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  • The Gran Fondo Craze Has Reached The Middle Kingdom

    On the back of a “cycling-for-leisure” revolution boom in the populous nation of China, the Gran Fondo has only just starting to gain traction, but the inaugural 2014 Colorful Yunnan Gran Fondo was proof that the concept can work.

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  • Hutong Staff Spotlight: Michelle Tang

    Michelle is one of the newest additions to The Hutong Crew, but is a veteran to Beijing’s culinary scene. Formerly the General Manager at Black Sesame Kitchen, Michelle brings her love of Chinese cuisine to our courtyard (with her fondness for dumplings evidenced in the picture above). Below are some fun facts from our new Culinary & Courtyard Director, but they

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  • ’Twas two weeks before Christmas, in an old hutong….The Winter Fayre on Saturday!

    Our Winter Fayre is this Saturday. We are proud to be supporting the charity Bethel China as well as partnering with The Beijinger to put on the last (and best!) holiday fair in Beijing this season. It also inspired me (or maybe it was the mulled wine…) to adapt/desecrate a beloved holiday verse.

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  • Dulwich College Shanghai: Scientific Scenes Across the Steppe

    Dulwich College Shanghai students chased the wind across Inner Mongolia on a scientific and cultural exploration this past October on a program organized by The Hutong.

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  • Winter Merchandise

    This year’s winter gifts at The Hutong include a selection of goodies inspired by Chinese cuisine! T-Shirts: Our range of T-shirts are inspired by some of our favorite elements of everyday Chinese culinary culture. 牛肉面 – Niu Rou Mian: We can get a bit obsessive over beef noodles, maybe it’s the fragrant broth, the toppings or the succulent chunks of beef

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