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No.188 Waidajie, Andingmen, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing, 100011, China
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Performance arts in beijing

by cassandra112

Hi, our family is planning to visit BeiJing in March, and we are looking forward to watching some live shows like Chinese Opera or acrobatics since we have heard a lot about them.

Does anyone have an idea where we can find tickets for these types of shows? I've found some places online, but am kind of scared they're overpriced and poorly done for tourists who don't know better :/ We don't want to get into a tourist trap or get ripped off!

Also, how many days in advance do you usually have to book them?

Re: Performance arts in beijing

by chrisbilal

I was able to arrange tickets to the Beijing Opera house through my hotel around 2 days before the performance.

Maybe ask them to arrage it for you?

Re: Performance arts in beijing

by lindyz

Hi Cassandra, I would highly recommend the acrobatic show at Chaoyang Theatre, we saw this show in September last year and it was truly amazing. Shows are either from 5.15-6.15 or from 7.15-8.30, and we saw the later show. I have a phone number for them it is 65071818.
Our ticket was a 280 rmb ticket which our guide kindly bought for us cheaper, as he buys in bulk, for only 120rmb. Alvin was our guide for a day, to the Great Wall, Lama Temple and the acrobatic show.
I am sure your Hotel will arrange tickets for you, or if you are still in need of a guide, I would certainly recommend Alvin, please ask me for more details if you need them.
I am pretty sure by memory the ticket prices ranged from about 180rmb up to about 480rmb, if that helps at all with you trying to work out prices, this Theatre does have a website, Ill look for it and post back.

Re: Performance arts in beijing

by lindyz


This was the website for the Theatre.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Forbidden City on National Day

by Confucius

If you are in Beijing on October 1 then you might as well join the crowds at Tiananmen Square. If you want to use the bathroom, you'll have to also join the crowds getting in line (see photo) You can enter the Forbidden City and purchase a special ticket to mount the front gate's rostrum and experience the same view Mao Zedong and previous emperors had of Tiananmen Square. The gift kiosk sells a time stamped souvenir certificate so that you can prove you really were there on National Day.

Also, once you enter the Forbidden City through the Tiananmen Gate on October 1, you can not exit through the same door. As a crowd control measure on National Day, authorities keep pedestrian traffic one way and make people exit through the east gate onto Wangfujing.

During this period, Beijing's...

by o00o

During this period, Beijing's famous fortified walls were torn down to make way for a ring road like Moscow's. This is part of it, looking North on Chaoyangmen Nan Dajie from Jianguomennei Dajie. Beijing is now circled by 4 ring roads and a fifth one is under construction.

Wushu Training with the Beijing Wushu Team

by narom

Chinese Wushu, or Martial Arts, is one of the great cultural treasures of China. And one of the best places to study wushu (especially modern wushu) is Beijing, China.

Modern Wushu is broken up into two main disciplines, forms competition/training (taolu) and fighting competition/training (sanshou/sanda). Whether your interests are in looking amazing and showing off your moves, or in learning to defend and attack with the best, you can find what you're looking for with wushu.

If you are familiar with Jet Li, the world-famous movie star, then you already know what wushu is. In fact Jet is a former member of the Beijing Wushu Team which trains at the Shi Cha Hai Sports School located on Dian Men Da Jie next to Hou Hai.

Not only is wushu training a great way to get in shape, but it's a really wonderful way to learn about Chinese culture, language, and bond with local Chinese in a way you just can't do by touring the Great Wall for an afternoon.

At Shi Cha Hai's facility they not only have top of the line training, coaching and equipment, but a wonderful 3 - 4 star hotel with an arboretum and it's just a hop-skip and jump from Hou Hai and Lotus Lane. For most wushu training you need nothing more than comfortable workout clothes (t-shirt and sweats or shorts), some joint supports if you need them (knee brace or ankle brace) and a soft pair of shoes. You can find training shoes at most of the training locations in Beijing (I recommend picking up a pair of feiyue's for taolu training). Aside from that, just bring your grit, determination, and a big old bottle of water.

Almost everyone makes it here: Wang Fu Jing

by xuessium about Wangfujing Street

Guess it's inevitable. You have to get here somehow. Even if you have zero dollars and have nothing to buy, you'll take a glance at least once.

The shopping artery of Beijing, rivalling Xidan to the west of the city. Wang Fu Jing Street [王府井大街] is off-limits to cars and other motor vehicles (aside from the blue-coloured tour trolley). Come here and see modern boutiques and shopping malls, sip coffee in Starbucks and star-gaze at branded goods.

The street was named during the Qing Dynasty, when a well full of sweet water was discovered. As there were eight aristocratic estates and princess residences in the area, soon after, the street received its name: "Wang Fu" (=aristocratic residence), "Jing" (=well).

The landmark Beijing Hotel (looking remarkably Socialist) marked the start of the street from the south which is about where you will get out after exiting Wang Fu Jing subway station. At the north end, turning left, will connect you to Dong Hua Men Night Market.

Old and new buildings tried their best to squeeze the life out of each other along the street, with side alleys branching off, loaded with the fruits of restaurants. One of the main side branches will lead you to the Wang Fu Jing Street of Snacks. Anything money can buy you. How deep is your pocket?

National Day

by wwliu about Tiananmen by Night

I was went to took picture with Tiananmen in Natioanl Day in 2004. Everyyear's National Day always is the most crowded and busiest time in Tiananmen. Millions tourist together in Beijing and watch raising or lowering the flag. For celebrating the birthday of China, all light must open what make Tiananmen looks very beautiful. I like festival althought there are always lots lots lots of people. Only in festival, the light will open illuminate half of sky and ebullient sense fill in air. Up to you


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