latest artist in residence Luke Chriswell will be working...
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By: Robbinsadam -

A prop from Beijing's first  publicly performed gay-themed play, 2007 Beijing is constantly losing its past.  The Brickening of beloved hutong...
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By: Hparker -

On August 4th, Troy will be opening in Beijing. We sat down with the performers and the director to learn a little more about what they think of the...
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By: Robbinsadam -

Turn back to darker themes with Tristan und Isolde, Wagner’s supremely influential opera. Based on an equally legendary Celtic love triangle of...
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By: Robbinsadam -

We've become accustomed to Pop-Up Beijing as a cultural highlight in Sanlitun. Between their weekly screenings of classic films, fun international...
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By: Cityweekend -

Right now you can find 16-year-old artist Freddie Yu leading a group of Generation Z artists (all born after 2000) in a flash exhibition at Ginkgo...
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