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Free temple fair tickets available in Beijing
Beijing cultural authorities have announced the municipal government is going to hand out 200,000 temple fair tickets to residents in the capital free of charge.
Beijing tops Chinese cities in spending
Beijing retained its crown as China's biggest shopping city in 2015, as online shopping fever continued to buoy retail sales and drove more old brands to open online stores.
JD.com tests drone delivery in rural China
Online Chinese retailer JD.com announced Thursday it is conducting trial deliveries using unmanned aerial vehicles, otherwise known as drones, and plan to roll it out for delivery in rural China.
A taste of the Spring Festival for foreigners
Foreign friends in Beijing got a chance to experience Chinese traditional Spring Festival culture on Wednesday.
'Shakespeare Lives' launched in Beijing
The British Council and the GREAT Britain campaign launched the Shakespeare Lives program to celebrate the works and influence of the world's most performed playwright.
Beijing to tighten security for holiday events
Beijing Police on Thursday announced heightened security measures for major events scheduled over the upcoming Spring Festival holiday and Lantern Festival.
China stages first driving school IPO
Eastern Pioneer Driving School in Beijing is expected to become the first Chinese driving school to go public.
McDonald's opens 'Experience of the Future' restaurant in Beijing
McDonald's has unveiled its "Experience of the Future" flagship restaurant in downtown Beijing's Wangfujing Street.
Beijing to support flextime in CBD to ease traffic
Both private and public sector employers in some of Beijing's iconic areas will be encouraged to adopt flexible working times amid efforts to solve traffic congestion, an official said.
Foreigners fill in Spring Festival courier gap
If one day during Spring Festival, your door bell rings and a young foreigner is at your door with your parcels, don't be surprised.
Support lacking for car ban plan in Beijing
A controversial proposal to ban half of Beijing's vehicles from the roads on alternate days during the winter would only be a stopgap measure, experts have warned.
Families of expats can stay longer
Foreign family members of Chinese citizens will be eligible for a two-year residency permit in Beijing based on a family visit visa, according to the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau.
BAIC BJEV announces ambitious 5-year plan
BAIC Group's electric car making arm, Beijing Electric Vehicle Co, has announced its five-year plan for developing new-energy vehicles, after topping the domestic new-energy vehicle market in terms of volume.
Simpsons stores coming soon
Flagship stores of the Simpsons, the first global outlets of the United States animated sitcom, are scheduled to open in Beijing and Shanghai in the first half of this year.
Beijing reports 6.9-pct GDP growth in 2015
Beijing's GDP growth was 6.9 percent in 2015 and it will maintain steady growth for the next year, the statistics bureau announced Thursday.
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