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Things to do in China

  • China Central Television Headquarters

    The television headquarters will be the second-largest building in the world, after the Pentagon, and the architects Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren ... More
  • China Club

    To begin your Hong Kong culinary education, have your hotel wangle an invitation to Saturday brunch at the China Club, a members-only oasis taking ... More
  • Chinese Classics Bookstore

    The store carries a surprising breadth of products: from reproductions of communist-era comic books to artist's backpacks. More
  • Chinese Contemporary

  • Chinese Hand-Printed Blue Nankeen Exhibition Hall

    The exhibition hall displays samples of batik prints dating back to the 1890's. More
  • Chongwen

    The now-restored Legation Quarter, the fabulous Temple of Heaven, and bustling pearl and tea markets are the highlights of this neighborhood southe... More
  • Club JJ's

    A labyrinthine, two-level nightclub at the Grand Hyatt hotel, Club JJ’s is the place to rock out until the wee hours. Here the house band plays liv... More
  • D.Lounge

    A brick-walled gallery that, come night, morphs into a gathering spot for fashion designers and media types. The most creative drink: “emperor’s wh... More
  • D-22

    Don't be fooled by the fading paint and dusty velvet banquettes: the best young Chinese indie bands can be found cutting their teeth at this respec... More
  • Dashanzi Art District

    Also known as Factory 798, this Bauhaus-style complex houses the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art. More
  • Dazu Grottoes

    Outside, there are large and colorful carvings etched on the mountains, all portraying Chinese fables and ancient dynasties. Inside the temple, the... More
  • de Sarthe Fine Art

  • Design Republic

    Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu’s modern design and furniture boutique. More
  • Dongcheng

    The historical and geographical heart of Beijing, this district contains the Forbidden City and is crisscrossed by scores of atmospheric hutongs. M... More
  • Dropenling Handicrafts Center

    For the best selection of artisanal crafts, head to this nonprofit shop selling everything from scarves made from soft yak hair to embroidered door... More
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