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Q: Is there single's club in Beijing?

9 years 1 week ago in  Lifestyle - China

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0 this dating website has single mixers monthly all over china you need to get someone who could read chinese though it was my saving grace in hohhot it cost 160rmb in hohhot a year ago i dont know now. but if you are looking for pick up bars here's a list

Ou Thai Restaurant

A slight air of sadness hovers over this Beijing Thai restaurant. Iron chairs and multi-colored cushions create a pleasant but cold atmosphere at this restaurant, which is a key gathering point of several of Beijing’s most attractive women. Address: 32 Yandaixie Street, Xicheng, Beijing

Lotus Bar

Thousands of decorations, scarves and shawls, create a graceful, unique, and distinctly feminine atmosphere at the Lotus Bar, and the venue is one of Beijing’s more glamourous nightspots.

The interior decor of the bar is done in reds and greens to conjure up the image of the lotus flower and many beautiful patrons are drawn to its scent. Address: 29 Yandaixie Street, Shichahai, Xicheng, Beijing

Wen Shi Coffee

A scenic adventure begins at the entrance of Daoguan gate and continues through the intertwining halls of Wen Shi Coffee.

The seemingly casual decoration of the cafe belies a deeper, more clandestine mystery and the venue is a great place for intimate conversations. Address: 37 Yandaixie Street, Xicheng, Beijing

Loveshine Bar

Located outside of the southern wall of the Beijing Institute of Technology, the Loveshine Bar is an innocent and sentimental venue that is a favorite local hangout for Beijing girls and their admirers.

Delicate elements of the bar include its pink interiors, a butterfly wind bell, and a flying veil. Address: 12 Back Sea Lake, North Bank, Xicheng, Beijing

Cherry Season

The bar is also called “seven and a half” and on the outside wall is a line from pop singer Han Lei which reads, “Are you tired after a long journey?” The sentiment touches on the hearts of women who are worn out and world-weary from searching for love.

The Cherry Season itself combines the two totally opposite states of “loud” and “silent,” offering an area for live music performances and an area for silent relaxation. In this “silent” bar, a holy moon is added on the fake window, creating a fairytale-like atmosphere. Address: 3 Weigongcun Road, Haidian, Beijing

C’est La Vie

The name is derived from a novel of the same title and the red sofas and smooth decor in the bar create a cozy and comfortable ambience.

Located in Sanlitun, the C’est La Vie exudes an introspective and solitary vibe, and serves as a more serene alternative to the other boisterous bars of Sanlitun. Address: Sanlitu Bar Street, Chaoyang, Beijing

Public Space Bar

Formerly named “the White Room”, the Public Space Bar is decorated with black and brown granite counters red fabrics, and dark green chairs giving it the regal and indestructible feel of a European castle. Address: 50 Sanlitun Road (N), Chaoyang, Beijing

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A: Going to HK would be the best bet I reckon, especially if you were loo
A:Going to HK would be the best bet I reckon, especially if you were looking for a church wedding. Chinese weddings are pretty grim IMO - you go to a barren govt dept with souless officials and navigate red tape so some guy can give you a red stamp and a marriage book. You get expensive pictures taken of you both posing in places you'd never go to in everyday life that is somehow supposed to represent your wedding, then a while later it's off to a restaurant where a game show host kind of guy makes sure it's as tacky as possible while the guests eat as fast as they can so they can leave as soon as they finish eating and gave you money. Hell, I'd go to Thailand or the Philippines and get married in Paradise.   -- Stiggs