- Date: June 19th, 17:30-22:00
- Location: Beijing Huguang Guild Hall
Beijing Huguang Guild Hall, like a palace of prince, was founded in 1807 and once the former home of high ranking officials in the Qing Dynasty. It's declared as a culture relic protection site of Beijing ,as well as the 100th museum of Beijing .It's a famous guild hall with opera house, and the first one that was restored as original pattern and open to the public. Many famous artists of Beijing Opera had given performances here .Audiences can enjoy both wonderful opera and service with Chinese characteristics together.
More information please click here: http://en.beijinghuguang.com/
- Date: June 20th, 17:30-22:00
- Location: Beihai Park & Fangshan Restaurant
Beihai Park is one of the oldest and most authentically preserved imperial gardens in China. It has a history of 1000 years. In the garden, pavilions and towers nestle amid the beautiful scenery of lakes and hills, grass and trees. Carrying on the traditions of garden landscaping of ancient China ,Beihai is a gem of garden art.
More information please click here: www.beihaipark.com.cn/en
Fangshan Restaurant was opened in 1925 by imperial chefs of the former Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), and now it is the most famous one offering the luxurious Imperial Court Cuisine. Here we can find the answer to a very interesting question: what did the past Chinese emperors eat every day? Let alone the traditional furnishings full of Chinese feature.
- Date: June 21st, 17:30-22:00
- Location: Lao She’s Teahouse
Lao She’s Teahouse is an exciting cultural place, which is named after the drama Teahouse by Chinese author, Lao She. Short shows are presented by comedians, singers, musicians, acrobats and opera performers. One can have a kaleidoscopic view of Beijing culture while sipping tea with light refreshment here.
- Date: June 22nd, 17:30-22:00
- Location:Si Shi Tong Tang Restaurant
The restaurant's name means four?generations?under?one?roof, and it's with old Beijing theme. Antique Corridors, lobby and rooms, old-fashioned wooden window, tables and chairs all add to thick old Beijing flavor, and especially, innovation dishes with brilliant?idea open?minds and?eyes?to a real?taste?feast.