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Q: Is there any place here in Beijing where foreigners get together?

I am curious if anyone who has been here longer than I might know a popular place for foreigners, like clubs, bars anything?

7 years 20 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Have you tried the pages and pages and pages of things-to-do in the Beijinger?  www.thebeijinger.com  and no, I don't work for that magazine.

 

In fact, the owner and I are barely on speaking terms.  He thinks too much of himself and I don't think enough of myself.

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Haven't heard of it until now. Thank you and I will look into tomorrow. Thank you for your friendly advise.

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There are many many, if you walk into a place like modernista or Mai bar you can forget you are in China - except for the billows of smoke in doors of course. But yes thebeijinger, and smartbeijing are good for finding places to go. 

 

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