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  Beijing Scene

Beijing Scene, Volume 7, Issue 11, March 31 - April 6
CHINA'S BEST BILINGUAL LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

FEATURE STORY: Chaoyang Paradiso
With the city trying to diffuse the popularity of dark and divey Sanlitun, Chaoyang Park is undergoing a US$73 million refurbishment to become a recreational hub for all your dining and entertainment needs.

CD SCENE: Cobra II and Cold Blooded Animals
Latest offerings from Chinese bands

GO WOO!: To Dye For
Want to shock your friends? Don't bother shaving yourself a mohawk, just do some semi-permanent dye damage to your head instead.

ZHAO LE: March 31 - April 6, 2000
BEIJING'S BEST DAILY EVENTS GUIDE!

Picks! Picks! Picks! Art Scene, Cinema Scene, Exhibition Scene,
Stage Scene, Kids Scene, Sports Scene

ZHAO LE: IN CHINESE!
http://www.beijingscene .com/cn/zhaole/zhaole.html

SCENE CLASSIFIEDS: Jobs, jobs, jobs...
Employment Offered, Employment Sought, For Sale/Wanted,
Housing Available/Sought, Services, Personals, Announcements

CULTURE SCENE: Mondo Bizzaro
Powerful, provocative, and downright odd--the impromptu performance art of Beijing-based Luo Zidan is coming to a dumpster near you.

BEST BITES: Woo Me Cafe
Tired of bloody marys without celery or Worcestershire sauce? Woo Me Cafe does classic cocktails right.

COMRADE LANGUAGE: Two Characters Good, Four Characters Better
Take Comrade's advice and use your time here to learn a little idiomatic Chinese. As they say, ji bu ke shi, shi bu zai lai--opportunity knocks but once.

IN SHORT ... From the Chinese Press
The Living Dead, Mainland Murder Mystery, Shafted, Monkey Business, Villain or Victim?, Copycat Kidnappers

ASK AYI: Identity Crisis
Can't tell Right from Wong? Let Ayi unravel the mysteries of Chinese surnames.

FYI: I Want my CCTV!?
China Central Television Channel 4 offers a bit more than your average mix of cross-talk shows and Qing dynasty soap operas. CCTV 4 airs interesting English-language programs on a daily basis.

 

 








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