Want to master the perfect Indian curry? The Hutong will host Chef Reshma for a curry cooking class on Tuesday. Learn how to make three quick and tasty variants from chicken curry to coconut shrimp curry.
At House of Knowledge Shunyi Campus, books appropriate for a variety of ages will be available, including picture books, early years literacy books, science books and more. Teachers on campus will also be there to help you with the book selection if needed. Come and join them to discover the treasure of knowledge! Additionally, House of Knowledge be hosting open days at their Chaoyang Park and Xinglong campuses to provide an opportunity for families to meet the school principal, teachers and learn about the Reggio Emilia education approach.
Book fair: Thu Dec 11 & Fri Dec 12, 8am-4.30pm; House of Knowledge (Shunyi). Open days: Tue Dec 10, 9-11.30am; House of Knowledge (Chaoyang Park) & Thu Dec 12, 9-11.30am; House of Knowledge (Xinglong), see event listing.
Fake Music Media is going out with a bang this year, putting together one hell of a gig on Wednesday night. Stop by Yue Space to catch pop-punk band The Hormones, indie project Nova Heart and Lxy.
Get to Camera Stylo on Thursday night for their weekly improv writing workshop. All attendees will write short prompts at the beginning of the meeting, exchange them and spend an hour writing a story from there.
Bringing a unique twist to the genre, Tokyo-based indie rock band indigo la End is hitting Beijing stages. Despite several changes in membership early in the band’s career, they have had a series of successful EPs and albums under their belt as well as performing at Countdown Japan’s New Year’s Festival in previous years. Let indigo la End’s upbeat and wistful music bop your head and move your feet.
Music festival WR/OC is back for another round this year, with California-based artists Lil Xan and Junoflo headlining. The event will host both local and international acts at Chaoyang Joy City venue MTA Space.
New Zealand-born singer-songwriter Luke Thompson performs an honest blend of folk, singing of road-weariness and the limbo between old and new. After an extensive tour around New Zealand, Australia, and Europe, Thompson took a hiatus from writing and performing, before his guitar beckoned the artist back into the realm of music. Enjoy his tender, autumnal compositions at the Omni Space this week.
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