Original post on SmartBeijing.com, Dec 13th, 2012 | In Dining

There are a lot of quote-unquote “tacos” available out there in Beijing — a lot of almost-tacos, sort of-tacos, not quite-tacos. A lot of tacos we eat and, [...]

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Originally published on SmartBeijing.com, Jan 21st, 2013 | In Dining Huguosi Jie is an ancient street named after the no-longer-existing Huguosi Temple in Xicheng District. During the Qing dynasty, the Huguosi Temple Fair was held on the eighth day of every month of the lunar [...]

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Original article published on SmartBeijing.com, Dec 12th, 2012 | In Dining

It’s Saturday morning, whether you caroused about Beijing, merrily mixing the wrong drinks (or the right ones) and danced your way into appealing antics (or unappealing ones), [...]

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The annual Capital M Literary Festival begins March 2, celebrating the best in fiction, literary non-fiction, journalism, arts, poetry and more with a glorious mix [...]

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Sitting at home tonight in my apartment in Sanlitun neighborhood of Beijing, I sit with a glass of Laphroaig, listening to The XX‘s album CoExist, while fireworks crack and pow through the night and bounce off [...]

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Beijing, China – I asked a handful of chefs for their favourite spots around town to take friends from out of town, go on a date, comfort their appetites, or let loose after a day in the kitchen. Here are a few of their responses which lend great insight as to where else their seasoned [...]

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