Pi Bar is an amalgam of quirks – but it just works.
by Flynn Murphy, 17 July 2019
This new Wangjing jazz bar has it all... Though we wouldn't mind dimmer lighting.
by Flynn Murphy, 14 June 2019
Bacchus was the god of wine and ecstasy in Ancient Rome. In modern Beijing, it's a stucco cube planted incongruously on the northeast rim of the Third Ring Road.
by Flynn Murphy, 06 May 2019
Guan'erdai energy hangs heavy in the air here.
by Flynn Murphy, 16 April 2019
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Great article though the"10cc" theory has been debunked:
April 14, 2020 at 4:48 am
I would like to point out that it's not possible for foreigners to have the QR Code on the 12306 app. I tried when I took the train from GZ to Futian two days ago, and I was always getting the "system's busy, please try again later". Called the customer care so many times, every time a different reply. The last person I spoke to basically said it's not available for holders of foreign passports at this time, and that the registration it's only for online purchase (!?). As usual, when it's about customer care for foreigners, they don't get any training at all, and they're always clueless...It's so frustrating...
December 9, 2019 at 0:46 am
It is really helpful tips!
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