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06 News From All Over Obama names new ambassador
10 Bar and Nightlife Awards! Pick your poison, and vote online 12 Go to the Beach Summer's here, where should you be?
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Changing China Bicycles to BMWs Asa
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What was your fir st experience in China? I first visite China in 1994 on d business, and ende d up taking six we to travel around. I eks remember standing at an intersection and watching the bicycles flowing lik e converging rivers was as if the coun . It try had been kept in a time capsule only very recently an d begun to emerge. I knew at the time that I was experie ncing something very special that wo not be seen again uld . It was a glimpse into the past, a vo back in time. That yage first trip was impo rtant to me. I alway knew I would retur s n. And now? It's sta ggering how in su a short period, mo ch dern China has be come so sophistica and in a position of ted world leadership. It makes me very optimistic about th e next ten years. I'm fascinated to keep learning about Ch ina. I think it's impo rtant to adopt a mo re international persp ective.
What was your community like growing up? I grew up in a small town in Shandong and my world was very limited. Like most boys my age, I had a patriotic dream to visit our nation's capital, but we didn't have enough money, so we just learned about it from TV. How has your world changed? Now the whole world is open to travel and business. Working in the foreign trade industry, I often travel to Guangdong, Shanghai, Hong Kong...and Beijing. Was it everything you hoped? Although I see many new people and places, I still prefer to be at home with my wife and newborn son. What kind of world do you want for your son? When I was young, I was simple. I wanted to be a scientist—maybe a physicist. But I couldn't follow my path; I had to earn a living. I hope my son can have a more carefree life and be able to choose a career based on his interests, not just the need to get by.
What were your early impressions of China? In 1984, I came to China for a business trip. The highway from Shenzhen to Fuzhou was still being built so there were no lights or trafficâ€”just the army stopping us about five times along the way. Most people were wearing blue jackets and very drab clothing. I went to Beijing in winter and visited the Great Wall. There were no other tourists; I stood alone in the snow, imagining myself a Chinese soldier waiting for invaders to approach. What is your interest in history? I'm retired from banking and now deal in old maps and prints, having amassed a collection from all the places I've lived these past thirty years. I enjoy how science, art, and religion are reflected in the maps, and seeing history as people saw it at the time.
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REDSTAR CHRONICLE SINOCES China's largest consumer electronics showcase will run from 9 - 12 July at Qingdao International Convention Center on Miaoling Lu, and this year will feature the Best Of Innovations 2009 - an exhibition showcasing some of the most unique developments in household technology from around the world. It is the only time in this year's circuit that this particular segment will feature, aside from the flagship exhibition in Las Vegas. Last year's SINOCES received more than 62,000 visitors, and displayed exhibitions by 500 companies from around the globe. According to research by the Consumer Electronics Association, the Chinese market will account for 14.5% of global spending on electronics this year.
in the loop
On 23 April, Qingdao played host to the navies of 14 nations, who in a series of processions and joint exercises, flexed their military muscle and showed off new technologies. The event was scheduled to commemorate the founding of the PLA Navy, and its overarching theme was that, "China would never seek hegemony, nor would it turn to arms races with other nations."
Despite the rhetoric, the show appears to have ruffled some feathers - one week later, Vietnam purchased six new diesel powered submarines from Russia, and one month later, Australia published a
$74bn, twenty year plan to beef up its own navy, so that it would be ready to combat a "major power adversary." Image ÂŠ cqvip
Playing the field Major Real Estate Purchase Downtown A consortium led by Shanghai Shimao has purchased land covering an area of 240,000mÂ˛ (or 40 football fields) near Donghai Xi Lu, for just shy of RMB1bn. The developers plan to use the area for residential, retail and office buildings as well as new hotels.
The middle kingdom embarked on further large scale cooperation with south American nations last month, signing into effect a huge $10bn deal to access Brazilian oil over the next decade. Because China's governmentcontrolled banks are willing to extend huge loans for long-term energy security, large deals such as these are possible. The $10bn loan will entitle China to receive up to 200,000 barrels per day, as well as provide engineering technology to the South American state. Chief Executive of Brazil's state-owned
conglomerate Petrobras, Sergio Gabrielli said of making these large deals with China, "There isn't someone in the US that can sit down and have these discussions." In March, China overtook the US as Brazil's biggest trading partner. This is one of many deals struck between China and the nations of South America recently - China's thirst for resources is credited with dampening the effects of the financial crisis in the region. Meanwhile, China sharply reduced its purchase of US bonds through
February and March, an act that prompted Mark Kirk, member of the House Appropriations Committee, to state that, "[They] appear to have, quietly and with deference and politeness, have cancelled America's credit card." Wen Jiabao has recently voiced concern about Chinese investment in the US, even hinting at replacing the Dollar as the standard exchange currency, with a basket of currencies, including the Euro, Yen and Sterling.
Origins of Algae
Village idiot re-invents the wheel
Satellite images revealed that the cause was a rapid expansion of farmed seaweed, that occurred around 200km south of Qingdao, which moved northwards with the tide, growing en route. The initial phases of the bloom were identified by NASA satellites Terra and Aqua, occupying an area of around 80km², located off the coast of Jiangsu Province.
The algal bloom that afflicted Qingdao at the start of the Olympics last summer was not the result of excessive pollution. This was the result of a study, published in the Marine Pollution Bulletin last month.
By the time the algae arrived in Qingdao, it covered 600km² and weighed over one million tonnes - the largest bloom of this kind ever recorded. The particular species of algae is not native to this area, and is farmed, usually to be sold as food. Image © Patrick Wilson Dyer
Emergency fund established The Asian Development Bank's annual meeting concluded that Asian governments must spend more to develop social safety nets and reduce reliance on export-driven economic growth, as a lack of western demand for products has put many Asian economies into free fall. 13 nations including China. Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN states are to set up an emergency fund amounting to $120bn, a scheme dubbed the Chiang Mai Initiative. The smaller Asian states will be able to borrow larger amounts in proportion
to their investments than those more-developed. China and Japan will contribute the lions share, in equal parts totaling $76.8bn. South Korea will also contribute a substantial amount. The ADB warned that 61 million people would remain in extreme poverty this year because of the economic situation, and warned this number could increase to 160 million if slow growth continues next year.
Jon Huntsman, Republican senator for Utah, has extensive experience in Asia, having worked as a mormon missionary in Taiwan, during which period he attained fluency in
Mandarin, and having served briefly as the US's ambassador to Singapore. One of his seven children was adopted from China. Viewed as a progressive and forward-thinking member of the Republican Party, his stances on issues such as same-sex marriages, reforming the health care system and the environment display a willingness to move beyond stereotypical ideologies.
China to Open SE To Foreign Companies The Chinese Government concluded an agreement with Britain that will eventually allow foreign companies to list on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, in an effort to improve China's stock market and the accessibility of the local business environment. The talks, held at the start of May, were led by UK Chancellor Darling and China's VP Wang Qishan. A spokesperson said, "China agrees to allow qualified foreign companies to list on its stock exchange through issuing shares in accordance with relevant prudential regulations," though a time frame for the new regulations has not yet been established.
The US appoints new ambassador to China President Barack Obama backed up his push for bipartisanism in the shadow of the worldwide recession by appointing one of the Republican Party's rising stars as the new ambassador of China.
A Qingdao retiree with too much time on his hands has invented a bicycle. The front wheel is pentagonal, the back wheel triangular. He claims it is useful for weightwatching cyclists as it is more difficult to pedal. He's looking for funding, to get the bike in mass production. Good luck to him. Image © Band
Obama said at the appointment, "Given the breadth of issues at stake in our relationship with China, this ambassadorship is as important as any in the world, because the US will be best able to deal effectively with global challenges in the 21st century by working in concert with China." Image © reuters
I will underscore today that the “information asymmetry and the non-objective, unfair and one-sided information is another reason for the financial crisis Xinhua Vice President Lu Wei lectures western media, bankers and policymakers in Shanghai, Saturday 16 March
Stage & Screen Comedy Returns!
Punchline is back; we're In Deep The night of hilarity returns with a new line-up of incredible comics, 19 June only at REDSTAR. Sugar Sammy (aka Sam Khullar) has opened for Dave Chappelle and Damon Wayans, rocked the Just for Laughs festival four years in a row, and been featured on TV comedy specials around the world, stirring up the cultural melting pot that is the modern metropolis. Al Pitcher has been building buzz like angry bees in a sandwich bag, renowned for his ability to whip a crowd into hysterics with interactive comedy. He routinely sells out performances in
Australia and his native New Zealand. Stephen Grant was named Chortle.com's best compere of 2008. Whether on TV, radio or DVD, his humour seems to know no bounds. His passion for comedy is infectious, and he clearly loves sharing himself with audiences.
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In Deep Films
Long time residents of Qingdao, In Deep Films are a curious bunch of film makers, promulgating an engaging and undeniably quirky narrative style to their movies, even when addressing subject matter that has the rest of the world up in arms.
This will be the second time the guys have showed their movies in Qingdao; this time they will be bringing their new travel documentary series on Iran. Insightful and thought-provoking while remaining humourous, this series is a fantastic follow up to their previous films, some of which will also be on display. Since their last show,
which included coverage of a mountain bike journey through the Himalayas, the duo from Washington have covered Thailand and India, as well as numerous Chinese locales, most notably Shanghai and Macau. View a handful of their old movies at indeepfilms. tv REDSTAR 20 June 8pm
French festival & silk stockings
Fête De La Musique 21 June
Fête De La Musique is a festival that was established in France in 1982, and since then has blossomed into a cultural celebration that takes place in more than 120 countries. Primarily focussed on live music, the Fete is open to all genres and all levels of musical performance, with the main ideas behind it being spontaneity and free participation. The premise behind Fête was originally suggested on radio station France Musique in 1976, when American musician Joel Cohen pushed for an all-night music festival to mark the moment of the summer solstice. By 1982, the main framework had been established - amateur and professional musicians would be encouraged to perform in the streets, at free concerts to be entirely accessible to the public. The day is unique in providing a single world-wide festival that often has strong local characteristics wherever it is being held. In Qingdao, numerous local acts ranging from Chinese classical to rock n' roll and dance are expected to perform, and there is the tentative possibility that an African percussion group will be making the trip out too. Fête De La Musique is being coordinated by Alliance Française at the Sailing Club, 6 Nanhai Lu. Free admission. Starts early afternoon.
Silk Stockings Lao Sun, a habitual founder of live music venues in two of China's coolest seaside towns (Zhuhai and Shanghai), has been living in Qingdao for nearly a year and only now is he arranging his first event! Silk and Stockings themed, there'll be a wide range of local acts on show including a reggae set from DJ Flip, trance from DJ Sable and techno from DJ Aka, as well as live music from local indie stalwarts Fancy World. Angel Club near May 4 Square, 6 June. Entry is 50元, but girls get in free and receive a free drink if they are dressed to impress
2009 Bar & Nightlife Awards 50 kuai all you can drink at Le Bang. It used to start at 10pm, then by 11 you'd be completely housed. Sometimes you could drink until 12am, but it was rare - by about 11:30, word had spread through enough of the bar that Corner Jazz was calling, and before you could say, "Daft Punk Is Playing At My House!" the entire populace of one bar had relocated to another, almost identical watering hole. Dance moves got sloppy, drinks were more likely to get spilled and 3rd base moved to 2nd but essentially it was exactly the same night. If you felt really lavish you might consider Club New York or Q-Bar, and there was always Jack's and Lennon for quieter times. Two years ago though, that was pretty much it. Then Charlie's Bar sprung up across from hip-hop stalwart Soho, followed a year later by student-friendly LPG and classy Freeman - each vying for their share of QD's party people. While these four battled it out for supremacy, the Chinese music scene suddenly realised that Qingdao was an awesome place to stop over on tour, and a handful of the city's most downplayed venues became makeshift music halls, including The King's Head, Old Church Bar and of course, our very own REDSTAR office. Furthermore, if an eager drinker sought sustenance beyond Hong Kong Gardens, he'd best have his favourite jiu in a hip flask, else he'd fast find himself in no man's land, nothing but kegs on the street to keep the beer jacket from going threadbare. Today we've luxury options like Lateur Laguens to the east, Mamahuhu on top of mountains to the west, quaint Bloody Maries at Snail Bar near the train station and the downright freakish decorum of Taidong's 617 (there were goldfish in the toilets when we were there). And finally, in the Pearl Buck Cafe, a place to sit back and sip Long Islands at No 1 Bathing Beach. So it would seem that Qingdao is ripe for its first annual Bar And Nightlife Awards! Without further ado, here are the categories (actually, these are just a select few, there are 16 online waiting for your votes).
A few of the categories are: ★ Chilling Out In Tsingtao That is, Best Place for a Quiet Drink.
★ Best Live Music Covers or originals, you decide!
★ Best Decor Sleek n' sexy Q-Bar + downplayed Freeman + ambient Room + tribal newbie 88 Bar = tough decision.
★ The Student Award 2009 Keep it simple - where you most enjoy drinking for quantity, not quality!
★ Best Bar Food Once upon a time the only competition would be between the French contingent, La Villa and Le Bang. Then LPG stepped in with bad-ass burritos and burgers. Plus the three newbies to the west, namely Mamahuhu, Old Church and Pearl Buck. Teriyaki Steak with a Leffe sound good to you?
★ Best Place To Watch Sports Qingdao NEEDS a bar to step up and get cable TV, and start getting sports on TV regularly! The World Cup is just a year away... ★ Best Newcomer An exciting category indeed, with LPG, Freeman and Pearl Buck Cafe battling it out for Belle of the Ball. But wait! 88?
... and many more categories online! Vote now at www.redstarpocket.com/awards.html
Qingdao's Best Beaches In no particular order No 3 Bathing Beach 第三海水浴场
No 3 is the kind of beach that warrants discreet lunchtime visits. While some may find it hard to relax with Shandong's tallest buildings reaching ever higher in the distance, it can be comforting to know that the gentle crashing of the waves is always so close at hand. Best after a summertime brunch at Napoli, before an afternoon beer or juice at Cafe Roland, and during a late night stroll with a special someone.
Stretching for over a kilometre, Shilaoren is home to ATVs, carnival rides, and perpetual construction. But don't let that keep you away - this beach is big enough for everybody, including the frisbee flingers of FUNQ (Sundays at 2pm!). Best any time it's not foggy, and especially if you have a large number of people who want to kick/ throw something to one another.
No 1 Bathing Beach 第一海水浴场
Just south of entertainment complexes Zhongshan Park (中山公园) and Huiquan Square (汇泉广场), No 1 is Qingdao's most populated beach by far. The Beach House and Huiquan Dynasty hotels are nearby, along with a cinema and stadium. If lazing around in the sun isn't exertive enough for you, get a 50元 year-long membership to the weightlifting club near the west end. Best after parties at the Beach House or on weekday mornings when it's empty, or observed from the tower at nearby Xiao Yu Shan (小鱼山).
No 2 Bathing Beach 第二海水浴场
Nestled in the historic Badaguan neighbourhood, No 2 is Qingdao's only beach that charges an admission fee during the high season (2元 in years past). Separated from its fellow bathing beaches
by gorgeous red boulders, this area is the most highly-prized location for wedding photography in Shandong Province. Best enjoyed as part of a sightseeing tour along the boardwalk, with a stop at one of the seafood restaurants and a few minutes at Huashi Villa (花石搂).
Laoshan (Liu Qing He) 流清河
The rustic charm of Shazikou meets Asia's highest coastal mountains along this expanse of sand. Situated in Qingdao's last great fishing village, the beach is convenient to a variety of locallycaught seafood restaurants, and is right next to the ticketing gate for the beautiful Laoshan National Park (崂山风景名胜区). This is an ideal spot for picnics, sand castles, and enjoying the sun. We recommend having transportation arranged for your trip home, as taxis can be scarce in the evening. Best on those days when you really wanted to go to Laoshan, but realised that a beach day was in order.
5 things to enjoy
Sunshine It doesn't just feel amazing and make everything look dreamy. Studies show that short doses of sunshine gradually increase the amount of melanin in your skin, reducing the risk of future overexposure. Even better, sunlight on the skin causes a reaction that turns some cholesterol into Vitamin D, which helps fight depression. Boats At No 1 Bathing Beach, visitors can rent 4-seat rowboats (and vests) for 40元 per hour. If you've ever wanted to push out into Jiaozhou Bay without getting wet, this seems like a great way to do it (provided that it's not terribly windy, wavy, or raining). Jet ski tours of the area are also available, starting at 160元. For the bold, there's even a gocart-powered parafoil that makes laps around the bay for 880元. Shark Nets Designated bathing areas are protected by nets, intended to keep sharks and other charismatic macrofauna away from swimmers. Some barriers have been beefed up in response to 2008's algae emergency.
Tsingtao Beer In a bag, bottle or can, it's hard to believe how good we have it here. Qingdao boasts China's oldest and best brewery, and a beach within fifteen minutes of almost any office. Bring enough to share, or get warm ones from a nearby store and ask to put them in the refrigerator.
5 things to look out for
Kao rou skewers There's nothing like barbecue chuanr by the sea, and many people fail to safely dispose of the thin metal skewers when they're done. For everyone's sake, don't litter on the beach. And watch out when running/jumping/ lunging. Algae blooms In June 2008 a 1200km2 hunk of seaweed lodged against the coast of Qingdao, which might have cancelled the city's Olympic debut had it not been for a massive clean-up effort and unprecedented volunteerism from residents. The green tide is believed to have originated in seaweed farms off Jiangsu Province.
The Scenery From the bridal processions of No 2, to the futuristic skyline of No 3 and the majestic limestone cliffs that ring Liu Qing He, there's a lot more to look at than a watery expanse. Sunsets are particularly impressive.
Sunburn Carrefour, Watson's (inside Sunshine Dept Store) and IGo all have sunscreen available, and some brands do not contain skin-whitening agents. For full cancer-fighting potential, scientists recommend applying sunscreen once 15-30 minutes before sun exposure will begin, and again 15-30 minutes after entering the sunshine. Theft There is no reason to leave your belongings unattended. The shacks that rent umbrellas and other seaside equipment will typically be happy to watch over your bags and shoes while you frolic in the sand, but be sure to ask them nicely. Undertow/Riptides Each summer, emergency medical teams in Qingdao treat dozens of people for drowning, often because the backwash of water flowing out from a steep beach can be strong enough to drag swimmers out to sea. The best thing to do is avoid swimming in areas where waves crash on a steep surface, and in areas where the water looks unusually calm. If you get caught in one of these currents, the best thing to do is hold your breath and do not try to fight it.
NOCSP is offering sailing lessons for all ages and experience levels
Summer school Learn to sail in Qingdao! So far, Qingdao's Sailing City credentials have seemed rather top-heavy: involvement with the phenomenal Clipper Round-the-World and Volvo Ocean Races, hosting the Olympic Sailing Regatta in 2008 and... in the past few years, not much else! There are those fortunate yacht owners who regularly skirt the Chinese coast from Shenzhen, or follow the sunrise to annual events in Korea and Japan, but for most of us it has proven difficult to get involved with this aspect of civic identity. Indeed, several of the Shandong-rĂŠn interviewed on the breakwater at the Olympics said that they would love to learn to sail, if only given the opportunity. Fortunately, the National Organization of Community Sailing Programs (NOCSP) is gearing up to get us out on the water. Partnering with Qingdao International Yacht Club (QIYC) at the site of 2008's Olympic Regatta, NOCSP is offering lessons for all ages and experience levels, all day (9am-sundown) every day. Corporate and group sailing are also available, as are trips along the coast beyond the limits of Jiaozhou Bay. A special 5-day sailing
programme for children will also be available, taught in English, Chinese and French.
This year is the first time that NOCSP programmes will be open to adults.
NOCSP was founded in 2005, bringing coaches the world's sailing capitals to cultivate sailing in China at the grassroots level and working with local boat producers to ensure the availability of well-made, affordable craft. To date, NOCSP coaches have collectively trained over 2000 Chinese children from all socioeconomic backgrounds, holding annual sailing schools in Qingdao, Rizhao, Shanghai, Weihai, Shenzhen and Xiamen.
Coordinator Qiqi Tang, who is entering his third summer with NOCSP, looks forward to the opportunities that 2009 will afford. "I think it is a great thing that more and more people are passionate about sailing in Qingdao," he said. "The Olympic Games and the Volvo Ocean Race certainly gave an excellent kick-off of the city's romance with sailing, but now you'd need local clubs and sailing communities to carry on a steady relationship."
In these past few years, the organisation has encouraged international and cross-cultural exchanges by bringing various international and communities together, using the very best instructional materials for the sport in collaboration with local expertise and language. The quality of the training experience is unparalleled, with instructors who teach to a sailor's ability while looking after her wellbeing and that of the surrounding environment.
Other sailing clubs, including Qingdao International Sailing Club on Nanhai Lu, plan to have courses of their own but had not announced details at time of print. For more information on NOCSP programmes, call Vicky at 136-0896-8946. For Qingdao International Sailing Club, call 8090-5788.
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China’s love affair with the automobile may be a recent phenomen, but cars have been in China for over one hundred years to date. The first cars to come to China were brought in by foreigners living in the Shanghai area. Empress Dowager Cixi, (慈 禧) not wanting to be left out of the ‘automotive age’, spent an impressive 10,000 silver taels on importing a Mercedes, a mean machine that screamed at 35bhp; not convertible, just topless. Of course Ci Xi was unable to drive, and she was not expected to be able to drive being the head of a royal family. The task of driving was thus handed over to one of her courtiers, the only problem
being at that time was that nobody else in her immediate circle was able to drive, either. It’s said that her first journey was from Tian'anmen to Yi He Yuan, and that prior to her departure Cixi, excited at her first journey in a horseless carriage, rewarded her driver with a bottle of baijiu. The driver set off with his majesty by his side, but being drunk and at the wheel he quickly caused China’s first recorded drunk driving incident when he ran over, and killed, a eunuch. After the 1910 revolution, China’s domestic automobile industry stalled for a few years, until the ‘Peoples Brand’ started making trucks (a 1.8 tonne truck with a V6 engine that really hauled at 65bhp) for civilian and military use in 1931. The same Shenyang factory was set to produce the Austin 7, but the onset of war with Japan saw the factory turn into a weapons producer practically overnight.
Chairman Mao came to power in 1949, in a country awash with US Military Willys, Jeeps and Soviet trucks. Mao declared that China, with the USA and the Soviet Union, should become an auto producer. He set about having local producers such as BAW (Beijing Auto Works), FAW (First Automobile Works) Changfeng, and Dongfeng build trucks and jeeps for military use. The first automobile was made by FAW and was branded ‘Jie Fang’ or Liberation, a brand that exists today. The first cars were not cars per se, but rather limos which would be used for presidential and high level VIP’s. (There is one example of these cars at the Badaguan Hotel, said to have been used by Deng Xiaoping and other dignitaries on visits to Qingdao.) The '90s then saw an explosion of car makers. China’s largest privately owned car maker, Geely, turned from developing photos, into a motorbike maker, into a car maker practically overnight in Zhejiang. In neigbourhing Anhui, Chery was started to boost the local economy in Wuhu city. Initially started illegally by the city government with some SEAT technology and parts from an old Ford UK engine plant, they grew exponentially and now have sales of over 350,000 cars per year, not bad at all for a company that is barely over ten years old. The state-owned giants like SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp) set an important precedent when they purchased the bankrupt British automaker in 2005, in 2009 we are seeing the Chinese takeover of Volvo (and probably Saab) by Chinese automakers.
Auto Shanghai 2009 On Shanghai Auto Show's final Saturday I had the distinct privilege of attending what was without a doubt one of the most crowded exhibitions I have ever visited anywhere. People were wall to wall. Then it struck me: this massive sea of people are all potential customers. It is impossible to put into words the automobile phenomenon in China today. Less than ten years ago the idea of owning a car for personal use was literally a fantasy for the average Chinese middle class consumer. Today this fantasy is becoming a reality for millions upon millions of people. Owning a quality automobile is becoming a required status symbol in modern day life in China. This type of euphoria has long been forgotten by most of the population in the West. Imagine if you will the idea of growing up in the 1930s in the midst of a depression, then in 1945 returning back home and experiencing the economic expansion
which the USA and UK enjoyed. Before the war the idea of owning a car was purely for the ultra-rich. Transportation for the average consumer was limited to trains, buses, trolleys, horses and an occasional bicycle. The USA automobile boom started in the fifties and sixties with new designs and new growth which nobody could have predicted in 1940. In this light foreigners might be able to imagine the economic expansion China began waking from sixteen years ago. The 'Great China Depressionâ€™ lasted from 1820 until 1992 when Deng Xiaoping made his trip south advocating Communist capitalism. The China Automobile Boom started in 2004 after President Hu took power. What we are seeing today is just the tip of a huge iceberg. In the history of the US automobile industry history terms you might compare China today with where the USA was in 1953. It
owning a quality automobile is becoming a required status symbol in modern day life in China
will still be a few years until the Chinese build the equivalent of the â€˜57 Chevy. Yes, Chinese automakers are spending a great deal of energy to learn from the experience of others (i.e. copying) but they are also learning very quickly. Western automobile executives should not take comfort when they read about the Rolls Royceclone Geely GE and think China's sole strength lies in its ability to copy someone else's design. More importantly, China has proven extremely adept at lowering the cost of manufacturing when they increase volumes. Chinese companies are already developing their own engineering capabilities and will very quickly develop their own home grown grand slam. When they succeed, they have the abundant potential to do so in terms which will dwarf the success enjoyed by the Model T and the VW Beetle.
Cars to count Great Wall Motors CHC011 - From what we have learned so far, the concept will be carrying a 3.0 V6 paired to a six speed automatic gearbox. Performance is not the only angle which GWM are looking at, safety is also paramount to GWM, and the car will be packed with 8 airbags, ESP, and ABS. The CHC011 appears to have its own style, but does have styling clues from the Merc S-Class, the Jaguar XF, and maybe a hint of the Mondeo around the lights. It does manage its own distinct style, and shows that GWM are growing from being a maker of SUVs and trucks, into a ‘real’ car manufacturer with products that span several market segments.
BYD E6 - BYD's electric multi-purpose vehicle is expected to come online in 2009, boasting 300km per charge (50% in ten minutes), all wheel drive, and a very reasonable sticker price of around 160,000元. Zotye 2008 EV - Up to 300km on a single charge and 80% recharge in 15 mins, top speed 110 km/h, this update to the 2006 model tops out at 110 km/h and costs around 110,000元.
Hongqi SUV - What do we see coming from China's iconic Red Flag mark, favourites of Mao and Deng? Well it's purported to have a V12... and it looks like an Audi Q5. VW Santana - The VW Santana is going to be put of production in 2012 according to VW. The Santana, which has made it to the current Santana 3000 guise has sold an impressive 3,213,710 models since the first CKD produced Santana rolled off the line in 1983. China’s love for the Santana has not seen it change radically in all of its years, SAIC-VW even made a their own MPV off the Santana, without VW Germanys knowledge. The MPV never made it to production, but it showed that SAIC did have the engineering know how to make a large MPV years before VW made their VW Sharon.
MG6 MG are set to build a 1.5T engine for use within the new MG6, the company's first update since 2006. SAIC has been restructuring the MG line up into becoming a powerful future brand, and has plans for a factory on the outskirts of Shanghai that will have a capacity for 250,000 cars and engines. The new range of engines are expected to be 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6, but yet another internal reshuffle has rendered the 1.5 useless for the time being, with a greater focus aimed at the 1.5 and 1.6. The 1.5T is expected to find a home in the recently shown MG6.ew MG6 is the first new model since 2000.
Town Jewels Fashion bling is big business
In January 2009, REDSTAR introduced readers to Qingdao's enormous fashion jewelry industry. As we continue to explore the city's wide-reaching fashion trade, we caught up with jewelry producer Wang Honglin from May-O Jewelry for a producer's perspective on shiny things. Your clients are mainly from the US and Europe, why did you set up in Qingdao? We chose Qingdao as the site for our factory because Qingdao is the largest production centre of the mediumand high-class costume jewelry in the world. It's an enormous geographical advantage to our production costs and human resources.
undertaken by Chinese factories, and most of theraw materials are from China, so we can run every aspect of the business at lower materials and labour costs. This is evident in the fact that more Chinese companies are dealing directly with Western buyers. Chinese factories' shortcomings are not really in production technique - they typically just lack design. How do you make up for the lack of design experience? Our designers are all Chinese university graduates. Many have worked in Korean, American or Hong Kong companies, and exposed to effective creative processes. But there's a huge engineering component as well - every kind of solid material can be used in costume jewelry, plastic, leather, glass or anything, but they cannot simply be put together, so our designers need to be familiar with the physical properties of a broad range of materials.
Also, Korean companies started bringing the jewelry industry into Qingdao in the early '90s, bringing Japanese and European design concepts into play with their own fashion sense. So, now, most of the top brands and leading fashion design products come out of Qingdao. Furthermore, Qingdao is a fashion city, and the local young people are fast becoming a strong demographic for these products. Qingdao is the production centre of high class costume jewelry. We have produced GUESS, CHICOS, PVC and many other top brands.
Do you see any trends emerging in 2009? This year, the jewelry seems to be moving toward instilling a sense of peace, comfort, joviality. People are depressed about the economy and looming disasters, so flowers, stars, these kinds of elements can make people feel better. They are also selecting bright, warm colours.
What advantages do jewelry companies in China have over those in other areas? Korean companies have been involved in trading jewelry for many years, but the production is
Where can people buy your products? We can design jewelry according to client specifications, but our minimum order quantity is 240 units. We are also going to set up our own brand in
the future, which will allow us to sell our own goods through retail outlets. There are hundreds of jewelry manufacturers in Qingdao - what sets your company apart from others? Our product quality is very high, at a standard that few can claim. The big difference though is that our products are lead free and nickel free, and therefore don't carry the health risks that can be associated with these products. Ours won't irritate your skin. We are very responsible to our clients and ultimately to their customers. We want to keep them looking and feeling great for a long time to come.
To get in touch with May-O, call 8787-6876. Other great fashion jewelry outlets include I-Go and Zhenghua Shopping Mall (both behind Mykal).
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Summer's here - time to chuck out the scarves, leggings and caps! Let your hair down, and bring your skin back into the sunlight. Check out these beauty spots for the perfect look in this gorgeous weather.
Leekaja Hair Biz Probably best-known for their long history with Q Bar's Cover Girls Night, Leekaja are Qingdao's makeover leaders. This Korean-run boutique can deliver the look you want, whether you're getting ready for an al fresco evening or a glamourous function. From foundation to glitter, these ladies know how to set off your look. A facial is 150元. 3F Sunshine Dept Store, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu 8667-7022 8588-7871
Dada Star Hair Salon Yes you can get your hair cut for 10元 just about anywhere. But Dada Star turns your coiffure into an event unlike any other, complete with coffee and a CS-ready netbar in case you have to (want to?) wait a few minutes. The 30-minute head massage provides a charming introduction, and the expert stylists seal the deal by helping you look your best. Haircuts start at 60 元; full range of salon services available. South Gate of Da Gong Hai An, 69 Aomen Lu 8572-3123
check out these beauty spots for the perfect look in this gorgeous weather Lovely Nails If you've been searching for expert waxing, look no further than this charming shop in Silver Garden. Lovely Nails provides a range of beauty treatments, with an emphasis on expert hand and nail care (90元 for a manicure with design), and is the only place this
When your nails don't call enough attention to themselves, or make that delightful clicking sound when drummed on a tabletop, acrylics are the way to go. Fortunately Fu-Ren is one of China's leading nail service centres, based in Qingdao but operating over thirty shops nationwide. Application of French acrylics is 680 元; or, they'll be happy to work with what you have for 70元. Two locations. 508-510 Minhang Building, 30 Xianggang Zhong Lu 8572-2191 1604, Block 1, Fan Hai Ming Ren, Fuzhou Nan Lu 8577-2656
Class of Your Own Step by step
take the time to explain, model, and then let them try for themselves
Lesson plan not working? Don’t ditch it right away. Maybe it just needs another step. When teaching, it’s necessary to make sure information is broken down into bite-sized pieces. These small pieces, like bread crumbs in the forest, can create a path for the students to follow. Leave one out and the students might get lost. Wrong assumptions and cultural differences can keep us from reaching our students, so always begin slowly. Consider the class that was supposed to play a board game I’d created. After giving detailed instructions, I watched as the students ignored the game and began talking in Chinese. Why? Because they’d never played a competition involving rolling dice and moving little pieces around a board. So I stopped everything and got them to roll dice and move around the board with me. An hour later, everyone was so involved in playing the game that none of the students wanted to leave. And to think I’d been about to toss something I’d spent hours creating. Taking the time to first explain, model, and then letting them try for themselves, can make a big difference. This is especially true for a large class. For example, consider a role-play where 'parents' and their 'student child' talk to the school representative. Before putting the four students together, get all the 'mothers' to meet together to talk about what they are going to say in their group. Do this with all the characters first, listening in and perhaps giving them some hints. Now each character will have
some confidence about what they are going to say in the group and the role-plays will go much more smoothly. Before we debate in my class, we have a series of steps that begin with two students discussing a topic, and then arguing opposing sides. We stop, model some useful phrases, and then the two students move to form a group with two other students. Using the same topic, they begin again with a discussion, and finally move on to a debate. They can even move again to form
new groups, getting lots of practice debating a single issue. This is the kind of repetition that can give them confidence. After this exercise they are able to debate any topic that vocabulary permits.
good worker. Add this to the fact that you speak English, and you have something that an employer might be looking for. Now come into the job interview ready to tell me why you are the best person for the job.
A class for practicing a job interview goes like this: What are the qualities of a good friend? Are you a good friend? Then you must have some of these qualities. What are the qualities of a good worker? Aren’t they the same qualities you just told me were the qualities of a good friend? So you must have some qualities of a
Create a complete path, step by small step, and your students can follow you anywhere.
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Confucius becomes state doctrine Peasant rebellions ended the oppressive Qin Dynasty (in 206 BCE). Then eight years of civil war devastated China. In some places, population fell by 70-80 percent. Productive capacity was down. The fledgling Han Dynasty had enormous task if they were to rebuild the country.
There were notable thinkers during this era, as well. Sima Qian wrote the legendary Records of the Historian, a landmark history of China from the Xia Dynasty to the Han. Economist Jia Yi advanced the theory that the nation's strength comes from its agriculture. Things were going well. There was growth and advancement.
The first step was to centralise power. A string of emperors worked at it, trying to pull power away from the regions (some regional princes had even kept their own armies!). The first Han emperor Liu Bang removed many princes and installed relatives (all named Liu) to be princes around the country. He said that the country should all be ruled under one family. It worked, and a stable feudal society emerged.
The Han emperors believed that they had a duty: to unify "all under Heaven" (天下). In doing so, the great Emperor Wu Di gave a ready ear to a certain Confucian named Dong Zhongshu.
The Golden Age of the Western Han occurred during the reign of Emperor Wu Di, the Han Dynasty's fifth emperor. He ruled for 54 years and was at the helm during a great era in China's history. Wu Di saw the beginning of the Silk Road, China's first contact with Rome, annual diplomatic missions to the West, the arrival of Buddhism in China, and improvements in papermaking.
Dong was a theoretician who took Confucian ideas - like the ideas of the three cardinal relationships (ruler/subject, father/son, husband/wife) and then justified them using metaphysical theory. For instance, ruler, father, and husband represented Yang, while subject, son, and wife represented Yin- perfect balance. Then, each of the Confucian virtues had its corollary among the Five Elements. For instance, Benevolence (仁) was related to Wood, Righteousness (义) to Metal, Wisdom (智) to Water, etc. To Dong Zhongshu, it all came together and made perfect sense. However, many (if not most) scholars regard him as a crackpot. His ideas have been described as "strange science," "strange theories," and just plain "incorrect." He reminds me of someone like Rasputin or even Karl Rove, someone who moved behind the scenes, but had secure influence over the thinking of the ruler. As a bona fide Confucian, Dong believed that the emperor received a Mandate of Heaven to keep the human society in proper order.
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humans are inherently good... if the emperor is Good, then everything will proceed harmoniously
Like Mengzi, Dong believed that humans are inherently good. He believed that Heaven is inherently good, and that if the emperor is Good, then everything will proceed harmoniously. However, he also followed Mengzi in emphasising the emperor's responsibility to the people. If the ruler did not rule with benevolence, he would lose his Mandate of Heaven. Dong Zhongshu left a giant mark on Chinese culture. He convinced the emperor to make Confucianism the state ideology and to dismiss all non-Confucians from public office. He started the civil service examination system, and was responsible for basing it on the Confucian classics. Indeed, he is one of the most influential Confucians in all of history.
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Directed by Michel Gondry, Leos Carax and Bong Joon-ho
Directed by J.J. Abrams Star Trek is the latest beneficiary of the studios' recent stampede towards 'reboots'. The series could use one: 2002's Nemesis shoehorned the Next Generation crew into slam-bang blockbuster material, but that aging cast was too much to swallow as action heroes, even for viewers accustomed to Holodecks and 9x-light-speed travel. Set in a terrifying future where mankind has lost all knowledge of reduced-glare glassmaking, Trek '09 returns to the 1960s incarnation and repopulates it with freshfaced young'uns: rom-com fixture Chris Pine (Kirk), Heroes' Zachary Quinto (Spock), and Harold & Kumar goofball John Cho (Sulu), among others. This is a prequel as well as a reboot, so Abrams devotes the first act to dry introductory business, prompting much glancing at watches while the old characters are brought in and everyone waits for the inevitable "the name's Uhura" (or whatever). It eases audiences into the new cast, but the 2009 versions are so broadly similar to the originals - with a couple of exceptions, like Simon Pegg's sitcom-castoff Scotty - that the slow reveals feel unnecessary, and keep the movie in drydock far too long. But with those out of the way, Abrams gives his crew a starship and brings back Eric Bana's scenery-chewing Nero, previously glimpsed in the prologue and another addition to Trek's gallery of crazed-but-vaguely-sympathetic supervillains. The rest moves as if it's Abrams' last chance in the director's chair, cramming in time travel, skydives, giant monsters, planetary destruction and the usual space combat. It's so fast that the Enterprise-sized plot holes are noticeable only in retrospect - and so is the jettisoning of the original series' expansive, utopian view of the future, which needs a grander perspective than the contemporised one here (there's even a car chase and a Beastie Boys track). It's the slam-bang blockbuster that Nemesis only aspired to be; now to see if Abrams' ambition can approach his inspiration's. -Josh Martin
Paris, je t'aime revived the moribund city-themed anthology film with its multinational crew of 21 directors (New York, I Love You is coming soon, along with possible follow-ups in Shanghai and Jerusalem). But its limited running time and mandate for love stories didn't allow much breathing room, restrictions that Tokyo!'s more compact trio - two Frenchmen and a Korean - have been thankfully spared. Gondry's opener, Interior Design, centers on a Gondrian filmmaker-manchild before neatly shifting to his girlfriend Hiroko, who strikes out on her own in the eternal postadolescent search for purpose. Hiroko's motivation is disposed of in a single snippet of background conversation, but Gondry's cute visual metaphor (which I won't spoil here) isn't allowed to overstay its welcome, unlike some of his feature-length flights of fancy. Carax follows with Merde, his first major project in a decade. Denis Levant's red-bearded "Mr. Merde" - a foul, incomprehensible "sewer creature" - terrorises Tokyo with various petty outbursts (stealing crutches, eating chrysanthemums) before upgrading to explosive ordnance. The segment flirts with social allegory - Carax clearly has Japanese insularity on his mind - although button-pushing complaints about the shape of Japanese eyes tend to undercut all that. It's Levant's brilliantly physical performance that carries the day, with an illegallyfilmed, Godzilla -mocking traveling shot standing as the film's most memorable moment. Bong's Shaking Tokyo trades Carax's excess for calm, leisurely taking in the life of an antisocial shut-in (hikikomori) before it's disrupted by the pizza delivery girl. Bong gradually exposes his Tokyo as a low-key sci-fi dystopia (extending the genre-bending of Memories of Murder and The Host), and an unconventional save-the-girl climax ends Tokyo!'s trilogy on a high note, getting more woozy romanticism from an unpromising setup than Paris, je t'aime got from the City of Love. -Josh Martin
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Maybe Mars Records If you’ve had so much as a peek into the Beijing underground scene you’re likely to have come across this band. They have played shows in Europe with Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr. Their self-titled first album came out in September 2007 and serves as a fitting soundtrack to any 21st Century China backdrop. The signature track Zhong Nan Hai is more than six minutes of screaming feedback with a long, guitar-only crescendo belted amongst three short verses: "If you smoke, smoke Zhong Nan Hai - Can’t live without my Zhong Nan Hai - Who stole my Zhong Nan Hai!" The anthem is quickly catching up to Yellow Submarine, Country Roads and Cui Jian’s Nothing to My Name as a staple cover for aspiring rock musicians and, hopefully one day, KTV-ers too. The album’s depth, ranging from poppy, pogohopping promulgations (Track 3 - mushroom 蘑菇) to dark, driving, dissonance (Track 2 – gun 枪) makes it one of the most listenable albums made in China. Frontman Zhang Shouwang is the most celebrated guitarist in China's explosive rock and roll movement, hailed by The New Yorker magazine as "the pride of Beijing's underground." His riffs lend the album its legs, bringing the listener into an inescapable groove that reminds of early post punk, an ambient, soothing quality in spite of crashing distortion. They are currently putting on the finishing touches to their sophomore album which is being produced by the legendary Wharton Tiers (who has worked with Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr. and Gumball to name a few of his legendary collaborators). In the meantime, get these Cars into your playlist. -Marcus Murphy
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One Night Only Spinal Tap announce World Tour
Spinal Tap are to reunite for a very special world tour... which will consist of one night in London. To mark the 25th anniversary of the release of band's infamous "rockumentary", the aging rockers are to perform at Wembley Arena on 30 June. Guitarist Nigel Tufnell (played by Christopher Guest) said, "If we're going to do a world tour on only one night, at least it's this world". Bassist Derek Smalls (Harry Shearer) added, "One night is not enough, and it's way too much." The Rob Reiner film ‘This Is Spinal Tap’ released in 1984 detailed the band’s ill-fated comeback tour of the US and quickly became a cult classic throughout the world. There has been one album since then (called Break Like the Wind) and a surprise appearance at the 2007 Live Earth concert, but this will be their first full performance in years. There have been rumours that the surviving members of Tap have been in the recording studio, but their spokesman has announced that as they could not come up with any songs, "a new lost album" will be released this summer. Speaking about the reunion, guitarist David St Hubbins (Micheal McKean) claimed that the show was being held as a tribute to "all of our drummers who have passed on, either to their reward or to middle
"If we're going to do a world tour on only one night, at least it's this world." management at Sainsbury's." Other tour news, Kasabian will play at Glastonbury on 27 June as special guests of Bruce Springsteen who managed to persuade the Leicester band to play their only reported festival appearance this year. As previously reported, the band will embark on a mammoth twenty date headline tour in June and July, taking in three nights at their hometown venue of Leicester De Montford Hall. Kasabian are also set to release their third album, West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, on 8 June. Meanwhile Green Day have
announced a tour of the UK this October. The American punks, who released their eighth studio album 21st Century Breakdown on 15 May, will promote its release with an eight-date arena tour. The band reckon their UK tour dates could last as long as 4 hours! Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong told Rolling Stone that their tour in support of their new album will feature shows that could last "anywhere from two to four hours long. We want to give Springsteen a run for his money.
"I think his longest show is maybe five hours, I think Green Day's got six!" The band - currently celebrating a UK No. 1 album - are playing two nights at the 02 Arena, London on 23 and 24 October.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Implications for U.S. Businesses in China
'Foreign official' is broadly defined by FCPA. Anyone working for a government-owned or managed institution or enterprise (including doctors, lawyers and accountants) is considered a foreign official. Any business person that also serves a foreign governmental agency is a foreign official. Also, employees of international organisations are also considered to be foreign officials under the FCPA. Any U.S. business operating in China must pay particular attention to this broad definition as many Chinese business people are also government officials. Ignorance of the personâ€™s status does not provide exemption from prosecution for a violation of the act. It does not matter whether there is an existing business relationship with the foreign official. So an offer of value to acquire business or to prevent the loss of business is covered by the act.
The 1988 Trade Act by the Congress of the United States directed the U.S. Attorney General to provide guidance to potential exporters and small business regarding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, an act all U.S. businesses operating in China need to be familiar with. The FCPA prohibits the 'corrupt' payment of money or bribes to foreign officials for the purpose of keeping or maintaining business. The FCPA also links in with several other U.S. acts, providing for federal prosecution of violations of state commercial bribery statutes. The FCPA requires U.S. listed companies to meet their accounting provisions, which are designed to operate in parallel with the anti-bribery provisions of the FCPA and require corporations to make and keep books and records that accurately
FCPA prohibits 'corrupt' payment of money or bribes to foreign officials and fairly reflect the transactions of the corporation and to devise and maintain an adequate system of internal accounting controls. A potential violation of the FCPA would include the following elements: An act by a covered person; An offer to give something of value; To a foreign official ; To obtain or retain business; With corrupt intent.
There are two categories of 'persons' under the FCPA: issuers and domestic concerns. An issuer is a basically a listed company that has filing requirements with the Securities Exchange Commission â€“ the enforcing agent with respect to FCPA for issuers. A domestic concern is an individual or any form of business organisation not registered with the SEC. The U.S. Department of Justice has enforcement responsibility with respect to domestic concerns. With respect to an offer to give something of value, keep in mind there is no materiality to this act. It is illegal to offer anything of value as a bribe, including cash or non-cash items. The government focuses on the intent of the bribery rather than on the amount.
Corrupt intent encompasses the notion of a benefit given or offered to persuade a foreign official to misuse their position or authority through action or inaction and it includes quid pro quo arrangements. Quid pro quo generally assumes the benefit is given with reasonable expectations of some official favour in return. The quid pro quo does not need to have been executed nor does the foreign official need not be able to deliver it themselves. Again, note that the U.S. government does not need to establish the defendant knew their conduct violated the FCPA. Hank Bourg is a U.S. certified public accountant and the head of the North American desk at Dezan Shira & Associates. For comments or inquiries, please contact him at email@example.com.
30 places hotel
A hotel, cafe and bar opposite Beach Number One, with community focussed management and affordable prices all round, The Beach House is poised to be a very cool addition to seaside revelry this summer. A modestly sized property, with just short of 70 rooms, the former Longjia Binguan has recently been taken over and re-branded by the same people that made the Observatory Youth Hostel such a cool place, and they have wasted no time in applying the same downplayed and relaxed charm here. Something to note about the Huiquan Square area is that much of the property here was built in the mid-late 90s, at around the same time that Qingdao's City Government moved to its current location at May 4th Square. This shifted investment away from the west of Qingdao, and is one of the reasons why, for all its beauty, that there is little going on there by way of bars and restaurants. Thankfully, two of The Beach House's best attractions are its social areas. On its ground floor, The Pearl Buck Cafe is an open-planned and very welcoming spot, convenient for capping off a day at the beach with a cocktail or coffee. And they are very, very good at cocktails, having snagged a barman formerly of Lan Club and Shangri La Beijing. There's a wide range of western and eastern dining options, including an all day breakfast and a salubrious Thai soup. But for all the quaint charm of the underdone, bistro-style joint downstairs, its
The Beach House Pearl Buck Cafe the view from the top that makes The Beach House such a great place to enjoy the summer nights. The upper decking area will be made into a bar in time for the summer, and from here you can see all the way from Badaguan in the east to Xiao Yu Shan in the west. Its rooms are standard, but the hotel makes no claims to being anything other than budget, and double rooms are available for very reasonable rates. Its spacious rooftop suites have kingsize beds and even larger floor-to-ceiling windows - perfect for enjoying the view. However, it is the management's attitude to community that is the most commendable aspect of this establishment - they've quickly forged close ties with The Book Nook, who provide their English language books to travelling guests, with local tour operators Qingdao Shanshui and sailing instructors NOCSP. In addition they make affordable accommodation available to travelling musicians, even hosting Ziyo in a fantastic rooftop gig in April. Most notable is their cooperation with nationwide art universities. Shortly after opening, the hotel donated rooms to over 100 students from Dalian, who spent their time in Qingdao creating artworks of famous landmarks around town. The Beach House bought a number of these paintings from the students and has plans to exhibit them, making them available for purchase in the future. The Beach House will have a Grand Opening Cocktail Party on 12 June. Everyone's invited!
The Beach House is quickly becoming the venue of choice for bands coming to Qingdao on tour, we caught up with the most recent arrivals to ask what they thought... Kang Mao - The Subs "The room was big and comfortable. Staff very good. I liked all the posters on the wall. It's not so much like a hotel as a youth hostel. Very warm and easy. But the cotton on the bed sheets was itchy, but maybe it's because it was new. The potato cake wasn't bad." Helen - Ziyo "The hotel was very simple, but it was compensated for the uniqueness of the rooms we had at the top floor. It definitely has character and I have a feeling it attracts a pretty chill crowd. Not for the business travel types. Despite some rock star behaviour in the form of breaking furniture, the staff didn't give us any trouble which was nice. Great location." Jim - Zhaoze "We all stayed on the second floor. Even from there the view was great! The pics along the wall were interesting and the service there was good, too. If they had an elevator for our instruments, that would be perfect!" Dora - PB33's manager "Service good! And the scenery is cool, I could see the sea from my room, it's amazing."
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I like the nightlife When I first heard of 88 it sounded like a bigger Soho. No sense of going in I thought. But then... maybe it was the beautiful people I saw lined out the door, the beats I heard as I passed on my weekend rounds between Le Bang and Freeman. Or maybe it was the fact that everyone in town who likes clubs had been raving about it for months. I had to find out for myself. I finally gave in, walked past the greeters at the door and took the plunge. Harder better faster stronger, just like the Daft Punk song. The biggest impact on me came from the sound system. Predictably, it was the very first thing that drew my attention. It penetrates you, it's everywhere and accomplishes something that I always thought would be impossible to accomplish in Qingdao: you can still kind of carry on a conversation. It's a world of difference from other Qingdao clubs where you literaly have to yell into somebody's ear. Bass, treble, it's all there, you can even hear that cool sizzling that's really hard to get. Then it came to lights, and here the job was A-grade! Their light people know what they're doing. It's never too dark and it's always there when you want it to be, when you're looking at the DJ with your hands up high in the air.
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everyone in town who likes clubs has been raving about it
Which would lead me to another point: Music. Mainly Hip-hop, pleasurably mixed with some rock and club/house music. There are three DJs and four singers who will make you sing a lot, so remember to water your throat all the time. I must confess that the lady DJ is my favourite, and not only because of the tunes. At Qingdao bars, staff and service are often a challenge. 88 shines here too. Still, it can be a little bit stunning when the bill comes. Of course I expect to pay for my drinks, but when a bottle of Remy Martin XO with few bottles of black tea sets you back a grand, you want to be sure to make the most of the experience. Here, that means digging the music, grooving in the aisles, hanging with lots and lots of beautiful people and appreciating the best thing to happen to Qingdao's club scene in years. You get what you pay for and then some. Before long, you'll find yourself singing 'Take Me Home (Country Road)' at 1am with three hundred new friends.
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Qingdao’s Central Business District (CBD) encompasses much of the city’s most valuable real estate, stretching along the coast of Jiaozhou Bay (site of the XXIX Olympic Sailing Regatta in 2008) in either direction from the Municipal Government building and May 4th Square. Hong Kong Road, built in 1997 and named in honour of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese authority in that year, runs through the centre of the area and serves as the major artery of commerce in the city. The following is a list of unsponsored locations to be found in this area:
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of 52 places featured in the Spring 2009 1 edition of Pocket Qingdao, a compact guide to the city’s best places (contents are 100% non-sponsored). Pocket Qingdao and Pocket Beijing ¥50 from REDSTAR & featured outlets. Branded boxes available as corporate gifts, redstarpocket.com 139 0639-0437
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Hong Kong Garden is the epicentre of Qingdao’s international entertainment scene featuring state-of-the-art shopping malls, fine dining from around the globe, and evening venues for everything from a quiet nightcap with a special someone to an electropop extravaganza with hundreds of new friends. Tucked among the standout destinations are hundreds of shops and restaurants to fit AO ME virtually every need and budget. It is without a doubt one of Qingdao’s most exciting areas, and perhaps the only neighbourhood that is alive, kicking, and well worth a visit twenty-four hours a day. N L U The following is a listCenter of unsponsored locations to be found in this area: ϗ Olympic Sailing
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What’s up in June COMMUNITY
Book and Film Club Co-sponsored by The Book Nook and REDSTAR, we'll be reading and watching Slumdog Millionaire. Kids are welcome! 7pm at Book Nook, 8pm at REDSTAR. Call 8097-1935 for more information.
Pub Quiz at La Villa Get a team together and head to La Villa for a night of trivial pursuits! The competition is fierce, the questions challenging, the winners triumphant and loaded on champagne. 20元/ team, be there 6:30pm to register, game starts 7pm sharp. Book Club The next Book Club selection is The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. Book Club meets at Lisa's Pizza (Chenghai 1 Lu). 03/06 7pm 01/07 7pm Book Nook Bring the kids to Qingdao's English language bookstore for a story hour to experience the joys of reading! Times listed below are for native English speakers only, please. Call 8097-1935. 20/06 11am-12pm Storytelling for ages 8+ (Native Speakers) 27/06 11am-12pm Storytelling for ages 3-8 (Native Speakers) Expat Wednesday Lunches A great way to meet new folks and old friends, and experience a different cafe around town every week! For more information, please visit www.qingdaoexpat. com 03/06 Hengbo 10/06 Charity Luncheon 17/06 Cafe Roland 24/06 Lisa's Pizza Chenghai 1 Lu French Film Series A different film every week, presented at Alliance Française in French and Chinese (where available), followed by discussion of themes. Free Admission. Saturdays, 4pm.
German Round Table German students and young professionals! Join us at Old Church Bar (inside Kai Yue Youth Hostel) every third saturday of the month for a round table discussion of opportunities and issues. 20/06 8pm German Stammtisch German residents, friends and associates are welcome at this community gathering, hosted by Monnemer Eck German Restaurant. For details, call 83887793. 12/06 7pm Linux User Group Don't worry, it's not like we talk in code or anything. Get support for your programming questions, and chill with some other avid Linux users at May 4th SPR. 12/06 7pm SPORTS & RECREATION Hash House Harriers Qingdao's drinkers with a running problem! Meeting at 2pm at Crowne Plaza unless otherwise specified. Please bring 10元 to help out with taxis and beer. More info is available at www. qingdaohhh.com. 13/06 Tunnel Run 27/06 BBQ Run Ultimate Frisbee Great way to get active for Spring and meet cool folks! Every Sunday at ShiLaoRen Beach, 2pm. We're traveling to tournaments regularly - get involved! Email edwardcheney@ hotmail.com for more information. CONFERENCES & EXHIBITIONS
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Nah Youn Sun & Ulk Wakeniusm Guitar and vocal duo from Korea and Sweden, at Qingdao Concert Hall. Tickets start at 70 元, reductions for students. Call 8297-2878.
Silk n Stockings @ Angel Bar Lao sun of Shanghai Live Bar fame stages his first event in Qingdao. DJs and much more. 50元 for men, free for ladies, free drink for ladies who wear a miniskirt or stockings.
Brahms Recital @ Qingdao People's Auditorium Featuring Qingdao's symphony orchestra. Tickets start at 30元. Call 8289-7229.
Grand Opening @ Pearl Buck Cafe This cool new hangout next to No 1 Bathing Beach has become a favourite for cocktails.
Party Under Sexy Skirt @ Lennon Bar French rockers PUSS swing through on their first China tour, promoting their new album Marmalade! Upbeat, dancey, this is a show you won't want to miss. Free admission?! Awesome! 8pm
Punchline Comedy Club @ REDSTAR Always a sell-out show, always the best time you'll have all month, world-class entertainment from three top international comedians live in Qingdao! Get your tickets early. 250元, 200元 with REDSTAR card. 9pm. Email info@myredstar. com or call 139 0639 0437.
Fête De La Musique @ Sailing Club An international festival to celebrate the spirit of music. Qingdao's free event is being organised by Alliance Française at the Sailing Club (1953), east of No 1 Beach. 2pm. www. afshandong.com.
Wu & the Side Effects @ Freedom Cuba Psychedelic acid fusion rock, fresh from Beijing! Regulars at D22 and 2Kolegas, Wu Kejia and friends bring their folk blues to one of Qingdao's most progressive live music venues. Tickets 40元 at the door. 7:40pm. Call 136 7886 8624 for more info.
Soul by the Sea @ Room Bar Thimble Clan's DJ Jekai brings fresh soul and funky rhythms all night long at one of Qingdao's most flava-ful night spots.
In Deep Films Night @ REDSTAR Intrepid filmmakers Dave Kellogg and Brendan Madden host a screening of their recent work, from Thailand to Iran. 8pm
Please GADA DJ party @ The Beach House. Call 139 0532-3602.
10 @ Lan Shang Art Gallery Japanese/Korean duo of experimental musicians and extravagant improvisations. A piece of performance art, to be held at Qingdao's newest creative outlet. 50元. 139 0532 3602 ART
'Thirty-six Stratagems' @ Lan Shang Art Gallery Check out Creative 100's newest exhibition space! Traditionally influenced modern works by Zhang Youhui.
Photography 'Walk With the Republic' @ Lan Shang Art Gallery
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Essential Numbers Directory Inquiries (diàn huà hào mǎ chá xún) (114/116) 电 话号码查询 Fire (huǒ jǐng ) (119) 火警 First Aid Centre (jí jiù zhōng xīn) (120) 急救中心 Police (bào jǐng) (110) 报警 Qingdao Cable Networking (qīng dăo yŏu xiàn diàn shì) (8570-1999) 青岛有线电视 Taxi Help (chū zū chē tóu sù) (8281-7777) 出租车投诉 Taxi Reservation Hotline (chū zū yù yuē rè xiàn) (9600-9797) 出租预约热线 Tourist Help (lǚ yóu tóu sù zhōng xīn) (8591-2000) 旅游 投诉中心 Traffic Accidents (jiāo tōng shì gù) (122) 交通事故 Electricity Help (gòng diàn jí xiū) (800-8601188) 供电急修 Publice Service Hotline (gōng yòng fú wù rè xiàn) (12319) 24 hour. Including water, gas, heating etc 公用服务热线 China Mobile Service Hotline (yí dòng tōng xùn fú wù diàn huà) (10086) 移动通讯服务 电话 China Unicom Service Hotline (lián tōng zōng hé fú wù diàn huà) (10010) 联通综合服务 电话 China Telecom (diàn xìn zōng hé fú wù diàn huà) (10000) 电 信综合服务电话 Wanneng Locksmith Services (Qingdao Shi Wanneng Kaisuo Zhongxin) (8868-7772) 青岛市 万能开锁中心
Getting Around Qingdao to Beijing Arrive
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CAAC Booking Office (zhōng guó mín háng dìng piào chù) 30 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8577-5555 24 hrs domestic flights, 8577-4249 international flights) 中国民航订票处 香港 中路30号 Qingdao International Airport (qīng dǎo guó jì fēi jī chǎng) (8471-1877, 96567) 青岛 国际飞机场 · 40 minutes drive from CBD (¥80-100) · 13 international destinations · 7.87 million passengers p.a. · 116,000 tons of cargo p.a.
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procedure fee as well. Train Tickets Agency (huǒ chē piào dài shòu diǎn) 33 Nanjing Lu (inside Fushan Bay Hotel) (8069-0077) 火车票代售点 南 京路33号(浮山湾宾馆内) If you buy tickets through this kind of agency, they will charge you 5 元 per ticket for the procedure fee. Qingdao Railway Station (qīng dǎo huǒ chē zhàn) 2 Tai An Lu (9510-5175) 青岛火车站 泰安路2号
Road Huangdao Long Distance Bus Station (huáng dǎo cháng tú qì chē zhàn) 2 Changjiang Xi Lu, Huangdao (8688-9217) 黄岛长 途汽车站 黄岛长江西路2号 Qingdao Long Distance Bus Station (qīng dǎo cháng tú qì chē zhàn) 2 Wenzhou Lu (83718060) 青岛长途汽车站 温州 路2号 Shenzhen Lu (8891-0011) 青岛长途汽车东站 深圳路 Feixian Zhi Lu (8267-6842) 青岛 长途汽车站 费县支路
Sea Huangdao Ferry (huáng dǎo lún dù) Liugong Island (8685-6949) 黄岛轮渡 刘公岛 Qingdao Ferry (qīng dǎo lún dù) 21 Sichuan Lu (8261-9279) 青岛轮渡 四川路21号 30 Xianggang Dong Lu (66889177) 东海中路30号 Qingdao to Huangdao (Sichuan Lu Ferry) Normal ferry from 06:30 to 21:10, every 30 mins. 7元 per ticket. Fast ferry from 7:20 to 11:10 and from 13:20 to 17:00, every 20 mins. 10元 per ticket. Qingdao to Xuejia Dao (Sichuan Lu Ferry) Normal ferry from 06:40 to 19:10, every 40 mins. 10元 per ticket. Fast ferry from 7:15 to 11:20 and from 13:15 to 16:45, every 30 mins. 12元 per ticket. Qingdao to Xuejia Dao (Yinhai Ferry) Fast ferry only. 7:00, 9:00, 11:00, 13:00, 14:30, 16:00. 32元 per ticket.
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Xuejiadao Ferry (xuē jiā dǎo lún dù) Xuejia Island Travel Dock (8670-5247) 薛家岛轮渡 薛家 岛旅游码头
Where to Stay 5 Star Crowne Plaza Qingdao (qīng dǎo yí zhōng huáng guàn jià rì jiŭ diàn) One of Qingdao’s most hospitable choices for world-class accommodation, with entertainment centres, great restaurants and shopping.
=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85718888) 青岛颐中皇冠假日酒店 香港中路76号 HKG Map 1 Grand Regency Hotel (lì jīng dà jiǔ diàn) 110 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8588-1818) 丽晶大酒店 香 港中路110号 HKG Map 12 Haitian Hotel (hǎi tiān dà jiǔ diàn) 48 Xianggang Xi Lu (8387-1888) 海天大酒店 香港 西路48号 Huiquan Dynasty Hotel (huì quán wáng cháo dà jiǔ diàn) 9 Nanhai Lu (8299-9888) 汇泉王 朝大酒店 南海路9号 InterContinental Qingdao (qīng dǎo hǎi ěr zhōu jì jiǔ diàn) The former site of Qingdao’s Olympic Village, the Intercontinental is a world-class luxury hotel with an impressive array of international dining options and top rate amenities at surprising rates. 98 Aomen Lu (6656-6666) 青岛海 尔洲际酒店 澳门路98号 CBD Map 2 Kilin Crown Hotel (Best Western) (qí lín huáng guàn dà jiǔ diàn) 197 Xianggang Dong Lu (88891888) 麒麟皇冠大酒店 香港东 路197号 Sea View Garden Hotel (hǎi jǐng huā yuán dà jiǔ diàn) 2 Zhanghua Lu (8587-5777) 海景 花园大酒店 彰化路2号 Shangri-La Hotel (xiāng gé lǐ lā dà fàn diàn) Complete with some of the finest restaurants and the city’s most glamourous nightlife, this 5-star venue is among the very best hotels. Professional staff attend to your needs and the location is ideal to experience everything Qingdao has to offer. 9 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8388-3838) 香格里拉大饭 店 香港中路9号 CBD Map 34
Copthorne Hotel Qingdao (qīng dǎo guó dūn dà jiǔ diàn) A comfortable, centrally located hotel that houses first-class Cantonese, Japanese, Korean and
Hai Qing Hotel (hǎi qíng dà jiǔ diàn) 11 Donghai Zhong Lu (8596-9888) 海情大酒店 东海 中路11号 Harvest Hotel (shì jì hǎi fēng dà jiǔ diàn) 459 Changjiang Zhong Lu, Huangdao (8699-6666) 世 纪海丰大酒店 黄岛长江中 路459号 Holiday Inn Parkview Qingdao (qīng dǎo jǐng yuán jià rì jiǔ diàn) Part of a top-rated international chain, Holiday Inn has everything for the traveller as well as great restaurants, business and conference services, and easy access to Qingdao’s airport and golf courses. 306 Xingyang Lu, Chengyang District (8096-6888) 青岛景园假日酒店 城阳区兴 阳路306号 Laozhuancun China Comuunity Art and Culture Hotel (lǎo zhuàn cūn China gōng shè wén huà yì shù jiǔ diàn) 8 Minjiang San Lu (8576-8776) 老 转村China公社文化艺术酒店 闽江三路8号 Oceanwide Elite Hotel (fàn hǎi míng rén jiǔ diàn) 29 Taiping Lu (8299-6699) 泛海名人酒店 太 平路29号 Oriental Hotel (dōng fāng fàn diàn) 4 Daxue Lu (8286-5888) 东 方饭店 大学路4号 Sanfod Hotel (shān fú dà jiǔ diàn) 96 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8399-3888) 山孚大酒店 香港 中路96号 Studio 52 (wǔ shí èr píng fāng guó jì gōng yù) 10 Haifeng Lu (8667-8818 ext.157, 8325-3975) 52平方国际公寓 海丰路10号 CBD Map 32
3 Star Beach Castle Hotel (hǎi tān gǔ bǎo jiǔ diàn) 23-25 Changzhou Lu (8289-3666) 海滩古堡酒店 常州路23-25号 Cinema Hotel (yǐng shì dà jiǔ diàn) 65 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8573-5768) 影视大酒店 香港 中路65号 Fuxin Mansion (fǔ xīn dà shà) 5 Minjiang Lu (8591-1009) 府新 大厦 闽江路5号 CBD Map 33 Haixiang Hotel (hǎi xiáng shāng wù jiǔ diàn) 8 Zijin Shan Zhi Lu, Huangdao (8689-0666)
Huanhai Gloria Inn Qingdao (huán hǎi kǎi lái shāng wù jiǔ diàn) 29 Donghai Xi Lu (83878855) 环海凯莱商务酒店 东 海西路29号 Jinjiang Inn (jǐn jiāng zhī xīng) 438 Jinggang Shan Lu, Huangdao (8682-8999) 锦江之 星 黄岛井冈山路438号 100 Nanjing Lu (8310-7999) 南 京路100号 Lu Hai Feng Hotel (lǔ hǎi fēng dà jiǔ diàn) 128 Alishan Lu, Qingdao Kaifaqu (8699-2211) 鲁 海丰大酒店 青岛开发区 阿里 山路128号 Marco Polo Hotel (mǎ kě bō luó shāng wù jiǔ diàn) 636 Jinggang Shan Lu, Huangdao (8689-7999) 马可波罗商务酒店 黄岛井冈 山路636号 Overseas Chinese International Hotel (huá qiáo guó jì fàn diàn) 41 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8572-5666) 华侨国际饭店 香 港中路41号 Qingdao City Home Business Hotel (qīng dǎo chéng shì jiā shāng wù jiǔ diàn) 7 Xianxia Ling Lu (8870-0888) 青岛城市 家商务酒店 仙霞岭路7号 Qingdao Hotel (qīng dǎo fàn diàn) 66 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8578-1888) 青岛饭店 香港中 路66号
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Boutique Hotel Clearsea Arts Hotel (hǎi qīng wén jié yì shù jiǔ diàn) Stunning and innovative hotel, with unique, imported furnishings, numerous pieces of original artwork from artists around China and splendid lounge and dining facilities. On the site of Qingdao German Governor’s Residence, a converted German villa that now houses an art gallery. 26 Longshan Lu (8288-9888) www. clearsea.cn 海青文杰艺术酒 店 龙山路26号 德国总督 府院内
Resort Asana Executive Apartments Qingdao (qīng dǎo jiā shàng huī tíng xíng zhèng gōng yù) Qingdao’s finest serviced apartment community, with stunning views and incredible amenities. 15 (Yi) Donghai Xi Lu (The Sail @ Olympic Bay Apartment B) (8091-5151) 青岛 嘉尚辉庭行政公寓 东海西路 15号乙 (东海路9号B栋)
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Blue Horizon Hotel Huangdao (lán hǎi dà jiǔ diàn) 66 Changjiang Xi Lu, Huangdao (8698-6666) 黄岛蓝海大酒店 黄岛长江西路66号
Haidu Hotel (hǎi dū dà jiǔ diàn) 218 Changjiang Zhong Lu, Huangdao (8699-9888) 海都大 酒店 黄岛长江中路218号
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Blue Horizon Hotel Qingdao (lán hǎi dà fàn diàn) 18 Qinling Lu (West of Municipal Exhibition Centre) (8899-6666) 蓝海大 饭店 秦岭路18号 (会展中 心西邻)
Western restaurants, as well as a bar and coffee shop/deli. Close proximity to much of Qingdao’s nightlife. 28 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8572-1688) 青岛国敦大酒店 香港中路28号 CBD Map 31
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Ausotel Meihua Qingdao (ào sī tè měi huá) Australian hospitality in the Sailing City, complete with a great steakhouse and bar. 135 Yan An San Lu (8197-8777) 澳斯特美华 延安三路135号
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Latour Laguens International Resort Hotel (lā tú lā gān guó jì dù jià jiǔ diàn) Incredible hotel with an affiliated winery in Bordeaux. Boasts a very exclusive wine club, and a stunning location at Shilaoren beach. 316 Xianggang Dong Lu (8896-6969) 拉图拉甘国际度假酒店 香港 东路316号
No. 1 Bathing Beach (dì yī hǎi shuǐ yù chǎng) Qingdao’s most popular beach, and one of the largest. Entertainment includes water sports, beach buggies and quality dining, and attractions such as Tiantai Stadium and Zhongshan Park are nearby. 14 Nanhai Lu (8286-6305) 第一海 水浴场 南海路14号
SPR Resort (SPR nòng hǎi yuán jiǔ diàn) 316 Xianggang Dong Lu (8889-3422, 8889-0394) 青岛SPR弄海园酒店 香港东 路316号
No. 2 Bathing Beach (dì èr hǎi shuǐ yù chǎng) The smallest of Qingdao’s bathing beaches; very private and a great location for swimming. Ideally located for a stroll around the idyllic Badaguan area. Inside Taiping Bay (East of Huiquan Bay) 第二海水浴场 汇泉湾东侧 太平湾内
Hostels Big Brother Guest House (bēn zhī lǚ qīng nián lǚ guǎn) Two locations in Qingdao - These are comfortable and affordable hotels, and part of a national chain. Both boast 60+ beds, and all the mod cons for budget or mid range travellers. www. bigbrotherguesthouse.com 31 Jiangxi Lu (8287-3888) 奔之 旅青年旅馆 江西路31号 6 Baoding Lu (8280-2212) 10 mins walk from train station. Cosy, clean and unbeatable price. Best for small party. 奔之 旅青年旅馆 保定路6号 The Beach House (dà hǎi yì kè zhàn) 1 Wendeng Lu (Right on the water edge of Beach No.1) Directly across from Qingdao’s No 1 Beach, with an awesome rooftop bar area overlooking the city, cool decoration and clean, affordable rooms, the Beach House is a great place to party and stay over. Advance bookings recommended. (8289-3999) www. beachhouseqingdao.com 大海驿客栈 文登路1号 Qingdao Kaiyue Youth Hostel (qīng dǎo kǎi yuè guó jì qīng nián lǚ guǎn) A fine establishment for the weary traveller to rest his head. Carries a charming air of old German architecture, located in the centre of Qingdao concession area. Features a great little bar and is very close to the sea. 31 Jining Lu (8284-5450) yhaqd@ yahoo.com.cn 青岛凯越国际青 年旅馆 济宁路31号 Hotel Ibis (yí bì sī jiǔ diàn) 178 Changjiang Lu, Huangdao (86989888) 宜必思酒店 黄岛长江 路178号 YHA Old Observatory (qīng dǎo ào bó wéi tè guó jì qīng nián lǚ shè) www.hostelqingdao.com 21 Guanxiang Er Lu (8282-2626) 青岛奥博维特国际青年旅社 观象二路21号
No. 3 Bathing Beach (dì sān hǎi shuǐ yù chǎng) Secluded among the sycamores of Badaguan, this popular beach offers mesmerising views of Qingdao’s skyline.. 6 Taiping Jiao Lu 第三海水浴场 太平 角路6号 Shilaoren Beach (shí lǎo rén hǎi shuǐ yù chǎng) Located in the southeast part of Qingdao, at the foot of Wu Mountain, is the so called ‘Old Stone Man’(Shilaoren). Haikou Lu 石老 人海水浴场 海口路
Churches & Temples Lutheran Church (jī dū jiào táng) Built in 1910 , the Protestant Church consists of a peaceful courtyard guarded by an impressive bell tower. Quite a change of atmosphere from the major intersection that lies just outside! Bus No. 1,214,217,220 15 Jiangsu Lu (8286-5970) 基督 教堂 江苏路15号 Qingdao International Christian Fellowship QICF is an interdenominational community of Christian expats and their families meeting at 10am every Sunday; in accordance with local regulations, please bring your foreign passport (or for Chinese citizens, proof of marriage to a foreigner). Intercontinental Hotel, 3rd Floor, Auditorium, 98 Aomen Lu, Near the Olympic Sailing Center www.qicf.org, firstname.lastname@example.org St. Michael’s Cathedral (tiān zhǔ jiào táng) The cathedral was built by the Germans in 1934. Regular services are held on Sunday mornings. The interior features extensive murals and some stained glasswork. Bus No. 1,2,5,6. 15 Zhejiang Lu (82865960) 天主教堂 浙江路15号 Zhanshan Temple (zhàn shān sì) This temple was built in
1945 and is the most recently constructed temple by followers of the Tiantai Buddhist Sect. On Buddha’s birthday, thousands of worshipers gather here to attend the temple’s fair. Bus No. 26,31,201,304,311,316. 2 Zhiquan Lu (8386-2038) 湛山寺 芝泉路2号 Taiqing Palace (tài qīng gōng) Nestled on the east of Laoshan National Park, a centuries-old daoist retreat and a beautiful specimen of harmonious Chinese architecture. Inside Laoshan (8288-9888) 太清宫 崂山内
Museums Chengyang Buddhism Culture Museum (chéng yáng qū fó jiào wén huà yì shù zhǎn lǎn guǎn) 城阳区佛教文化艺术展 览馆 夏庄街道源头社区 Haier Museum (hǎi ěr kē jì guǎn) Middle section of Nanling Lu. (8889-9855) 海尔科技馆 南 岭路中段 Laoshan Tea Culture Museum (láo shān chá wén huà bó wù guǎn) The second floor is tea culture area, the third is specific to Laoshan tea. Take No 109, 106 from Licun, or No 371 from Changle Lu, or No 312 from Tuandao to Xiaowang Village, Wanggezhuang. Xiaowang Living Area, Wanggezhuang Street Scene, Laoshan District 崂 山茶文化博物馆 崂山区王哥 庄街道晓望社区 Huangdao Traditional Culture Museum (huáng dǎo qū mín sú zhǎn lǎn guǎn) 1001 Zhujiang Lu, Huangdao 黄岛区 民俗展览馆 珠江路1001号 Qingdao German-style Prison Site Museum (qīng dǎo dé guó jiān yù jiù zhǐ bó wù guǎn) 21 Changzhou Lu (8286-9773) 青 岛德国监狱旧址博物馆 常州 路21号 Qingdao Library (qīng dǎo shì tú shū guǎn) 109 Yanji Lu (8501-2112) 青岛市图书馆 延 吉路109号 Qingdao Municipal Gallery (qīng dǎo shì měi shù guǎn) 7 Daxue Lu (8288-8886) 青岛市美 术馆 大学路7号 Qingdao Sculpture Museum (qīng dǎo shì diāo sù yì shù guǎn) Situated on Donghai Rd., overlooking the Sea, this museum displays domestic and foreign art both indoor and in its beautiful gardens. 66 Donghai Dong Lu 青岛市雕塑艺术馆 东 海东路66号 Tianhou Palace (tiān hòu gōng) First built in the Ming Dynasty, today it serves as the Qingdao Folk Customs Museum. Bus No.
=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu 6,26,231 19 Taiping Lu (82877656) 天后宫 太平路19号 Tsingtao Brewery Museum (qīng dǎo pí jiǔ bó wù guǎn) Built in 1903, the original Tsingtao Brewery is now the site of an excellent museum including all round information on Qingdao such as old maps and photographs, information on the history of the brewery and the Tsingtao Beer Company, a tour of the brewery including free beer for all at the Brewery Bar to top it off! 56 Dengzhou Lu (8383-3437) 青岛啤酒博物馆 登州路56号
Parks & Gardens Baihua Park (bǎi huā yuàn) 11 Jingshan Lu (8286-0584) 百花苑 京山路11号 Botanical Park (zhí wù yuán) Built in 1976, the Botanical Garden is located at the southern foot of Taipingshan Hill. Inside it is the Senlin Amusement Area. It’s fun for the young and the young at heart. Entrance fee: RMB 10 Bus No. 206, 310, 370, 604 (get off at the Yueyang bus stop) 33 Yunyang Lu (8386-1179) 植物园 郧阳路33号 Little Fish Hill Park (xiǎo yú shān gōng yuán) The tower at the top of the hill offers an excellent view of the surrounding area, including Huiquan Square, the No.1 Bathing Beach and Zhong Shan Park. Bus No. 6,26,501,801 24 Fushan Zhi Lu 小鱼山公园 福山 支路24号 Lu Xun Park (lǔ xùn gōng yuán) It’s located on the shore of Huiquan Bay and offers beautiful views of the sea. Bus No.6, 26, 201, 302, 304, 316. 1 Qinyu Lu (8286-8479) 鲁迅公园 琴屿 路1号 Shilaoren Sightseeing Garden (shí lǎo rén guān guāng yuán) 1 Laoshan Lu (8883-2599) 石老 人观光园 崂山路1号 Signal Hill (xìn hào shān gōng yuán) Xinhao Shan (Signal Hill) was once a signalling station. Nowdays you can climb it to admire the nearby architecture! 18 Longshan Lu (8279-4141) 信 号山公园 龙山路18号 Zhong Shan Park (zhōng shān gōng yuán) Free administration 28 Wendeng Lu (8287-0564) 中山公园 文登路28号
Various Attractions 1388 Culture Street (1388 wén huà jiē) Minjiang San Lu 1388 文化街 闽江三路 Badaguan (bā dà guān) Named after the eight passes of the Great Wall, the area boasts
different architectural styles ranging from German to Dutch. Thick rows of gingko, peach, pine and crab apple trees add to its beauty, especially during spring’s blooming period. Bus No. 15,26,31,202 Wushengguan Lu 八大关 武胜关路 Hua Shi Villa (huā shí lóu) An old castle-like building, located in the Badaguan area next to Beach No.2. 18 Huanghai Lu (83872168) 花石楼 黄海路18号 Huadong Winery (huá dōng jiǔ zhuāng) You can taste different Huadong wines and try the grapes they are made from. Peaceful scenery makes it a great spot to relax for a few hours. Huadong Baili Winery, Nan Long Kou (8881-7878) 华东酒 庄 南龙口 Laoshan Scenic Area (láo shān fēng jǐng míng shèng qū) The Mount Lao Scenic Area (Laoshan), also known as one of the cradles of Taoism, is a national park featuring mountains, forests, waterfalls and views of the sea. Laoshan is situated 30km southeast of Qingdao. Routes: From Qingdao Ferry Dock catch bus No. 304, 312; From Taidong - bus No. 104,110; There is a special tourist line from Tuandao to Yakou-bus No. 802. (8889-5695) 崂山风景 名胜区
Little Qingdao Island (xiăo qīng dǎo) A small island with a famous old lighthouse. Well situated in front of the old city, with an excellent view of the pier. 26 Qinyu Lu (8286-3944) 小 青岛 琴屿路26号 May 4th Square (wǔ sì guǎng chǎng) Named after the May 4th Movement in 1919, this square offers beautiful sea views and has become the symbol of modern Qingdao. 35 Donghai Xi Lu 五四广场 东海西路35号 Music Square (yīn yuè guǎng chǎng) In the centre of the square there is a 20-metre high statue named “Sail of Music”. The platform, overlooking the sea, is designed as an open music score, in which world famous melodies are stored. Bus No. 25, 26, 31, 104, 202 Aomen Lu 音乐广场 澳门路 Qingdao Guest House (qīng dǎo yíng bīn guǎn) This place was built as the German Governor’s Residence in 1905. Famous guests include China’s former presidents Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. Bus No.1, 25, 221, 225, 228. 26 Longshan Lu (8288-9888) 青岛迎宾馆 龙 山路26号 Qingdao Polar Ocean World (qīng dǎo jí dì hǎi yáng shì jiè) Performances begin at
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=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm. Bus No. 317,501,11,102,104. Get off at Wangjia Maidao Bus Station. 60 Donghai Dong Lu (8590-9999) 青岛极地海洋世界 东海东 路60号 Qingdao TV Tower (qīng dǎo diàn shì tǎ) Located on Taiping Hill this tower is 348 metres above sea level and a great place to get a panoramic view of Qingdao. Bus No. 1, 36, 368. 1 Taiping Shan Lu (8365-4020) 青 岛电视塔 太平山路1号 Qingdao Underwater World (qīng dǎo hǎi dǐ shì jiè) 1 Laiyang Lu (8287-8218) 青岛海 底世界 莱阳路1号 Qingdao Zoo (qīng dǎo dòng wù yuán) Bus No. 15,219,220,302. 102 Yan An Yi Lu (8287-2970) 青岛动物园 延安 一路102号 Seashore Sidewalk (bīn hǎi bù xíng dào) 40km of what Qingdao is famous for sand and surf. The route runs from Tuandao (Old Town) via Badaguan to Shilaoren in the east. 滨海步行道 从太平路到 东海路 Tian Mu City (tiān mù chéng) Has a gallery of international architecture, entertainment places, restaurants and tea houses. Between Dengzhou Lu and Liaoning Lu 天幕城 登州 路和辽宁路间 Zhan Qiao Pier (zhàn qiáo) Built in 1891 and located in Qingdao Bay, it is regarded as one of the symbols of Qingdao. At the southern end of the 440-metre-long pier, is a Chinese pavilion called “Huilan”. Bus No. 2, 8, 25, 26, 201, 301, 304. 12 Taiping Lu (8286-8575) 栈桥 太 平路12号
Chinese Dining Looking for the Best Chinese Dining INQINGDAO? Follow the REDSTARS!
BBQ Cafe Asia (yà zhōu kā fēi) 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8600) 亚洲咖啡 香港中 路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日 酒店2层 Golden Hans Buffet (jīn hàn sī pí jiǔ kǎo ròu) 139 Ningxia Lu (8580-0636) 金汉斯啤酒烤肉 宁夏路139号
Handiyuan BBQ (hán dì yuán kǎo ròu) 20 Zijin Shan Zhi Lu, Huangdao (8688-2389) 韩帝园 烤肉 黄岛紫金山支路20号 HBR Music Kitchen (hǎi biān rén yīn yuè chú fáng) Great fusion dishes and service, similar to others in the HBR chain but with a loungier feel and live entertainment most evenings. 8 Haimen Lu (8388-8711) 海边 人音乐厨房 海门路8号 CBD Map 32 Jiuxianfang BBQ (jiǔ xiān fāng) 316 Zijin Shan Lu, Huangdao (8689-0377) 玖鲜坊 黄岛紫金 山路316号 Kylin French Teppanyaki (yù qí lín fǎ shì tiě bǎn shāo) Classically appointed interior with intimate banquet rooms and a personal chef at every table. 69 Aomen Liu Lu (85796116) 玉麒麟法式铁板烧 澳门 六路69号 CBD Map 37 Teng Wang Ge (téng wáng gé jiǔ diàn) 10 Zhanshan San Lu (8386-6997) 滕王阁酒店 湛山 三路10号 True Color (qīng dǎo běn sè pí jiǔ bā) 26 Yan Er Dao Lu (83025078) 青岛本色啤酒吧 燕尔 岛路26号
Beijing De Heng Beijing Roast Duck (běi jīng dé héng kǎo yā diàn) One of Qingdao’s grandest locales for Beijing roast duck, with a colourful facade and giant lions keeping watch over the door. 49 Nanjing Lu (8578-2956) 北京德恒烤鸭店 南京路49号 CBD Map 35 Jinghualou Beijing Roast Duck (jīng huá lóu běi jīng kǎo yā) 11 Fuzhou Bei Lu (8575-7811) 京 华楼北京烤鸭 福州北路11号 Ping’s Beijing Duck (xiǎo wáng fǔ fàn diàn) Crispy duck skin, cucumber and spring onions, all wrapped together in a pancake and garnished with plum sauce. Ping’s is a great place to sample the pleasures of Beijing duck without breaking the bank. 20 Yan Er Dao Lu (8575-0208) 小王 府饭店 燕儿岛路20号 HKG Map 13 Quan Ju De Beijing Roased Duck (quán jù dé běi jīng kǎo yā diàn) 1-2F, Bldg. A, Fenghe Square, 12 Xianggang Zhong Lu (6677-7308) 全聚德北京烤鸭 店 香港中路12号丰合广场A 区1-2层
Cantonese It is often said Cantonese people will eat “anything with legs except a table, and anything that flies except an aeroplane.” Don’t let this put you off - the cuisine is one
of China’s greatest, and includes the delicate dim sum snacks Hirun Old Restaurant (hǎi rùn lăo fàn diàn) Simply superb and centrally located, the sheer number of dishes on the menu will impress first timers, but the myriad flavours will ensure that you keep coming back. 43 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85978868) 海润老饭店 香港中路43 号 CBD Map 42 Moon (yuè) Chinese Restaurant. 2F, InterContinental Qingdao, 98 Aomen Lu (6656-6666 ext.1588) 月 青岛海尔洲际酒店2层 澳 门路98号 Kowloon Tong (jiǔ lóng táng guǎng dōng cài guǎn) 37 Zhangzhou Yi Lu (8578-0198) 九 龙塘广东菜馆 漳州一路37号 Lotus (lián yuán) Dim Sum 2F, Copthorne Hotel Qingdao, 28 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8572-1688 ext. 8500) 莲园 香港中路28号 青岛国敦大酒店2层 Zhongshanyuan (zhōng shān yuán bào chì dùn pĭn diàn) 33 Fuzhou Lu (8577-3333) 中山园 鲍翅炖品店 福州路33号
Dumplings (jiaozi) Da Niang (dà niáng shuǐ jiǎo) Taidong Pedestrian Area 大娘水 饺 台东步行街 Da Qing Hua Dumplings (dà qīng huā jiǎo zi) One of the best places to get your jiaozi fix. Boiled and fried dumplings are available with a wide range of fillings, and there is also an extensive menu of other dishes to supplement them. 56 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85753697) 大清花饺子 香港中路56 号 CBD Map 40 Laobian (lǎo biān jiǎo zi guǎn) Friendly staff, terrific food (well beyond the dumplings), and a beautiful interior make this a sure hit. The lamb and carrot dumplings are particularly good. 39 Nanjing Lu (8577-9938) 老 边饺子馆 南京路39号 CBD Map 43 San He Yuan Dumplings (sān hé yuán shuĭ jiăo) Home-style restaurant that specialises in dumplings. The main menu is in Chinese only, but there is an English language dumpling menu. 39 Zhangzhou Er Lu (8593-2008) 三合园水饺 漳州 二路39号 HKG Map 16
Homestyle Hao Hao Xiao Chu (hào hào xiǎo chú) 7 Xianxialing Lu (88700889) 浩浩小厨 仙霞岭路7号 Haiyiyuan (hǎi yí yuán) 95 Fuchun Jiang Lu, Huangdao (8688-5066) 海怡园 黄岛富春 江路95号
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Jin Shan Restaurant (jīn shān dà jiǔ diàn) Middle section of Shenzhen Lu 金山大酒店 深 圳路中段
Dawanlai Porridge (dà wǎn lái zhōu diàn) 344 Zijin Shan Lu, Huangdao (8697-5888) 大碗来 粥店 黄岛紫金山路344号
Ju Xiang Ju (jù xiàng jū jiā cháng cài guǎn) 10 Chenghai Yi Lu (8589-8217) 聚相居家常菜 馆 澄海一路10号
San Bao (sān bǎo zhōu diàn) 158 Minjiang Lu (8577-0119) 三 宝粥店 闽江路158号
Le Tai Yuan (lè tài yuán kuài cān diàn) 24 hour Chinese fast food, serving home-style cooking, dumplings, barbeque etc. Zhangzhou Er Lu 乐泰园快 餐店 漳州二路 HKG Map 17 Yucong (yù cōng jiā cháng cài guăn) 147 Minjiang Lu (8577-0222) 毓聪家常菜馆 闽 江路147号 Zhou Quan Zhou Dao (zhōu quán zhōu dào cài guăn) 120 Minjiang Lu (8577-8656) 粥全粥 到菜馆 闽江路120号
Hotpot Central Hong Kong Hotpot (zhōng huán xiāng gǎng huǒ guō) 39 Zhangzhou Lu (80777789) 中环香港火锅 漳州路 39号 Donglaishun (dōng lái shùn) 400 Jinggang Shan Lu, Huangdao (8689-9998) 东来顺 黄岛井冈山路400号 Dou Lai Shun (dōu lái shùn fàn diàn) 232 Minjiang Lu (8571-7676) 都来顺饭店 闽江 路232号 Four Season Restaurant The Australian-owned restaurant chain is located in the grounds of Qingdao German Governor’s Residence, former abode of German Governor and Chairman Mao. Fantastic cantonese cuisine and classics from across China with an international twist, in a very artistic setting. 26 Longshan Lu (8288-5308, 8288-5801) www. clearsea.cn 龙山路26号德国总 督府院内 Tanyutou Hotpot (tán yú tóu huŏ guō) 14 Minjiang Lu (85839076) 谭鱼头火锅 闽江路14号 Xiao Fei Yang (xiǎo féi yáng) Sublime hot-pot restaurant chain and uniquely sociable dining experience. The lamb is particularly delicious at this restaurant next to Yinhai Marina. 30 Donghai Zhong Lu (inside Yinhai Marina) (8592-1000) 小肥 羊 东海中路30号(银海国际游 艇俱乐部内) Yaoyao Hotpot (yáo yáo huǒ guō) 55 Furong Lu (8363-8118) 瑶瑶火锅 芙蓉路55号
Porridge Lao Man Ke (lǎo mǎn kè zhōu diàn) 113 Jiangxi Lu (8576-8625) 老满客粥店 江西路113号
Seafood Ah Yat Abalone Restaurant (ā yī bào yú jiǔ jiā) originated by the world master of culinary arts, Mr.Yeung Koon Yat, is famous for it’s abalone,shark’s fin and bird’s nest. Also there are many typical Cantonese cuisine. Warm welcome for your coming. 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8659) 阿一鲍鱼酒家 香港 中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假 日酒2层 Dunhuang (dūn huáng hǎi xiān jiǔ lóu) 106 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8588-7556) 敦煌海鲜 酒楼 香港中路106号 Four Season Restaurant The Australian-owned restaurant chain is located in the grounds of Qingdao German Governor’s Residence, former abode of German Governor and Chairman Mao. Fantastic cantonese cuisine and classics from across China with an international twist, in a very artistic setting. 26 Longshan Lu (8288-5308, 8288-5801) www. clearsea.cn 龙山路26号德国总 督府院内 Golden Sea Corner (jīn hǎi jiǎo dù jià cūn) 27 Taiping Jiao Yi Lu (8386-0188) 金海角度假 村 太平角一路27号 Guang Kai Seafood Restaurant (guǎng kāi hǎi wèi dà jiǔ diàn) 316 Xianggang Dong Lu (88896835) 广开海味大酒店 香港 东路316号 Haidao Seafood Restaurant (hǎi dǎo yú cūn dà jiǔ diàn) 40 Yunxiao Lu (8572-0846) 海岛渔 村大酒店 云霄路40号 Hai Meng Yuan (hǎi mèng yuán) 3 Yan Er Dao Lu (85928488) 海梦园 燕儿岛路3号 Jinshan Restaurant (jīn shān dà jiǔ diàn) Mid Section of Lishandong Lu (8889-0088) 金山 大酒店 李山东路中段 Jinmeng Restaurant (jīn mèng dà jiǔ diàn) 316 Xianggang Dong Lu (oppo. Kilin Crown Hotel) (8889-0285) 金梦大酒 店 香港东路316号 (麒麟大 酒店对面) Yijinglou (yí jǐng lóu hǎi xiān dà shì jiè) 6 Taiwan Lu (85929138) 怡景楼海鲜大世界 台 湾路6号
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Yiqinglou (yí qíng lóu hǎi xiān) 80 Ningxia Lu (8582-5888) 怡情 楼海鲜 宁夏路80号 Yu Ma Tou Seafood Restaurant (yú mǎ tóu hǎi xiān fǎng) Scrumptious seafood and a whole lot more in this Yunxiao Road establishment. All the food here is of the highest quality, but special mention must go to the deep fried spicy squid... out of this world! 24 Yunxiao Lu (85733583) 渔码头海鲜舫 云霄路24 号 CBD Map 39
Shandong Characterised by the use of vinegar and strong aromatics, Shandong cuisine is one of China’s most famous varieties and is particularly prominent here in Qingdao. China Gongshe (zhōng Amazing guó gōng shè) establishment serving upmarket Chinese, with Japanese and Korean influence. Interior modelled on Hakka architecture, exterior looks like a giant fez. 8 Minjiang San Lu (8077-6776) 中国公社 闽江三路8号 HKG Map 15
Lao Zhuan Cun (lǎo zhuàn cūn shān dōng cài guǎn) 112 Minjiang Lu (8575-3776) 老转村 山东菜馆 闽江路112号 Qingdao Restaurant (qīng dǎo cài guǎn ào mén lù diàn) 17 Aomen Lu (8388-0098) 青岛菜 馆(澳门路店) 澳门路17号 Steven Gao’s Restaurant (gāo 20 Zhuhai shì sī fáng cài) Lu (8589-3899) 高氏私房菜 珠 海路20号 Yuansheng Haigang Haorizi (yuán shèng hǎi gǎng hǎo rì zǐ fàn diàn) 5 Yunxiao Lu (85735733) 源盛海港好日子饭店 云 霄路5号
Shanghai Da Shanghai Restaurant (dà shàng hǎi fàn diàn)1F Hai Tian Hotel, 48 Xianggang Xi Lu (83871888) 大上海饭店 香港西路48 号 海天大酒店1层
Sichuan Famed for its bold flavours of chili and huajiao, Sichuan food in Qingdao is nothing like the ‘Kung Pao Chicken’ that you’ll find in other parts of the world. Boiling Fish Township (fèi téng yú xiāng) A contemporary setting to enjoy your Sichuan spices. The picture menu makes ordering easier, and you can also enjoy the inventive English translations they have come up with. 1F, C Tower, World Trade Centre, 6 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8591-9917) 沸腾鱼乡 香港中 路6号 (世界贸易中心C座1 层) CBD Map 31
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=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu Dieqiao (dié qiào shí shàng chuān cài cān tīng) Classy Sichuan restaurant with a stunning bamboo display scaling its two floors. 111 Zhangzhou Lu (8571-7123) 蝶俏时尚川菜餐 厅 漳州路111号 HKG Map 11 Lao Sichuan (lǎo sì chuān jiǔ jiā) 105 Zijin Shan Lu, Huangdao (8688-9667)老四川酒家 黄岛 紫金山路105号
Lao Zhuan Cun (lǎo zhuàn cūn) Superb Sichuan fare, with great service. A hugely popular restaurant with locals and laowais alike, and one of the few Chinese restaurants at which you may have to book ahead. Try the lamb, served on a sizzling platter - mouthwatering! 158 Minjiang Lu (8577-2776) 老转村 闽江 路158号 Qin Ji (qín jì xiāng là shí fǔ) Sichuan restaurant that specialises in delicious spicy crab meat. The pan-fried baozi are also not to be missed! 230 Minjiang Lu (8575-7599) 秦记 香辣食府 闽江路230号 HKG Map 14 Shan Cheng Chilli Pepper (shān chéng hóng là jiāo) 24 hour Sichuan restaurant, perfect for your late night spice cravings. As the name suggests, red-hot chilli peppers are a priority here! 109 Minjiang Lu 山城红辣椒 闽江 路109号 CBD Map 38 Shu Xiang Yuan (shǔ xiāng yuàn) Hidden away in the basement of the World Trade Centre, this gem is well worth finding. Shu Xiang Yuan specialises in spicy Sichuan cuisine – their mapo doufu comes highly recommended. 6 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85910688) 蜀香苑 香港中路6号 CBD Map 33 South Beauty (qiào jiāng nán) Inside Ausotel, this curiously designed establishment has isolated dining cocoons in which you can feast on a gourmet fusion of Sichuan and Guangdong food. A splendid upmarket Chinese restaurant. 1F, Ausotel Meihua, 135 Yan An San Lu (8197-8877) 俏江南 延安三 路135号 美华澳斯特酒店1层 CBD Map 44 Tian Lu Yuan (tiān lù yuán dà jiǔ diàn) Fantastic Sichuan place with helpful staff and terrific cuisine. Tian Lu Yuan will satisfy in every way. 20-24 Yanerdao Lu (8577-9879) 天禄园大酒店 燕 儿岛路20-4号 HKG Map 12 Xiao Shao Xing (xiǎo shào xīng) 636 Jinggang Shan Lu, Huangdao (8689-7777) 小绍兴 黄岛井冈山路636号
Taiwan Autumn Town (qiū tiān xiǎo zhèn) 27 Dayao Er Lu (85788349) 秋天小镇 大尧二路 27号 Bellagio (lù gǎng xiǎo zhèn) With great service and dozens of dishes from all over Asia, this chic eatery is a great choice for any occasion. Truly impressive all round, especially the shaved ices and other desserts. Also has locations in Beijing and Shanghai. Aomen San Lu (83870877) 鹿港小镇 澳门三路CBD Map 34 La Zuyette Restaurant (fǎ yē cān tīng) Elegant, lavishly decorated Chinese restaurant that serves a wide range of cuisine including Cantonese, Sichuan, Taiwan, Shanghai and Shandong specialities. 53 Yunxiao Lu (8578-8368) 法耶餐 厅 云霄路53号 CBD Map 41 Taipei Yes (tái běi Yes) An extremely hip locale with great service and atmosphere, inside Sunshine department store. Don’t miss the awesome milkshakes! 2F, Sunshine Dept. Store, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8667-7088) 台北Yes 香港中路 38号 阳光百货2层 CBD Map 36
Xinjiang Xinjiang Red Guava Restaurant (xīn jiāng hóng shí liú) Rm. 701, Tian Mu City, 80 Liaoning Lu (8202-8018) 新疆红石榴 辽宁 路80号 天幕美食城内701号
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Fusion Cafe Asia (yà zhōu kā fēi) 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel Qingdao, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85718888) 亚洲咖啡 香港中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日酒店2层 HKG Map 12 Café Yum (yī pǐn táng zì zhù cān tīng) Amazing. This restaurant is by far the best buffet in town, with made-toorder pastas, delicacies from all over Asia and a great desert selection. Plus all you can drink beer! 1F, Valley Wing, ShangriLa Hotel. 9 Xianggang Zhong Lu(8388-3838 ext. 6478) 一品 堂自助餐厅 香港中路9号 香 格里拉大饭店盛世阁1层 CBD Map 31 Flavours (pǐn xiāng yuàn) All Day Dining. 3F, InterContinental
Qingdao, 98 Aomen Lu (66566666 ext.1555) 品香苑 青岛海 尔洲际酒店3层 澳门路98号 Hong Kong 97 (xiāng gǎng jiǔ qī) An excellent, up-market Hong Kong chain, which has superb range of Chinese dishes as well as Japanese, Thai and Korean food. 90 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8588-3388) 香港97 香港中路90号 HKG Map 13 Hong Kong 97 VIP (xiāng gǎng jiǔ qī VIP) 1-2F, Huanhai Apartment, 22 Yan Er Dao Lu (8597-1112) 香港97VIP店 燕儿 岛路22号 环海公寓1、2层 In the Kitchen/Top (guó yàn chú fáng) Huge restaurant with an atmosphere as full-on as its ambition. Multi-faceted, pan-Asian cuisine, belly dancers, musicians... Chaos! 18 Ninghai Lu (Beer Street) (8380-9888) 国宴厨 房 宁海路18号(啤酒街)
Indian Cafe Asia (yà zhōu kā fēi) 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel Qingdao, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85718888) 亚洲咖啡 香港中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日酒店2层 Fatema Indian Restaurant (fă dì mă yìn dù cān tīng) Some of the finest cuisine in Qingdao, Fatema’s range of Indian specialities is astounding. From delicate kormas to tonguesearing vindaloos, authentic dishes are carefully prepared according to genuine regional recipes. 10 Gutian Lu (137-30994178) 法蒂玛印度餐厅 古田路 10号丁 HKG Map 11 Flavors Pizza & Cafe (měi wèi kā fēi xī cān tīng) No. 10, Bldg. 29, Tiantai Apartments, Lushan Lu, Huangdao (8699-9140) 美味咖 啡西餐厅 黄岛庐山路 天泰 小区29座 Yamuna (yà mù nà yìn dù liào lǐ) A gem of an Indian restaurant, with great service and perfectly blended curries. Reasonably priced, especially given the quality, and a great place to impress guests. Located at the back of the opulent Haiqing Hotel ‘A’ Block. 2F, bldg. A, Haiqing Hotel, 11 Donghai Zhong Lu (8588-7868) 亚穆纳 印度料理 东海中路11号 海 情大酒店A座2层
Japanese Aka-Noren (chì de shān shuǐ/ chi nuan lian) 19 Chenghai Yi Lu (8593-5719) www.chinuanlian. com/jieshao.html 赤的山水 澄 海一路19号 Agemann (yáng wàn gǔ rì běn liào lǐ) 4F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8680) 扬万古日本料理 香
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港中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假 日酒4层
Huangdao (8699-9916) 割烹富 士 黄岛武夷山路263号
Ajisen Noodle (wèi qiān lā miàn) 1F, Carrefour, 21 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85806375) 味千拉面 香港中路21 号 家乐福1层 2F, Jusco, 72 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85973351) 香港中路72号 佳世 客2层
Honghua Village (hóng huā xiāng gǔ) 2F, Copthorne Hotel Qingdao, 28 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8572-1688 ext. 8700) 红花香 谷 香港中路28号 青岛国敦 大酒店2层
Daochuan (dào chuān rì běn liào lǐ)10 (Jia) Gutian Lu (85895418) 稻川日本料理 古田路 10号甲 Gepeng Fushi Japanese (gē pēng fù shì) 263 Wuyi Shan Lu,
Kuji Kuji Asian Dining and Sweets 110 Shanghang Lu (8592-1830) 上杭路110号 HKG Map 17 MANCHIO (mǎn zhào xīn gài niàn rì běn liào lǐ) Man Chio combines the soul of the Beijing 798 art scene with the classic
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architecture of the Governor’s mansion. Master Chef Takagi has successfully opened 17 restaurants in the Nagoya area, and Man Chio is his first foray into China, with traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine. 26 Longshan Lu (8288-5690) www. clearsea.cn 满兆新概念日本料 理 龙山路26号 (德国总督府 官邸院内) Niuchang Japanese (niú chǎng rì běn liào lǐ) 192 Wuyi Shan Lu, Huangdao (8610-9731) 牛场日 本料理 黄岛武夷山路192号
Noboru (shēng jiā) Excellent selection of Japanese favourites, from hot pots to sizzling beef to sashimi. 158元 all-you-can-eat! 123 Zhangzhou Er Lu (85882737) 昇家 漳州二路123 号 150 Jiangxi Lu (8588-8007) 昇家 江西路150号 2F, Bldg. A, Haiqing Hotel, 11 Donghai Zhong Lu 昇家 东海中路11 号 海情大酒店A座2层 Qian Shi (qiān shí) Excellent prices on a range of set dinners and a la carte items, all prepared under the tutelage of Haitian Hotel’s former chef. The beef dinner also consists of sashimi,
abalone, foie gras, tuna and much else. 7 Taiwan Lu (85900966) 千石 台湾路7号 Qingshuiwu Japanese (qīng shuǐ wū rì běn liào lǐ) 370 Wuyi Shan Lu, Huangdao (8697-3783) 清水屋日本料理 黄岛武夷山 路370号 Sumo and Sushi (yù hǎi lì) 12 Gutian Lu (8587-6001) 玉海力 古田路12号 HKG Map 16 Takewaka Kaiseki Nihon Ryori (zhú ruò huái shí rì běn liào lǐ) 2F, Post Hotel, 97 Xianggang Xi Lu (8399-9842) 竹若怀石日 本料理 香港西路87号 邮电
宾馆2层 Tengshan Japanese Restaurant (téng shān rì běn liào lǐ) 6 Chenghai San Lu (8592-2477) 滕 山日本料理 澄海三路6号 Xiangyin Japanese (xiāng yīn rì běn liào lǐ) 368 Wuyi Shan Lu, Huangdao (8697-3948) 乡音日 本料理 黄岛武夷山路368号 Yamazen Japanese Cuisine (shān qián) Cnr. Yan Er Dao Lu & Xiao yao San Lu (Opposite Yanerdao Lu Elementary School) (8592-0138) 山前 燕儿岛路逍 遥三路交叉口(燕儿岛路小学 对面) HKG Map 14
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=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu Yinshui Japanese Restaurant (yín shuǐ rì běn liào lǐ) 279 Wuyi Shan Lu, Huangdao (8699-9050) 银水日本料理 黄岛武夷山 路279号 Yu Shen Hu (yù shén hù) Raw fish galore in this Japanese sushi bar. Great taste, great value. 11 Yan Er Dao Lu (8592-5470) 御神 户 燕儿岛路11号
Korean With up to 100,000 Koreans calling Qingdao home, Korean restaurants abound throughout Hong Kong Garden and other neighbourhoods. Some great dishes include: •p ào cài 泡菜 (kimchi) - spicy pickled vegetables, often an appetizer (v) • t ǔ dòu bǐng 土豆饼 - potato pancake with onion • bàn fàn 拌饭 (bebimbap) bowl of rice with vegetables, egg and usually meat •h án guó shāo kǎo 韩国烧 烤 - Korean barbecue An Shi Stove (ān shì huǒ lú) Intimate Korean BBQ place on the pedestrian area of HK Garden (very close to the SPR coffee shop). Usually fills up at dinner time so be sure to get there early. 82 Zhangzhou Er Lu (8593-6869) 安氏火炉 漳州二路82号 HKG Map 18 Ba Gong Shan (bā gōng shān) 23 Zhangzhou Yi Lu (8575-5346) 八公山 漳州一路23号 Don Korea (dōng gǔ lái) 87 Donghai Dong Lu (8097-8899) 东古来 东海东路87号 Han A Reum (dà róng shù) 2F, Copthorne Hotel Qingdao, 28 Xianggang Zhong Lu (88678080) 大榕树 香港中路28号 青岛国敦大酒店2层 Hengbo Restaurant (hēng bó míng jiā) An incredibly classy Korean eatery with a whole floor dedicated to barbeque. The set dinner consists of nearly 20 exquisitely prepared courses. 12 Jianfei Garden, 87 Xianggang Dong Lu (8801-1080) 亨伯名家 香港东路87号 建飞花园12号 Huo Lu Qing Charcoal BBQ House (huǒ lú qíng tàn huǒ shāo kǎo wū) A great and reasonably-priced Korean BBQ restaurant. No English menu, but the staff are friendly and helpful. 14 Gutian Lu (8588-6773) 火炉 情炭火烧烤屋 古田路14号 HKG Map 15 Jingfugong (jǐng fú gōng) 43 Xianggang Xi Lu (8386-2449) 景 福宫 香港西路43号 Kumsu Kangsan (jǐn xiù shān hé hán guó cān tīng) 4F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888
ext.8690) 锦绣山河韩国餐厅 香港中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠 假日酒4层 Meng Family Korean Restaurant (mèng jiā hán guó cān tīng) 1F, Kaixuan Garden, 1-4 Xianxia Ling Lu (8896-3382) 孟家韩国 餐厅 仙霞岭路1-4 凯旋家 园1层 Mix Mix (mǐ shì mǐ shì) 202 Changjiang Zhong Lu, Qingdao Kaifaqu (8699-5566) 米世米世 青岛开发区 长江中路202号 Tudari (tŭ dà lì) A branch of the popular Korean chain. Tudari has a large selection of Korean food on its menu. 131 Minjiang Lu (8577-3011) 土大力 闽江路131 号 CBD Map 32 Yicun Korean (yì cūn cān tīng) 1325 Zhujiang Lu, Huangdao (8699-0199) 艺村餐厅 黄岛珠 江路1325号 Hamheaung Korean Cold Noodles (zhèng ān yī wèi) A great place for cold noodle dishes, of course. This restaurant also serves a wide range of traditional Korean specialties. Conveniently located just north of Hong Kong Gardens. 10 Gutian Lu (8589-2055) 正安一味 古田 路10号 HKG Map 15
Thai Bamboo Bar & Thai Restaurant (shuǐ àn tài guó cān bā) Indulge in fine Thai cuisine, or just chill out in the laid-back surroundings and soak up the atmosphere with a bottle of suds. 34 Shanghang Lu (85895152) 水岸泰国餐吧 上杭路 34号 HKG Map 5
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American Ric’s American Cafe (ruì kè měi shì cān bā) 182 Wuyi Shan Lu, Huangdao (8610-6726) 瑞克美 式餐吧 黄岛武夷山路182号 The Diner (dān ní měi Fast, shì cān tīng) friendly service, proper English breakfasts (weekends only), bottomless cups of coffee, a decadent chocolate soufflé and the biggest burger in town. Next to the Coffee Spark in May 4th Square. 33 Donghai Xi Lu (8577-2051) 丹尼美式餐厅 东 海西路33号 CBD Map 31
Brazilian Cafe Asia (yà zhōu kā fēi) 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel Qingdao, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85718888) 亚洲咖啡 香港中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日酒店2层 HKG Map 12 Golden Hans (jīn hàn sī) Brazilian-style barbecue, with over 20 different types and served at your table by waiters resembling cowboys in lederhosen. Pitchers are only 12 RMB, or free between 11am2pm. 139 Ningxia Lu (8580-0636) 金汉斯 宁夏路139号
French 1903 Just for lovers, this restaurant has one table, and the same number of cooks. Above Room Bar, book ahead (139 0532-3300) 滨海花园 La Villa (lā wéi lā fǎ guó cān This great, chilled tīng) bar/restaurant features a Tapas Bar on the left and fine French cuisine on the right. Cool music and some of the best cocktails in town, making this a superb place to chill out or catch up with friends. 5 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8388-6833) 拉维拉 法国餐厅 香港中路5号CBD Map 35 Le Bang (lè bāng fǎ guó xī Great selection cān tīng) of food, wine and cool music. Comfy seating and a chilledout vibe, particularly on the spacious second floor loft. Sunday evenings pizza is buy 1 get 1 free. 21 Chenghai Yi Lu (8593-5279) 乐邦法国西餐厅 澄海一路21号 HKG Map 1
Fusion Cafe Asia (yà zhōu kā fēi) Western, Asian, Indian, Brazilian and Mongolian buffet. Bread and cakes 50% off everyday after 5:30pm at the deli counter. 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel Qingdao, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85718888) 亚洲咖啡 香港中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日酒店2层 HKG Map 12 Café Yum (yī pǐn táng zì zhù cān tīng) Theatre Café concept in buffet and a la carte. 1F, Valley Wing, Shangri-La Hotel. 9 Xianggang Zhong Lu(8388-3838 ext. 6478) 一品堂自助餐厅 香 港中路9号 香格里拉大饭店 盛世阁1层 CBD Map 31 The Oriental Express Serving classic and inventive international fare by renowned chef Nathan and his friendly staff led by Huangdao Kaifaqu favorite Max. A great place to meet friends for some comfort food made with a generous helping of affection and care. 126 Lushan Lu, Huangdao (134
6829-9634) 黄岛庐山路126号 Spring (fǎ ěr chūn tiān zhŭ liú cān bā) 8 Minjiang Lu (85808889) 法尔春天主流餐吧 闽 江路8号 Sunshine Grill (yáng guāng xī cān tīng) A generous buffet of salad items, desserts, sashimi and more accompanies every gourmet entree (or just get the buffet!), and the smoothies are extremely good as well. Stop in for lunch or dinner. 2F, Sunshine Dept. Store, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8667-7190) 阳光西餐 厅 香港中路38号 阳光百货2 层 CBD Map 33 Taste Music Restaurant (mù zĭ yōu pǐn) 8 Aomen Qi Lu (83811111) 木子优品 澳门七路8号 Wildfire (míng yàn) Grill Restaurant. 1F, InterContinental Qingdao, 98 Aomen Lu (66566666-1566) 明焰 青岛海尔洲 际酒店1层 澳门路98号
German Monnemer Eck (màn hǎi mǔ jiǎo xī cān tīng jiǔ bā) The only place in town to sample delicious authentic German food. German beer and huge portions of Bratwurst, schnitzel and sauerkraut to fill even the largest of bellies. 173 Jiangxi Lu (8592-1096) 曼海姆 角西餐厅酒吧 江西路173号 HKG Map 14
Italian Cassani (kǎ sà nī) This Italian-owned cafe and restaurant offers superb coffee and a wide range of luscious ice creams. To soak up the relaxing atmosphere, drop by at night for a cocktail or glass of fine wine - special night every week! Indulge yourself like you’re in italy. 90 (Yi) Minjiang Lu (85818263) 卡萨妮 闽江路90号乙 CBD Map 6 Da Vinci Restaurant & Lounge (dá fēn qí yì dà lì cān tīng) Authentic and new creation menus, old and new world wines. Valley Wing Level 3, Shangri-La Hotel, Qingdao, 9 Xianggang zhong lu (8388-3838 ext. 6900) 达芬奇意大利餐厅 香港中路 9号 青岛香格里拉大饭店盛 世阁3层 CBD Map 34 Murano’s (mèng lā nuò) 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext. 8650) 梦拉诺 香港中路 76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日酒 店2层
=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu Napoli Italian Wine Bar & Restaurant (ná bō lĭ yì dà lì jiǔ bā cān tīng) Chef Stefano continues to create works of culinary art. For perennially perfect pastas and pizzas, don’t hesitate to spend an evening here. 43 Xianggang Xi Lu (oppo. Haitian Hotel) (8386-2200) 拿波里意大利酒吧餐厅 香港 西路43号(海天大酒店对面) Pasta Fresca Da Salvatore Italian Restaurant (shā huá duō lì yì dà lì cān tīng) Expert chefs bring the finest of Italian cuisine to Qingdao. Delicious pastas and mains, a fine list of wines and the best pizzas in town. Buon appetito! 1F, Nth. Tower, Huangjin Plaza, 20 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85025647) 沙华多利意大利餐厅 香港中路20号 黄金广场北 楼1层 CBD Map 1 Trattoria Verde (běi lǜ dăo yì Brand dà lì míng cài cān tīng) new Italian eatery conveniently located in Hong Kong Gardens. For a fresh take on lasagna, carbonara and arrabiata along with a great range of wines, this place is definitely worth a visit! 100 Shanghang Lu (8589-8530) 北绿岛意大利名菜餐厅 上杭 路100号 HKG Map 11
Mexican TJ’s (mò xī gē fēng wèi xiǎo wū) Tacos, burritos, fajitas, guacamole, horchata and excellent refried beans Mexican dining in Qingdao has never been better. But they have hamburgers, too! 162 (Bing) Jiangxi Lu (85878098) 墨 西哥风味小屋 江西路162 号丙
Pizza / Delivery Big Pizza (bǐ gé) 384 Jinggang Shan Lu, Huangdao (8688-9599) 比格 黄岛井冈山路384号 Flavors Pizza & Cafe (měi wèi kā fēi xī cān tīng) Bldg. 29, Tiantai Apartments, Lushan Lu, Huangdao (8699-9140) 美味咖 啡西餐厅 黄岛庐山路 天泰 小区29座 Genoa Pizza (jí nuò wǎ bǐ sà) 2F, 76 Weihai Lu (8380-9022) 吉 诺瓦比萨 威海路76号2层 Lisa’s Pizzeria (lì sà bǐ sà) Great place serving much more than pizza (the ribs are highly recommended); home delivery is available. David and Ellen also keep a great selection of local art, most of which is for sale. 8 Chenghai Yi Lu (8588-8839) 力萨比萨 澄海一路8号 HKG Map 12 Aomen Lu (8577-7723) 力萨比萨 澳门路
Pizza Hut (bì shèng kè) American-style pizza that comes with a wide range of toppings and crusts. Reliably tasty, not too expensive. 1F, 63 Taidong San Lu (8367-2988) 必胜客 台东三 路63号1层 B1, Yihe Mansion, 10 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85030088) 必胜客 香港中路10号 颐和国际B座1层 CBD Map 32
snacks and deserts. The Taidong location specialises in coffee and cheesecake. 19 Minjiang Lu (8501-7332) 艾蜜儿蛋糕店 闽 江路19号 Weihai Lu, Pedestrian Walk (8381-6356) 艾蜜儿蛋 糕店 威海路步行街一期 72 Shanghang Lu (8588-3613) 艾 蜜儿蛋糕店 上杭路72号 HKG Map 18
Pizza JJ (dì dì bǐ sà) An Americanstyle pizzeria with American-style sizes – their XXL ‘Superpizza’ is a whopping 50cm in diameter! Sit in for dinner and enjoy the spectacular doughtossing show. Home delivery available. 10 Gutian Lu (85923033) 帝帝比萨(青岛店) 古田 路10号 HKG Map 17 361 Heyang Lu, Chengyang (8796-8680) 帝帝 比萨(城阳店) 合阳路361号
Bäckermeister (bèi mài sī tè) Freshly baked artisan breads in the finest European tradition, as well as soups, sandwiches coffee and imported wine. Also serves breakfast. Open 6:4521:30. 151 Minjiang Lu (80770123) 贝麦斯特 闽江路151号 HKG Map 20
Sorrento Pizza (sà lái duō bǐ sà) A great alternative to Pizza Hut! The service is good with at least 6 servers on hand to assist customers. They also deliver, so you can kick back at home. 50 Zhangzhou Er Lu (8592-8282) 萨来多比萨 漳州二路50 号 HKG Map 3 Xianxialing Lu 仙霞岭路 216 Changcheng Lu, Chengyang (8772-4221) 萨来 多比萨 城阳长城路216号
Russian Kalinka Russian Restaurant (kǎ lín kǎ é shì jiǔ bā) An extensive menu, with a range of salads, snacks and more substantial mains. Delicious food and plenty of vodka to wash it down! Come at dinner time, when live music and dancing will entertain you as you eat. 52 Zhangzhou Er Lu (8589-1185) 卡琳卡俄式酒吧 漳州二路52号 HKG Map 4
Turkish Istanbul (yī shì tǎn bù ěr) Great roasted lamb, bbq skewers, fresh veggies and delectable yogurt sauce at prices that will make you over-order. A great addition to Qingdao’s international food scene. 2F, Food Court, iGo Mall, Hong Kong Gardens (8118-0888) 伊士坦布 尔 古田路18号 爱购时尚百货 商城2层 美食广场
Café, Tea, Ice Cream Cafés Alexander Coffee (yà lì shān dà kā fēi) 36 Daming Lu (Weihai Lu Pedestrian Area) (8381-1663) 亚 历山大咖啡 大名路36号 (威 海路步行街) Amy’s Bakery (ài mì ér dàn The HKG location gāo diàn) serves an impressive array of western-style sandwiches and
Bei An Cafe (běi àn kā fēi guǎn) 69 Ao Men Lu (8577-3337) 北岸 咖啡馆 澳门路69号 Box Café Shop (hé zi zá huò diàn) A funky little café/bar/ sundry store selling attractive household items, quirky gifts and even a range of skate shoes! 51 Zhangzhou Lu (8573-1189) 盒 子杂货店 漳州路51号 HKG Map 13 Cafe Alley (áo lì kā fēi) 24 hour seaview cafe. 35 Donghai Xi Lu (6677-6797) 敖丽咖啡 东 海西路35号 CBD Map 35 Café BIC 65 Zhangzhou Lu (85781698) 漳州路65号 Cafe Davinne’s (kā fēi dá bīn sī) Sumptuous, homemade Belgian chocolates, waffles, ice creams and quality coffee, lovingly prepared in a homely setting. For when life has worn you out and you need a little pampering. C2, 308 Xianggang Dong Lu (8896-7653) 咖啡达彬 斯 香港东路308号C2 Cafe Koco (kā fēi kù kè) An oasis for beers and coffees near Shilaoren! Looking out toward the bay, Koco is a great place to relax with a nice afternoon tea, or try out their occasional live music in the evenings. 83-9 Xianggang Dong Lu (88013620) 咖啡酷客 香港东路 83-9 Café Kona (kā fēi kòu nà) With a great atmosphere, well-crafted beans from Hawaii’s Kona Coast and an assortment of delicious desserts, Cafe Kona is a very pleasant place to sit for a while and enjoy a few cups of joe. Open at 08:00 21 (Jia) Minjiang Er Lu (8573-5300) 咖 啡蔻纳 闽江二路21号(甲) HKG Map 12 3 Taipingjiao Er Lu (8389-6682) 咖啡蔻纳 太平 角二路3号 Laoshan Beijiushui (8705-3257) 咖啡蔻纳 崂山 北九水
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=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu Café Maru (kā fēi mǎ lǔ) Open at 08:00 28 Zhangzhou Yi Lu (8575-6668) 咖啡玛鲁 漳州 一路28号 HKG Map 15 Cafe Mingjia (kā fēi míng jiā) A delightful fusion of old Chinesestyle structure complete with tea house upstairs, roastery on the ground level, and expertise. Walk around the Shilaoren Sightseeing Garden for a while before settling in, and then enjoy their excellent brews and wifi for the rest of the afternoon. Inside Shilaoren Sightseeing Garden (8883-2566) 咖啡明家 石老人观光园内 Cafe Solo (suǒ lún kā fēi) Gorgeous little place set in a small garden on Yanerdao Lu! With Tsingtao’s at RMB 15, Solo’s sure to become a popular hangout. Not easy to find - south of the Crowne Plaza on Yanerdao Lu, about 20m before you get to crossroads with Donghai Lu, look behind the hedgerows on the western side of the street. 1 Hua Qing Huayuan (Hai Meng Yuan Duimian) 6 Yanerdao Lu (85778000) 索伦咖啡 燕儿岛路6号 华青花园1号楼 (海梦苑对面) Cassani (kǎ sà nī) This Italian-owned cafe and restaurant offers superb coffee and a wide range of luscious ice creams. To soak up the relaxing atmosphere, drop by at night for a cocktail or glass of fine wine - special night every week! Indulge yourself like you’re in italy. 90 (Yi) Minjiang Lu (85818263) 卡萨妮 闽江路90号乙 CBD Map 6 Cisco Coffee Club (xī kě kā fēi) 1F, Lobby, Qingdao University International Center for Academic Exchanges (85895220 ext.8077) 西可咖啡 青岛大学(西院)国际学术交流 中心一层大堂 Coast Coffee (hǎi àn kā fēi) Korean-run coffee bar and fashion lounge - a great place to hang out! 18 Xuzhou Lu (85836225) 海岸咖啡 徐州路18号 CBD Map 34 Cream Coffee (kè lì mǎ kā fēi tīng) 8 Zijin Shan Lu, Huangdao 客利玛咖啡厅 黄岛紫金山 路8号 Dio Coffee (dī ōu kā fēi) 636 Jinggang Shan Lu, Huangdao (8098-5500) 迪欧咖啡 黄岛井 冈山路636号 Drip Drop Coffee (dī dī fāng) 4F, Harvest Hotel, 459 Changjiang Zhong Lu, Huangdao (8699-6666 ext. 8556) 滴滴坊 长江中路 459号 世纪海丰大酒店4层 Enjoy Time Tea House 322 zijinshanlu, Huangdao (150 2005-1717) 紫金山路322号
Four Seasons Café (sì jì kā fēi tīng) Situated by the idyllic garden on the roof of Sunshine Department Store, the Four Seasons is one of the most tranquil places in town to enjoy a cup of coffee. Drinks are slightly more pricey than the norm, but worth the extra expense. 5F, Sunnyworld Cyberport (entrance next to Haagen-Dasz), 40 Xianggang Zhong Lu (86678297) 四季咖啡厅 香港中路40 号 数码港旗航5层 CBD Map 37 Granell Cafes (bā sà kā fēi) 177 Minjiang Lu (133 0532-7065) 巴 萨咖啡 闽江路177号 Hausbrandt Italian Café (hào shì kā fēi) Beautiful design makes for a social atmosphere, helping this cafe stand out in a neighbourhood quickly becoming overrun with coffee beans. But it’s the variety of coffees that really makes this place shine. 31 Minjiang Er Lu (8571-6861) 浩世咖啡 闽江二 路31号 HKG Map 17 Hehe Cafe & Books Ideamarket (hé hé kā fēi hé shū) Zhangzhou Yi Lu 和合咖啡和书 漳州一路 Java Coffee/Deli (Java kā fēi wū) 1F, Copthorne Hotel Qingdao, 28 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8572-1688 ext. 8899) Java咖 啡屋 香港中路28号 青岛国敦 大酒店1层 Mamahuhu Café (mǎ mǎ hǔ hǔ kā fēi) 21 Guanxiang Er Lu (located in an observatory, inside of Guanxiangshan Park) (8282-2626) 马马虎虎咖啡 观 象二路21号 (观象山天文 台内) Mingdian Coffee (míng diǎn kā fēi yǔ chá) 22 Minjiang Lu (8572-7233) 名典咖啡语茶 闽 江路22号 376 Jinggang Shan Lu, Huangdao (8688-0000) 名 典咖啡语茶 黄岛井冈山路 376号 Pearl S. Buck Café (sài zhēn zhū kā fēi tīng) 1 Wendeng Lu (Right on the water edge of Beach No.1) (8289-3999) 赛珍珠咖啡厅 文 登路1号 Piazza D’oro 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8610) 香港中 路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日 酒2层
Shangpin Coffee Terrain (shàng pǐn kā fēi) 149 Minjiang Lu (8578-5626) 尚品咖啡 闽江 路149号 Snail Coffee Bar (wō niú kā 22 Dagu lu, near fēi bā) zhongshan Lu 蜗牛咖啡吧 大 沽路 22号(中山路旁边) Coffee Spark At May 4th Square still manages to stand head and shoulders above the rest. Serving great pizza in addition to their coffee, stop in for a bite and relax for a while. Open at 09:00 35 Donghai Xi Lu (inside May 4th Square) (85782296) 东海西路35号(五四广 场内) CBD Map 33 SPR White House (nòng hǎi yuán bái gōng huì suǒ) More than just coffee. Next to popular Shilaoren Beach, and with an on-site swimming pool and restaurant as well as a private area on the roof for weddings or parties. Surf Plaza, 316 Xianggang Dong Lu (88891237) 弄海园白宫会所 香港东 路316号 弄海园 Starbucks Coffee (xīng bā A sure bet for kè kā fēi) your caffeine fix, with the same well-appointed interior and service you would expect at any franchise in the world. Open at 07:30 1B, Hisense Plaza Shopping Centre, 50 Donghai Xi Lu 东海西 路50号 海信奥运广场1B 1F Sunshine Plaza, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8667-8766) 星巴克 咖啡 香港中路38号 阳光百 货1层 CBD Map 36 1F, Jusco, 72 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85752991) 星巴克咖啡 香港中路 72号 佳世客1层 1F, Huangdao Jusco, 419 Changjiang Zhong Lu, Huangdao (8699-6530) 黄岛长 江中路419号 佳世客1层 UBC Coffee (shàng dăo kā fēi) Comfy sofas and a relaxing atmosphere make this a good place to meet. Buffet with soups, salads, Chinese dishes and desserts. 158 Minjiang Lu (85779106) 上岛咖啡 闽江路158号 CBD Map 38 Yan Yu Cafe (yàn yù kā fēi) 198 Nankou Lu (8612-9676) 艳域咖 啡 南口路198号
Red & Black Coffee Club (hóng yǔ hēi kā fēi guǎn) 223 Haikou Lu (8588-6916) 红与黑咖啡馆 海口路223号
Yogurt Princess (yōu gé gōng zhǔ kā fēi diàn) Yummy cold milk treats in a very pink setting, right in the heart of Hong Kong Garden. 3F, Xintiandi (next to SPR), Hong Kong Garden (85897161) 优格公主咖啡店 香港花 园 新天地商场3层 HKG Map 19
Second Lounge (èr lóu jiǔ láng) 2F, Crowne Plaza Qingdao, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext. 8610) 二楼酒廊 香港中 路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日 酒店2层
Selenes Chocolate Bar (sī lín qiǎo kè lì bā) Enjoy cacao in all its exquisite forms (hot chocolate, chocolate bars, truffles and more) in this cozy haven
for chocoholics. A fresh cup of their gourmet coffee makes the perfect accompaniment. 5F, 135 Yan An San Lu (8388-8988) 丝琳 巧克力吧 延安三路135号 北 群楼5层 Story (gù shì tián pǐn) 74 Shanghang Lu (8888-7060) 故事 甜品 上杭路74号 HKG Map 14
Ice Cream Shops Angel’s Feather (tiān shǐ yǔ máo qiǎo kè lì shǒu gōng fāng) Refreshing frozen treats in the Taidong Pedestrian Square. (8380-7318) 天使羽毛巧克力 手工坊 威海路步行街广场 Baskin Robbins American-style ice cream in a cup or a cone. Rich, creamy and decadent, with a full spectrum of flavours from Rainbow Sherbet to Jamoca Almond Fudge. 66 Zhangzhou Er Lu (8587-3131) 漳州二路66 号 HKG Map 16 1F, Jusco 佳世客 1层 43 Minjiang Lu (8077-3031) 闽江路43号 Cassani (kǎ sà nī) This Italian-owned cafe and restaurant offers superb coffee and a wide range of luscious ice creams. To soak up the relaxing atmosphere, drop by at night for a cocktail or glass of fine wine - special night every week! Indulge yourself like you’re in italy. 90 (Yi) Minjiang Lu (85818263) 卡萨妮 闽江路90号乙 CBD Map 6 Haagen-Dazs (hā gēn dá sī) After a day shopping at Sunshine, there’s no better way to unwind than with a few scoops of the world’s favourite comfort food. 1F, UnitB1, Sunshine Dept. Store, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu (86677230) 哈根达斯 香港中路38 号 阳光百货1层B1单元 CBD Map 32 Icy Delight Ice Cream (ài sī dí lái bīng qí lín) 12 Taidong San Lu (8380-2835) 爱斯迪莱冰淇 淋 台东三路步行街12号 Toscani Eiscafe (tuō sī kǎ ní bīng qí lín kā fēi guăn) 22 (Bing) Shanghang Lu (85968686) 托斯卡尼冰淇淋咖啡馆 上杭路22丙
Tea Houses Zijinlian Tea House (zǐ jīn lián chá yì guǎn) 98 Jiangxi Lu (8578-1993) 紫金莲茶艺馆 江 西路98号
Bars & Clubs Happy Hours 10pm-Midnight 2-for-1 beer and cocktails at ssLPG 5:30-8:30pm 2-for-1 at Q Bar Mondays Latin Night at Q Bar
=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu Tuesdays Student-Teacher night at ssLPG Ladies Night at Cassani Wednesdays Ladies Night at Q Bar Sunday Jiaozi-making at Old Church 6pm Allen Story (ā lún gù shì kā fēi jiǔ bā) Occasional live music. 206 Minjiang Lu (8573-3757) 阿 伦故事咖啡酒吧 闽江路206 号 HKG Map 13 Amatar Club (tiān zūn jù lè bù) An exclusive and relaxing club located atop Qindao building on HK road, and a luxurious retreat in which to meet friends. Features live piano music and western food. 9F, North gate of Qindao Mansion, 89 Xianggang Zhong Lu (Near Shanghang Lu) (8587-9393) 天 樽俱乐部 香港中路89号 琴 岛大厦北门9层(上杭路入口) HKG Map 21 Angel Bar & Club (tiān shǐ jiǔ bā jù lè bù) 18 Aomen Lu (west of May 4th Square) (8385-9898) 天使酒吧俱乐部 澳门路18号 (五四广场西侧) firstname.lastname@example.org 1F, Copthorne Hotel Qingdao, 28 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8572-1688 ext. 8400) 大堂酒吧 香港中路28号 青岛 国敦大酒店1层 Beetles Music Box Bar (jiǎ ké chóng jiŭ bā) 19 Yanerdao Lu (8592-7820) 甲壳虫酒吧 燕儿 岛路19号 Bobo House Billiards just got sexy! Attractive and friendly staff, professional tuition and an atmosphere altogether more civilised than most pool halls. Even if pool ain’t your game, this place is worth a visit. 78 Xianggangzhong Lu (8566-5678) 香港中路78号 Cafe Roland (lǎng yuán jiǔ bā) Superb setting, right next to Beach Number 3. With its beautiful beer garden and regular barbeque events, this is a lovely sanctum in which to spend the summer months. 9 Taiping Jiao Er Lu (8387-5734) 朗 园酒吧 太平角二路9号 Cafè Solo Bldg. 1, Huaqing Garden, 6 Yanerdao Lu (oppo. Haimengyuan) (8577-8000) 燕儿 岛路6号 华青花园1号楼(海 梦苑对面) Cassani (kǎ sà nī) 90 (Yi) Minjiang Lu (8581-8263) 卡萨妮 闽江路90号乙 CBD Map 6 Catch 22 On the Bar Street, Behind Haidu Hotel, Huangdao (8699-6163) 黄岛 海都酒店后 面酒吧街
Charlie’s Bar (chá lǐ sī jiǔ ba) A neighbourhood bar with all the charm of Cheers, where the beer flows free and there’s Chivas in abundance. Soon this quaint little venue will be chock full of people that know your name. 167 Jiangxi Lu (85897919) 查理斯酒吧 江西路167 号 HKG Map 2 Club New York (niŭ yuē bā) Great place to meet and mingle and listen to a fab house band that keeps both Chinese and Lao Wai guests jumping every night. Live band performs nightly from 9pm. 2F, Overseas Chinese Hotel, 41 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8573-9199) 纽约吧 香港中路41号 华侨国际饭 店2层 CBD Map 36 Corner Jazz Bar (jiē jiăo jué shì bā) Corner Jazz is one of the most frequented bars in town. Usually busy until the wee hours. 153 Minjiang Lu (85758560) 街角爵士吧 闽江路153 号 HKG Map 11 Feeling Club (gǎn jué jù lè bù) Slick underground disco with a great DJ, great new music, KTV rooms, a noodle bar, and dancers. 83-85 Xianggang Zhong Lu (opp. Sanfod Hotel) (85932929) 感觉俱乐部 香港中路 83-85号(山孚大酒店对面) HKG Map 17 Feeling VIP (Feeling VIP jiǔ bā) 3F, Wukuang Mansion, 32 Xianggang Zhong Lu (88882046) Feeling VIP酒吧 香港 中路32号 五矿大厦3层 CBD Map 34 First Class Bar (tóu děng cāng) When you really want to unwind, First Class features some of the hottest dance performances in town. 6F, Home Inn, 89 Xianggang Zhong Lu (139-23760993) 头等舱 香港中路89号 如家酒店6层 Free Cuba (zì yóu gǔ bā) Inside Tiantai Stadium (136 7886-8624) 自由古巴 天泰体育场内 Freeman (zì yóu rén kā fēi) A fusion of late night watering hole and daytime coffee hangout, Freeman has an amazingly cool, relaxed vibe, great selection of spirits at excellent prices. 25元 long islands? OK! 163 Jiangxi Lu (158 5321-1877) 自由人咖啡 江西 路163号 Jack’s Bar and Restaurant (jié kè xī cān bā) Jack’s Shanghang Lu establishment. New bar, same great service and atmosphere. 108 Shanghang Lu (8592-2968) 杰克西餐吧 上杭 路108号 HKG Map 12
Holiday KTV (hǎo lè dí) A fun place to sing songs, with courteous staff, clean rooms, and a convenient location to take a break from the bars (located directly across the road from Le Bang). Bring lots of friends! 71 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85891777) 好乐迪 香港中路71号 CBD Map 35 Kaili’s Club (shēng huó jǐ hé xiū xián bā) On the Bar Street, Behind Haidu Hotel, Huangdao (132 1082-9846) 生活几何休闲 吧 黄岛海都酒店后面酒吧街 La Villa (lā wéi lā fǎ guó cān This great, chilled tīng) bar/restaurant features a Tapas Bar on the left and fine French cuisine on the right. Cool music and some of the best cocktails in town, making this a superb place for chilling out or catching up with friends. 5 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8388-6833) 拉维拉 法国餐厅 香港中路5号 CBD Map 37 Le Bang (lè bāng fǎ guó xī Great selection cān tīng) of food, wine and cool music. Comfy seating and a chilledout vibe, particularly on the spacious second floor loft. Sunday evenings pizza is buy 1 get 1 free! 21 Chenghai Yi Lu (8593-5279) 乐邦法国西餐厅 澄海一路21号HKG Map 16 Lennon Bar (liè nóng jiǔ bā) Cheap drinks and live music! The upstairs bar, pool table and restaurant make this a great place to spend an evening. Also home to a full-service Chinese restaurant. 20 Zhuhai Lu (8589-3899) 列侬酒吧 珠海路 20号 HKG Map 20 Liliang Bar (lì liàng jiǔ bā) 2 Dagu Lu, near Zhongshan Lu 力 量酒吧 大沽路 2号(中山路 旁边) LPG Bar & Cafe What a great bar! Dancing, foosball, solid decor, fantastic new beats on the weekend and awesome alternative favourites during the week. They even have Carlsberg on tap! 162 Jiangxi Lu (8593-6566) 江西路162号 HKG Map 2 My Place Pub (chén lù xiū xián bā) 289 Wuyi Shan Lu, Huangdao (136-7884-6884) 晨露休闲吧 黄岛武夷山路289号 Old Jack’s Bar (lăo jié kè jiǔ A strong contender bā) for ‘best bar in town’, Jack’s is a great place to sit back and enjoy a few cold draught beers or one of their famous Gin and Tonics. Yanerdao Lu, opposite Book City (8578-1207) 老杰克酒吧 燕儿 岛路(书城对面) HKG Map 19
One Way Ticket Bar (dān chéng piào jiǔ bā) 26 Yanerdao Lu (8578-5153) 单程票酒吧 燕儿 岛路26号 Paulaner Bar (pǔ lā nà jiǔ bā) Underground bar just next to Music Square. Regular live music. 12 Aomen Lu (next to Music Square) (8386-7796) 普拉那酒 吧 澳门路12号 (音乐广场附 近) CBD Map 32 Old Church Lounge Fantastic lounge inside of Qingdao Kaiyue Youth Hostel in Old Town, converted from an old church to another type of sanctuary. Drink specials, art, PS2 - great place to relax! 31 Jining Lu (8284-5450) email@example.com 青岛凯越 国际青年旅馆 济宁路31号 Q Bar (xuàn bā) Classy, up-market bar on the ground floor of the Shangri-La. Live music every night, and some of the best cocktails in town. Be there for happy hour (6:30-8:30) where all drinks are buy one get one free! 1F, Shangri-la Hotel, 9 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8388-3838 ext. 6468) 炫吧 香港中路9 号 香格里拉大饭店1层 CBD Map 31 Room Lounge The funkiest little bar in town! Hidden behind Top Yihe on Shandong Lu, but well worth finding. 1F, Haihua Building, Binhai Garden, 1 Shandong Lu (8666-3559) 山 东路1号 滨海花园海华楼1 层 CBD Map 33 Safari Pub (fēi zhōu bā) 2F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8670) 非洲吧 香港中路76 号 颐中皇冠假日酒店2层 Salsa Q (qīng wǔ lā dīng) Practice your latino steps with Qingdao’s hottest young socialites! This venue has some of Qingdao’s most renowned salseros at the helm, so go, be merry, and swivel the night away! Unit 105, 14 Jiangxi Lu (139-6971-2083) 青舞拉丁 江 西路14号105 丙 HKG Map 14 Sailing Bar (xī hǎi guó jì jù lè bù) Resident Square, Huangdao (8169-1117) 西海国际俱乐部 黄岛市民广场 Scotland Bar (sū gé lán jiǔ bā) 9F, Killin Crown Hotel, 197 Xianggang Dong Lu (8889-1888) 苏格兰酒吧 香港东路197号 麒麟皇冠大酒店9层 Soho Bar (sū hé jiǔ bā) Hiphoppin’ on a nightly basis with the tunes turned up to 11. 162 Jiangxi Lu (8592-9898) 苏荷酒 吧 江西路162号 HKG Map 18 SOS Bringing world class DJ’s to town, this is the no.1 dance club in Qingdao. 71 Xianggang Zhong
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=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu Lu (8596-9898) 香港中路71号 HKG Map 15 The Lounge (quán láng). 1F, Intercontinental Qingdao, 98 Aomen Lu (6656-6666-1561) 泉 廊 青岛海尔洲际酒店1层 澳 门路98号 The King’s Head English Pub (guó wáng tóu xiàng yīng gé A fine English pub lán bā) in deepest China with selection of European beers, pool and table football. Great design and responsive staff contribute to the intimate atmosphere. 11 Xinyi Lu (8583-9898) 国王头像 英格兰吧 新沂路11号 The Oriental Saloon 217 Wuyi Shan Lu, Huangdao (8688-3073) 黄岛武夷山路217号 Tsingtao Brewery Bar (qīng dǎo pí jiǔ pǐn jiǔ guǎn) 56 Dengzhou Lu (8383-3437) 青岛 啤酒品酒馆 登州路56号 Wine Society (pú táo jiǔ huì) With years of experience in wine tasting and distribution, Henri’s Wine Society is a huge blessing for Qingdao. With French cuisine, snacks and wines from all over the world, this is a place that begs to be visited. 66 Fuzhou Lu (8577-0019) 葡萄酒会 福州 路66号
Recreation Bowling Crowne Plaza Hotel Bowling (qīng dǎo yí zhōng huáng guàn jià rì jiǔ diàn bǎo líng qiú zhōng xīn) 2B, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8268) 青岛颐中 皇冠假日酒店保龄球中心 香 港中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假 日酒店2B层
Cycling New Concept Bicycle Club (qīng dǎo xīn gài niàn zì xíng chē jù lè bù) 105 Yan An Lu (8272-7834) www.xgnbt.com 青岛新概念自 行车俱乐部 延安路105号 Unlimit Bike Club (wú jí xiàn zì xíng chē yùn dòng jù lè bù) 18 Liaocheng Lu (8280-7097) 无 极限自行车运动俱乐部 聊城 路18号
Equestrianism Gold Rider Club (jīn qí shì mǎ shù jù lè bù) Corss of Songling Lu and Liaoyang Dong Lu (Near Qingdao International Golf Club) (8896-3166) 金骑士马术俱乐 部 松岭路和辽阳东路交叉口 (青岛国际高尔夫俱乐部旁)
Fitness Crowne Plaza Health Club (qīng dǎo yí zhōng huáng guàn jià rì jiǔ diàn jiàn shēn zhōng
xīn) 2B, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8268) 青岛颐中皇冠假日酒 店健身中心 香港中路76号 青 岛颐中皇冠假日酒店2B层
Etsong VIP Club East King Fitness Centre (yí zhōng .VIP huì suǒ - yī sī kǎi ēn qí jiàn diàn) Yinchuan Xi Lu (88611011) 颐中.VIP会所-伊斯凯 恩旗舰店 银川西路 Copthorne Fitness Centre (guó dūn dà jiǔ diàn kāng lè zhōng xīn) 4F, Copthorne Hotel, 28 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8572-1688 ext.8900) 国敦大酒店康乐中 心 香港中路28号 国敦大酒 店4层 Impulse Total Fitness (yīng pài sī jiàn shēn jù lè bù) 26 Fuzhou Nan Lu (8578-1388) 英派斯健 身俱乐部 福州南路26号 67 Xianggang Dong Lu (8801-0199) 英派斯健身俱乐部 香港东路 67号 12 Haikou Lu (8890-0990) 英派斯健身俱乐 海口路12号 Shangri-La Health Club (xiāng gé lǐ lā jiàn shēn zhōng xīn) 3F, Shangri-La Hotel, 9 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8388-3838 ext.6631) 香格里拉健身中心 香港中路 9号 香格里拉大饭店3层 Sunny Fit Fitness Club (yáng guāng hǎi jiàn shēn huì suǒ) 200 Minjiang Lu (8575-6161) 阳 光海健身会所 闽江路200号 Weider-Tera Fitness Club (yī zhào wěi dé jiàn shēn) 8F, MYKAL, 69 Xianggang Zhong Lu (6670-0800) 一兆韦德健身 香 港中路69号 麦凯乐8层
Golf Four Seasons Riverside Golf & Resort (táo yuán jiāng jǐng gāo ěr fū jù lè bù) A great place for recreation with friends, family or colleagues. In addition to the expertly staffed pro shop and rolling greens, the resort houses a full spa for total body relaxation. Chengyang District, 204 National Road (8115-0010) 桃源江景高尔夫俱乐部 城阳 区204国道段 Huashan International Country Club (huá shān guó jì xiāng cūn jù lè bù) Huashan Township, Jimo City (8456-0888) firstname.lastname@example.org 华山国际乡村俱乐部 即墨市 华山镇烟青路 Qingdao International Golf Club (qīng dǎo guó jì gāo ěr fū jù lè bù) Hi-Tech Industrial Park, 118 Songling Lu (8896-0001) email@example.com 青岛国际 高尔夫俱乐部 松岭路118号 高科技工业园 Tiantai Holiday Hot Spring Golf Club (tiān tài jià rì wēn quán gāo ěr fū jù lè bù) Inside Jimo Hot Springs Tourist Resort (8657-
9888) 天泰假日温泉高尔夫俱 乐部 即墨温泉旅游度假区内 Elite Golf Practice Course (yì lái tè gāo ěr fū liàn xí chǎng) Jinling New Village, Yinchuan Dong Lu (8899-7307) 易来特 高尔夫练习场 银川东路金 岭新村
Kayaking Qingdao Discoverer Kayak Club (qīng dǎo shì tàn suŏ zhě pí huá tǐng jù lè bù) Middle section of Haier Lu (east of etsong stadium) (8885-7957) HQL1212@yahoo.com.cn 青岛市 探索者皮划艇俱乐部 海尔路 中段 (颐中体育场东面)
Outdoor Pursuits Whowhy Paintballing Office (yáng guāng xiān fēng tǐ yù wén huà fā zhǎn yǒu xiàn gōng sī) Bldg. C3, SPR Resort, 310 Xianggang Dong Lu (88893590, 8889-3591) 阳光先锋体 育文化发展有限公司 香港东 路310号弄海园 C座3号
Billiards Billiards Utopia (tái qiú wū A new, uptuō bāng) market billiards and pool hall, which boasts a cozy friendly atmosphere among its many high points. A place to meet friends, to enjoy a few drinks and to sample the ocean air, the Yin Hai Marina branch is splendid. 30 Donghai Zhong Lu (Inside Yinhai International Yacht Club) (88880553) 台球乌托邦 东海中路 30号 (银海大世界内) Bobo House 78 Xianggangzhong Lu (85665678) 香港中路78号
Sailing Qingdao Jida Sailing Club (qīng dǎo jì dá háng hǎi jù lè bù) Rm. 503, Bldg. 3, 2 Changle Lu (8286-7962) 青岛际达航海俱 乐部 昌乐路2号3号楼503室 Qingdao International Yacht Club (qīng dǎo guó jì yóu tǐng jù lè bù) 1 Jinhai Lu (6656-0061) 青岛国际游艇俱乐部 金海 路1号 Qingdao International Sailing Club (qīng dǎo guó jì háng hǎi jù lè bù) 6 Nanhai Lu (80905788) 青岛国际航海俱乐部 南 海路6号 Qingdao Jufeng Sailing Club (qīng dǎo jù fēng háng hǎi jù lè bù) Rm. 501, 30 Qutang Xia Lu (8501-2115) 青岛飓风航海俱 乐部 瞿塘峡路30号501室 Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center (qīng dǎo ào lín pǐ kè fān chuán zhōng xīn) 1 Yan Er Dao Lu (8309-2020) 青岛奥林匹 克帆船中心 燕儿岛路1号
Qingdao Zou Sailing Club (qīng dǎo zōu jiā fān chuán jù lè bù) Rm.101, Bldg 2, Ruishi Garden, 6 Hailong Lu (139-0532-3160) 青 岛邹家帆船俱乐部 海龙路6 号 瑞士花园2号楼101室 Yinhai International Yacht Club (yín hǎi guó jì yóu tĭng jù lè bù) 30 Donghai Zhong Lu (85886666) 银海国际游艇俱乐部 东 海中路30号
Scuba Diving Qingdao Qin Hai Diving Club (qīng dǎo qín hǎi qián shuĭ jù lè bù) 5 Huiquan Lu (8387-7977) 青岛琴海潜水俱乐部 汇泉 路5号
Squash Grand Regency Hotel Squash Court (lì jīng dà jiŭ diàn bì qiú shì) 3F, Grand Regncy Hotel, 110 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85881818) 丽晶大酒店壁球室 香港 中路110号 丽晶大酒店3层 Hai Qing Hotel (hǎi qíng dà jiǔ diàn) 11 Donghai Zhong Lu (8596-9888) 海情大酒店 东海 中路11号 Impulse Total Fitness Squash Court (yīng pài sī jiàn shēn jù lè bù bì qiú shì) 67 Xianggang Dong Lu (8801-0199) 英派斯 健身俱乐部壁球室 香港东 路67号
Swimming Flying Fish Swimming Club (xiǎo fēi yú yóu yǒng jù lè bù) Rm. 303, Bldg 2, Dushi Jiari, 82 Jiangxi Lu (133 0642-7777) 小飞 鱼游泳俱乐部 江西路82号都 市假日2-303 Gym and Swimming Pool (jiàn shēn yóu yǒng zhōng xīn) 1F, Haiqing Hotel, 11 Donghai Zhong Lu (8596-9888 ext 7255) opening hour 6:30am-0am 健身 游泳中心 东海中路11号 海情 大酒店1层 Yinhai Spa and Sports (yín hǎi jiàn kāng xiū xián huì guăn) 30 Donghai Zhong Lu (85939000) 银海健康休闲会馆 东海 中路30号 Zaishuiyifang Seashore Club (zài shuǐ yī fāng xĭ yù zhōng xīn) 9 Huanghai Lu (8388-6886) 在水一方洗浴中心 黄海路 9号
Tennis Qingdao Yuanhang Tennis Club (qīng dǎo yuǎn háng wǎng qiú jù lè bù) 84 Jiangxi Lu (85752325) 青岛远航网球俱乐部 江 西路84号
Wushu Qingdao Bright Mountain Wushu Club (bèi méng tè wǔ guǎn) 55 Hunan Lu (138 08957112) 贝蒙特武馆 湖南路55号
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Yoga 42℃ Healthy Private Space (sì
shí èr dù jiàn kāng sī shǔ kōng jiān) B1, South gate of Sunshine
Dept, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8909-0977) 42℃健康私属空 间 香港中路38号阳光百货 南门B-1 Daniel 42 Degree Hot Yoga & Massage (sì shí èr dù rè yú jiā zú liáo) 74 Minjiang Lu (89090977) 42度热瑜珈&足疗 闽 江路74号 Han Xiang Yi Yoga (hán xiāng yí) Superb new fitness venue offering several varieties of yoga courses including pilates and hatha, as well as a range of spa and beauty treatments. Small class sizes - no more than 7 students, at a great seaside location Rm. 102, Bldg. 1, Changhai Garden, 8 Ao Men Liu Lu (8572-2257) 涵香怡 澳门陆 路8号 畅海园1单元102 Salsa Q 2F, 132 Zhangzhou Lu (139 6971-2083) 漳州路132 号二层
Stage & Screen Cinemas Haiyi Cinema (hǎi yì yǐng chéng) 1B, Chuandai World, Taidong Pedestria Area (83616688) 海逸影城 台东三路步行 街 穿戴大世界负一层 Huachen Cinema (huá chén yǐng chéng) 8F, MYKAL, 69 Xianggang Zhong Lu (66700700) 华臣影城 香港中路69号 麦凯乐8层 Hui Quan Cinema (huì quán diàn yǐng chéng) 15 Nanhai Lu (8286-7219) www. huiquanmovies.com 汇泉电影 城 南海路15号 Wanda International Cinema City (wàn dá guó jì yǐng chéng) 4F, Walmart, 63 Taidong San Lu (8362-5656) 万达国际影城 台 东三路63号 沃尔玛4层
Music Hall Qingdao Concert Hall (qīng dǎo yīn yuè tīng) 1 Lanshan Lu (8287-7050) 青岛音乐厅 兰 山路1号 Qingdao People’s Auditorium (qīng dǎo shì rén mín huì táng) 9 Taiping Lu (8286-5232) 青岛市 人民会堂 太平路9号
Theatres Qinghua Theatre (qīng huà xiǎo jù chǎng) 12 Linqing Lu (82818181) 青话小剧场 临清路12号
Shopping Antiques Antique Market (jiù huò gǔ dǒng shì chǎng) Wenhua Shichang, Changle Lu (83823513) 旧货古董市场 昌乐路 文化市场 Sanshengyuan Artworks Shop (sān shēng yuán) 67 Aomen Lu (8579-7833) 三生缘 澳门路 67号 Metisse Souvenir Shop (yī fēi jīng diǎn) Before you leave Qingdao, stop by Metisse for a souvenir! Offering a whole range from simple trinkets to authentic antiques, Metisse can sate you thirst for culture. 2F, Crowne Plaza, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8962) 伊霏经典 香港中路76号 颐中皇冠假日 酒店2层
Art Boya Art & Framing Gallery (bó yǎ huà láng) Art and Photos 52 Minjiang Er Lu (8577-5924) 博雅 画廊 闽江二路 52号 Qingdao Modern Artists Gallery (qīng dǎo dāng dài yì shù jiā huà láng) 3 Changle Lu (83802977) 青岛当代艺术家画廊 昌 乐路3号 San Xi Tang Gallery (sān xī táng huà láng) 100 Nanjing Lu (8097-0589) 三希堂画廊 南京 路100号 Yi Pin Tang (yì pǐn táng) Rm. 202, Bldg. 2, Changle Lu Culture Market (8381-5166) 逸品堂 昌 乐路文化市场2楼202号
Books Hao Xue You Book Market (hǎo xué yǒu tú shū cài shì) 10 Quanzhou Lu 好学友图书菜市 泉州路10号 The Book Nook With more English titles coming in all the time, Qingdao’s first dedicated English-language bookstore is a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee while resting your eyes on familiar words, or expand your English ability by finding texts that you enjoy. Rm 022, Creative 100, 100 Nanjing Lu (8097-1935) thebooknookqingdao@gmail. com 南京路100号创意100产 业园022室 CBD Map 34 Xinhua Bookstore/Book City (xīn huá shū chéng) Cnr. Yanerdao Lu & Xianggang Zhong Lu (8587-5440) 新华书城 燕儿 岛路和香港中路交叉口 HKG Map 13 Xue Yuan Bookstore (xué yuàn shū diàn) 22 Quanzhou Lu (8592-7703) 学苑书店 泉州路 22号 HKG Map 15
Electronics Apple Center Flagship Shop (píng guǒ diàn năo qí jiàn diàn) 2F, Jusco, 72 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8366-9605) xwx@sinomac. com 苹果电脑旗舰店 香港中 路72号 佳世客2层 Computer City (diàn zǐ xìn xī chéng) 226 Liaoning Lu (8382-2536) 电子信息城 辽宁 路226号 Guomei Appliance Store (guó měi diàn qì shāng chéng) 80 Nanjing Lu (8580-5870) 国美电 器商城 南京路80号 Life’s Good (LG diàn zǐ zhuān mài) 1-1 Xianxia Ling Lu (88963308) LG电子专卖 仙霞岭 路1-1 Su Ning Appliance Store (sū níng diàn qì) 3 Nanjing Lu (83622666) 苏宁电器 南京路3号 CBD Map 33
Fashions Brise Marine (hǎi yùn míng diàn) 1F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8928) 海韵名店 香港中 路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假日 酒店1层 iGo Mall (ài gòu shí shàng bǎi huò shāng chéng) 18 Gutian Lu (8118-0888) 爱购时尚百货商 城 古田路18号 HKG Map 14 Hisense Plaza (hǎi xìn guǎng chǎng) 50 Donghai Xi Lu (66788777) 海信广场 东海西路50 号 HKG Map 16 Jimo Lu Market (jí mò lù xiǎo shāng pǐn pī fā shì chǎng) Jimo Lu 即墨路小商品批发市 场 即墨路 Longshan Underground Shopping Centre (lóng shān dì xià shāng chéng) 29 Jiangsu Lu (8286-8902) 龙山地下商城 江 苏路29号 My-Mai (mǎi mài) 1F, La Villa, 5 Xianggang Zhong Lu 买卖 香港 中路5号拉维拉法国餐厅1层 www.my-mai.com MYKAL (mài kǎi lè) 69 Xianggang Zhong Lu (66700666) 麦凯乐 香港中路69号 HKG Map
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Parkson (bǎi shèng) 44-46 Zhongshan Lu (8202-1085) 百盛 中山路44-46号 Printemps Mall (bā lí chūn tiān guǎng chǎng) 9 Shandong Lu (8581-1588) 巴黎春天广场 山 东路9号 Sky (tiān kōng) 11 Zhangzhou Yi Lu (8577-1276) 天空 漳州一 路11号 Sunshine Department Store (yáng guāng bǎi huò) 38
Xianggang Zhong Lu (86677166) 阳光百货 香港中路38号 CBD Map 32 Wanda Shopping Centre (wàn dá gòu wù guǎng chǎng) 63 Taidong San Lu (8367-3638) 万 达购物广场 台东三路63号 Zhongshan Commerce City (zhōng shān shāng chéng) 113 Zhongshan Lu 中山商城 中山 路113号
Food & Beverage Baeckermeister E (bèi mài sī tè shí pǐn) 151 Minjiang Lu (8077-0123) 贝麦斯特食品 闽 江路151号 HKG Map 20 Canmore (kě mào ěr) 77 Zhangzhou Lu (6677-5598) 可茂 尔 漳州路77号 Carrefour (jiā lè fú) 21 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85826666) 家乐福 香港中路21 号 CBD Map 31 128 Shandong Lu (8508-9999) 家乐福 山东 路128号 Hanbur German Bakery (hàn bǎi mài xiāng) Located in the basement supermarket of posh new Hisense Plaza. Watch German master baker Helmut and his team produce a large range of German and international bread, cakes and pastries. Enjoy German Schwarzbrot, tasty Bauernbrot and crispy rolls with a variety of imported butter, cheese, sausage and jam (available in the supermarket). Hisense Plaza Basement, 50 Donghai Xi Lu (8572-6865) 汉柏麦香 东 海西路50号 海信奥运广场 CBD Map 31 DEFA Top quality German-style meats and sausages. This meat’s not just good - it’s unbeatable! Eldo View Garden Shopping Centre, 1 Hai An Lu (8253-0686) 海安路1号 银都景园 景园福 购物中心 JUSCO (jiā shì kè) 72 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-9600) 佳世客 香港中路72号 HKG Map 12 419 Changjiang Zhong Lu, Huangdao (8699-0666) 佳世客 黄岛长江 中路419号 Liqun (lì qún) 79 Changjiang Lu, Huangdao (8688-8686) 利群 黄 岛长江路79号 Metro Cash & Carry (mài dé lóng) German chain supermarket and a major supplier of international restaurants in Qingdao. Excellent imported selection of wines, cheeses, meats and other delicacies that can elude one in China. 116 Chongqing Nan Lu (8566-8888) 麦德龙 重庆南路116号 Mission Coffee Roasting (mài sēn kā fēi) Qingdao’s only micro-
Easy Rider 2 Gar Kerbel 戴岭
It was once reported [here, in this very column] that there were, not one, but TWO classic Huangdao motorcycle rides. But that column only spoke of the peninsula run. Let's get the job done and talk about that second one. It takes you clockwise all the way around Xiaozhu Shan and begins at Lingshanwei. You cruise past Huanghai College, swerving around the assorted bedlam, and then it's tall trees for about 15 minutes of back roads. You're just driving around the mountain, so keep it in view, and turn at the appropriate time. As you make it around the southern end of the mountain, just for you is a slice of Heaven. It's right there. Anyone can use it. You'll never be able to have it all, and it'll still be there for you next time. This is a perfect stretch of meandering pavement running right at the foot of the mountain. It's a goldmine stretch of road. The bends in the road forbid going too fast, but really it just feels too good when you take it slow. To your right, the mountain looms high. A series of ridges descend towards you. In truth, the area is so gorgeous that it all ought to be preserved as a national park. Rolling fields, terraced hills, and a river.... all beneath the mountain and its foothills. Ahhh... After you pass the main flank of the mountain, the road goes up and takes a hairpin turn left, then another hairpin turn right as you ascend into a tight village. Continue through it. This ends phase one of the ride. Phase two gives you a more mysterious feeling. You aren't struck by as much natural beauty, yet you travel into more remote areas. Frankly, there is no clear way to give directions through this part. Just follow around the mountain. Keep turning right. You break onto some long, tree-lined back roads, and suddenly you find what looks like a mini Forbidden City. Oddly enough, it is a film studio for shooting scenes in ancient China. From that point, you come to the gate of the Xiaozhushan National Park (one of two "official" entrances to the mountain). From there, you are on the straight and flat. You can just lose yourself in the rhythm of the road while you make your way back to the Kaifaqu side. First you come out near the Haier/Aucma factory area. At that point, you are back to reality.... with about 20 more minutes back to Kaifaqu.
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=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu roaster! Gordon has a passion for fine coffees, and roasts one small batch of premium beans at a time. He’ll even do special orders if there’s a variety you particularly like. Coffee lovers must check this out. 49C Donghai Xi Lu (8572-8539) 迈 森咖啡 东海西路49号 HKG Map 11 Qingdao Zhongtang Import & Export Co. Ltd. (zhōng táng jìn chū kǒu shāng mào) A wide selection of imported spirits. Friendly service and great prices. Located slightly back from the street. 81 Xuzhou Lu (8581-8719) 中糖进出口商贸 徐州路81号 Silver Garden Grocery Shop (yín dū huā yuán gòu wù shāng chǎng) 1A Cuibaige, Bldg. 12, Yindu Garden, 1 Zhanghua Lu (8589-7732) 银都花园购物商 场 彰化路1号 银都花园12号 翠柏阁1A The Wine Residence (cáng jiǔ xuān) Xiangdao Mansion, 75-5 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85878889) 藏酒轩 香港中路75-5 号 香岛大厦 RT Mart (dà rùn fā) 162 Ningxia Lu (8578-0529) 大润发 宁夏 路162号 Walmart (wò ěr mǎ) 63 Taidong San Lu (8367-5600) 沃尔玛 台 东三路63号 Watsons (qū chén shì) 1F, Sunshine Department Store, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu (86677166) 屈臣氏 香港中路38号 阳光百货1层
For Kids Children’s Club (ér tóng jù lè bù) 2F, Shangri-La Hotel, 9 Xianggang Zhong Lu (Inside Café Yum) (8388-3838 ext. 6478) 儿童 俱乐部 香港中路9号 香格里 拉大饭店2层 (咖啡苑内) Peek-a-Boo (bǔ kāng fù yù yīng zhuān mài diàn) 31 Yan Er Dao Lu (8593-1283) 哺康富育婴 专卖店 燕儿岛路31号 Victory Club (wěi kě wěi ér tóng jù lè bù) Rm.103, Top Yihe, 10 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8502-7616) 伟可伟儿童俱乐 部 香港中路10号 颐和国际大 厦103室 MIHO Mart (ér tóng lè yuán) Chinese supermarket with very cool roller-blading / skating rink on second floor. 15 RMB admission which includes blade/ skate rental. Also has a separate ‘soft’ play area for the kids similar to BB Cool, admission 15 RMB. 2F, Weifeng Supermarket, Fuqing Lu (8866-5638) 儿童乐园 福清路 味丰超市2层
Gifts & Accessories Ou Jin Jiang Silver Ornaments (ōu jīn jiàng yín shì) A6, 51 Donghai Xi Lu (134-5520-8855) 欧金匠银饰 东海西路51号 A6座 Zang Yuan Ge (zàng yuán gé) 1 Yangkou Lu (8387-6093) 藏缘 阁 仰口路1号
Home Goods B&Q (bǎi ān jū) 38 Shandong Lu (8580-6611) 百安居 山东路 38号 Haibo Furniture Market (hǎi bó jiā jū chāo shì) 28 Dunhua Lu (8308-5739) 海博家居超市 敦 化路28号 Home World (jiā shì jiè) 100 Liaoyang Xi Lu (8562-0194) 家世 界 辽阳西路100号 Joes (qiáo dé jiā fǎng) 80(Jia) Minjiang Lu (8580-3350) 乔德家 纺 闽江路80号甲 La.pasa Home (bā shā shí shàng jiā jū yòng pǐn) 36 Zhangzhou Yi Lu (6688-6867) 芭莎时尚家居用品 漳州一 路36号 Mogern Allery (mó lì kōng jiān shí shàng jiā jū guǎn)181 Min Jiang Lu (8578-7947, 8577-6911) www.moderngalleryqd.com.cn 摩力空间时尚家居馆 青岛市 南区闽江路181号 Yinjie Bedding (yín jié chuáng pĭn) 166 Zhangzhou Lu (85778721) 银洁床品 漳州路166号
Musical Instruments Baldwin Musical Instruments (bào dé wēn gāng qín zhuān mài diàn) 91 (Yi) Jiangxi Lu (8573-4599) 鲍德温钢琴专卖 店 江西路91号乙 Guitar Square (jí tā píng fāng) 128 Biaoshan Lu (8272-6977) www.guitarsquare.cn 吉他平方 标山路128号 Rolling Stone Instruments (gǔn shí qín háng) 17 Ruiyun Lu (8383-1385) 滚石琴行 瑞云 路17号 Xin Yi Zhou Instruments (xīn yì zhōu qín háng) 74 Yan An San Lu (8365-4582) 馨艺洲琴行 延 安三路74号 Yao Yi Instruments (yáo yì qín háng) 18 Rehe Lu (near Jiaozhou Lu) (137-0898-8375) 摇艺琴行 热河路18号(靠近胶州路) Dian Ji Instruments (diǎn jì qín xíng) Offer guitar and sax etc lessons. 23 Beizhong Lu (137 9287-0392) 典冀琴行 北仲 路23号
Pets Qingdao Free Cat Adoption (137
9198 7701) firstname.lastname@example.org, www.qdcats.com True Friend Animal Hospital (zhēn péng yǒu dòng wù yī yuàn) 65 Xianggang Zhong Lu (west of Book City) (8578-0365) 真朋友动物医院 香港中路65 号(书城西侧)
Sporting Goods Decathlon (dí kǎ nóng) A French sportswear distributor with a reputation for wide selection of activities and brands, and low prices for internationalstandard equipment. Sports of all kinds, from squash and football to sailing and mountain climbing. 188 Liaoyang Xi Lu (Below Fuliao Overpass) (85617788) 迪卡侬 辽阳西路188号 (福辽立交桥下) Tan Lu Zhe (tàn lù zhě) 66 Yanji Lu (8302-9006) 探路者 延吉 路66号 VERDI Golf & Shopping (wéi lè dí gāo ěr fū gòu wù zhōng xīn) 1-12 Kaixuan Garden, 1 Xianxia Ling Lu (8896-1213) 维 乐迪高尔夫购物中心 仙霞岭 路1号 凯旋家园1-12 X-Game Sports (kù pài zú) 148 Zhangzhou Lu (8577-3543) 酷派 族 漳州路148号
Tailors Tingting Tailor (tíng tíng zhì yī) 1-116, 2F Apprel World, 3 Taidong Yi Lu (138 6986-9758) 婷 婷制衣 台东1路3号 穿戴大世 界2层1-116 Yongzheng Tailor Shop (yǒng zhèng cái féng diàn) 1F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-8888 ext.8961) 永正裁缝店 香港 中路76号 青岛颐中皇冠假 日酒1层
Tobacco Tobacco Shop (yān cǎo diàn) 1F, Jusco, 72 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8571-9629) 烟草店 香港中 路72号 佳世客1层
Beauty Bath Houses Louver Bath House (lú fú gōng yù chǎng) 12 Yunling Lu (88973096) 卢浮宫浴场 云岭路12号 Tiantai Holiday Hot Spring (tiān tài jià rì wēn quán) Inside Jimo Hot Springs Tourist Resort (86579888) 天泰假日温泉 即墨温泉 旅游度假区内
Beauty Centres Betty's Beauty & Health Care Salon (bǎi tè yī měi róng bǎo jiàn huì suǒ) Rm. 311, Bldg. B, Tian Sheng Yuan, 21 Donghai Xi LU (8387-9317, 8387-9318) 百特
=featured in PocketTM Qingdao =english menu 伊美容保健会所 东海西路21 号 天晟苑B座311 Panco (fán gē guó jì měi róng měi tǐ shā lóng) 20 (wu) Donghai Zhong Lu (8506-5155) 汎歌国际美容美体沙龙 东海 中路20号戊 Sleeping Lotus SPA (shuì lián yǎng shēng měi róng guǎn) A variety of spa services for females and couples. A3, 26 Donghai Lu (inside Langqin Garden) (8593-6008) 睡莲养 生美容馆 东海路26号A3(浪 琴园内) Sunning International Health SPA (xīn jīn lì měi jiàn shuǐ liáo guó jì jù lè bù) 19 Haimen Lu (8389-2227) 鑫金利美健水疗 国际俱乐部 海门路19号
Hairdressers Leekaja Hair Biz (lǐ jiā zǐ xíng xiàng shè jì zhōng xīn) 3F, Sunshine Department Store, 38 Xianggang Zhong Lu (86677022) 李嘉子形象设计中心 香 港中路38号 阳光百货3层 Lida Wigs & Hair Extensions (lì dá jiǎ fā) 2nd Floor in iGo Department Store (135-53055605) 利达假发 爱购商城二 楼扶梯口 Natural Law Hairdressing (zì rán fǎ zé) 27 Minjiang Er Lu (8572-6975) 自然发则 闽江 二路27号
Nails Lovely Nails (ài shǒu ài jiǎo měi jiǎ huì suǒ) A four-storey salon with sea views, Lovely Nails’ beautifully decorated interior is complete with marble footsoaking tubs and plush leather cushions perfect for relaxing into a pampering pedicure and manicure. 36 Silver Garden, 1 Zhanghua Lu (Opposite Seaview Garden Hotel) (8588-7871) 爱手 爱脚美甲会所 彰化路1号 银 都花园36号 Nail Care Treatment The best quality. The lowest price. English speaking staff. D008, 2F, iGo Mall, 18 Gutian Lu (behind Mykal shopping mall) (150-92264373) 爱购时尚百货商城二 层D008
Massage Renming Foot Massage Centre (rén míng zú bù bǎo jiàn zhōng xīn) 5 Xianggang Zhong Lu (opp. World Trade Centre) (8387-9188) 人名足部保健中 心 香港中路5号(世贸中心 对面) Traditional Chinese Medical Massage (chuán tǒng zhōng yī àn mó) Get rid of suffering. Home visit service provided (8865-6700) janexu160@163.
com 传统中医按摩 Yukangyuan Foot and Body Massage (yù kāng yuàn zú liáo àn mó zhōng xīn) 5 Minjiang Er Lu (8577-0682) 钰康苑足疗按 摩中心 闽江二路5号
Education Chinese Language International Business Exchange Centre (guó jì shāng wù jiāo liú zhōng xīn) 16A, Bldg 3, Jindu Garden, 37 Donghai Xi Lu (8667-5167, 8667-5168) 国际 商务交流中心 东海西路37号 金都花园C座16楼A室 Qingdao Jing-hua Language Training School (qīng dǎo jīng huá yǔ yán péi xùn xué xiào) Located on the campus of Qingdao University, Jinghua offers HSK and casual courses in Chinese. Rm. 8166, Qingdao University International Communication, 308 Ningxia Lu (8595-0758) 青岛京华语言培 训学校 宁夏路308号 青岛大 学国际学术交流中心8166室 Shin-A Education Group (xīn yà yŭ yán zhuān xiū xué xiào) A Japanese based international school which specialises in teaching Mandarin Chinese to foreigners. Centrally located in the expatriate area of town. 9F, Jinguang Mansion, 56 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8573-1790) 新亚语言 专修学校 香港中路56号 金 光大厦9层
English Language Joy Children’s English School (jiā yīn yīng yǔ) F1-2, 130 Zhangzhou Lu www.joyfamily. com.cn (8571-5991, 8572-6752) 佳音英语 漳州路130号1-2层 International House Qingdao
(qīng dăo yīng háo yŭ yán zhuān xiū xué xiào) 883 Tong An Lu (8891-7120) 青岛英豪语 言专修学校 同安路883号
Wall Street English (huá ěr jiē yīng yǔ) An American-managed English school offering top quality instruction for business and test preparation. 2F, Golden Plaza, 20 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8502 5469 ) 华尔街英语 香 港中路20号 黄金广场2层 Rm. 19, 1F, Zhonghuan Plaza, 79 Zhangzhou Lu (6677-5858) 华尔 街英语 漳州路79号 中环国际 广场1层19号
French Language Alliance Francaise du Shandong - Qingdao (shān dōng fǎ yǔ lián méng - qīng dǎo zhōng xīn) French training and cultural centre with native French teachers, modern communication methods, and a multimedia library open to the
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public. Get some lessons, and watch for their fantastic cultural events! 5F, Hi-Tech Centre, 23 Xianggang Dong Lu (8590-6232) 山东法语联盟青岛中心 香 港东路23号 高新技术创业 中心5层
International Schools NSWE International Department of Qingdao Tianshan School (qīng dǎo tiān shān shí yàn xué xiào guó jì bù) 58 Middle School offers the highest standard of art and design education of any middle school in Qingdao. 18 Anqing Lu (8800-1880) (Chinese) (159 6689-9105)(English) 青岛天 山实验学校国际部 安庆路 18号 Qingdao American International School (qīng dǎo měi guó guó jì xué xiào) American teaching staff provide the classes at this internationally-recognised, multicultural school, which also boasts an awe inspiring view of the Yellow Sea. What better environment for learning? 33 Taipingjiao Yi Lu (8388-9900) email@example.com 青岛美国国际学 校 太平角一路33号 Qingdao MTI International School (qīng dǎo MTI guó jì xué xiào) Excellence in education, and a beautiful location are hallmarks of QMIS. International staff offer courses aimed at the global child, under the shadows of the Lao Mountains in Shazikou, on the fringe of Qingdao. Dong Jiang, Sha Zi Kou, Laoshan District (8881-5668) www.qmischina. com 青岛MTI国际学校 崂山 区沙子口东姜 Qingdao No.1 International School of Shandong Province (shān dōng shěng qīng dǎo dì yī guó jì xué xiào) Excellent facilities and standards of education, with western and Chinese, qualified and accredited staff members, AP and Honours classes, an SAT test centre and as of 2009, a brand new campus with top-of-therange resources. 70 Songling Lu (Inside No.2 Middle School) (8890-9802) 山东省青岛第一 国际学校 松岭路70号 (青岛 第二中学内)
Yew Chung International School of Qingdao (Prep) Admission Office (yào zhōng guó jì xué xiào zhāo shēng bàn shì chù) Educating students to an international standard, Yew Chung School has years of experience and maintains an excellent standard of teaching. firstname.lastname@example.org (8687-1122) Bldg 7, 36 Laoshan Lu 耀中国际学校(筹)招生办 事处 崂山路36号7号楼 Bldg 1, Shique Villa, 1 Shiquetan Lu, Huangdao 耀中国际学校(筹) 招生办事处 开发区石雀滩路 1号 石雀小筑1号楼
Kindergartens Aixin Kindergarten (ài xīn yòu ér yuán) 6 Chenghai San Lu (8588-3933) 爱心幼儿园 澄海 三路6号 Big Apple Kindergarten (dà píng guǒ yòu ér yuán) 260 Haikou Lu (8801-6811) 大苹果 幼儿园 海口路260号 Little Harvard Bilingual Kindergarten (xiǎo hā fó shuāng yǔ yòu ér yuán) 7 Yangkou Lu (8386-0526) 小哈佛 双语幼儿园 仰口路7号
Art School Jingyang Art Studio 139 6971-2083
Medical Dental Clinics David Dental Clinic (dài wèi chĭ kē) David Dental has high standards of quality, for your oral health and cosmetic purposes. Professional and courteous staff offer great service. Kaixuan Jiayuan, 1-20 Xianxialing Lu (Behind Beer City) (8896-0913) 戴卫齿科 仙霞岭路1-20号 凯旋家园 F3-1A Binhai Garden (May 4th Square) (8575-4843) 戴卫齿 科 滨海花园F3-1A(五四 广场内) Leaders Dental Hospital (ruì dé kǒu qiāng) A clean and comfortable clinic offering international quality service in both standard and orthodontic dental work. Even has a kid’s room for the little ones. Unit F, Bldg. 16, 51 Donghai Xi Lu (8077-8666) hasun999@ hanmail.net 瑞德口腔 东海西 路51号16栋F单元
Committed to Global Education The world is rapidly changing and affects us increasingly in many ways. Yew Chung Education Foundation, with 75 years experience, recognises the impact on educating children accordingly; preparing them in a multi-cultural environment and providing global education for their future. YCIS offers the unique richness and diversity of both Eastern and Western cultures that equip children to be bilingual, global-minded, competitive, appreciative and caring global citizens. Students are nurtured furnishing them with an education which transforms them into global thinking individuals. No matter where a family hails from, our school environment embraces cultural diversity and global learning. Yew Chung International School is seeking suitably qualified professional teachers to join its growing educational programme. Teachers must be native English speakers and hold a current Educational Degree at a Bachelors or Masters level. More than 3 years teaching experience is a distinct advantage.
Secondary Science Teacher YCIS is looking to employ a suitably qualified individual to run our Science dept. A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in teaching with 3 years teaching experience is required for consideration. An ability to teach Physics, Biology and Chemistry up to IGCSE is an advantage.
English as an Additional Language (EAL) Teacher YCIS is looking for a number of native English speaking teachers to join our growing EAL programme. A minimum qualification of a degree and a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/DELTA is needed. Experience in teaching the Cambridge EAL programme would be a distinct advantage. Music Teacher YCIS is looking for a native English speaking music teacher to join our expanding music programme. A minimum of a teaching degree in music is a pre-requisite. An ability to teach violin is a distinct advantage. If you feel you have the necessary qualifications and experience and would like to join our team please forward your CV and philosophy of education to the Co-principal at email@example.com or alternatively telephone the school on (532) 8687 1122 to make an appointment.
62 qingdao listings Hospitals Bellaire Medical Centre (bèi lì ěr yī liáo zhōng xīn) Bellaire Medical Centre offers a rigourously high degree of medical care; internationally educated staff including chirotratic and OB/GYN. Bldg. 49, Silver Garden, 1 Zhanghua Lu (8111-7118) 贝利尔医疗中 心 彰化路1号 银都花园49座 International Clinic of Qingdao Municipal Hospital (East) (shì lì yī yuàn dōng yuàn qū guó jì mén zhěn) Opening Hours: 8 am - 12 am, 1 pm - 5 pm. 5 Donghai Zhong Lu (8593-7690 ext.2266) 市立医院东院区国际 门诊 东海中路5号
Mr. Yuliang Sun, Attorney International investment law + venture capital + M&A + corporate restructuring WTO Legal Expert Master of Law, University of Natal Chinese/English Mr. Sun is a partner at Shandong Qingtai law firm, Qingdao's leaders for expertise and quality of service. ph: (+86 532) 8897-9712 fax: (+86 532) 8897-9720 mob: (+86) 137 0899-3183 268 Xianggang Dong Lu firstname.lastname@example.org
Qingdao Haici TCM Hospital (qīng dǎo hǎi cí yī yuàn) Famous for Chinese Traditional Medicine. 4 Renmin Lu (83777066) 青岛海慈医院 人民 路4号 Qingdao Municipal Hospital (qīng dǎo shì lì yī yuàn) 1 Jiaozhou Lu (8282-6313) 青岛市 立医院 胶州路1号 Qingdao 401 Navy Hospital (hǎi jūn qīng dǎo sì líng yī yī yuàn) 22 Minjiang Lu (8582-4460) 海军 青岛401医院 闽江路22号 The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University Medical College (qīng dǎo dà xué yī xué yuàn fù shǔ yī yuàn) 16 Jiangsu Lu (8291-1847) 青岛 大学医学院附属医院 江苏 路16号 You & Me Family Planning Clinic (nǐ hé wǒ qīng shào nián jiàn kāng zhōng xīn) 106 Shanghang Lu (8592-7606) 你 和我青少年健康中心 上杭 路106号
Pharmacy Hong Ren Tang Pharmacy (hóng rén táng dà yào fáng) 196 Zhongshan Lu (8282-5279) 宏仁堂大药房 中山路196号
Surgery Clinics Tian Bei Aesthetic & Plastic Surgery (tián bèi měi róng yī Diligence xué zhōng xīn) for medical protocols as well as sensitivity to personal needs, we can help your confidence grow and help you beome the person you want to be in a clean and caring environment. 203 Minjiang Lu (8077-7792) 田蓓美容医学中心 闽江路 203号
Services Automotive Services Grease Monkey (yóu hóu qì chē kuài xiū) Premium US-based automobile detailing service,
now with two locations in Qingdao! Get your car washed by the pros. 136 Yinchuan Xi Lu (8501-9111 ext. 8020) 油猴汽车 快修 银川西路136号
Banking Agricultural Bank of China (nóng yè yín háng) (95599) 农 业银行 Bank of Communications (jiāo tōng yín háng) (95559) 交通 银行 HSBC (huì fēng yín háng) 8F, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 76 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85782828, 800 830 2880) 汇丰银行 香港中路76号 颐中皇冠假日 酒店8层 Bank of China (zhōng guó yín háng) (95566) 中国银行 Merchants Bank of China (zhāo shāng yín háng) (95555) 招 商银行 Construction Bank of China (zhōng guó jiàn shè yín háng) (95533) 中国建设银行 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (zhōng guó gōng shāng yín háng) (95588) 中国 工商银行
Business Hanrong Consultant Co., Ltd. Offers premium consulting services to international business seeking a foothold in Qingdao.Specialises in esablis hment,taxation,cancellation of RO ,WOFE etc.Particularly on the startup of business,Serviced Office which offers a registration address,office furniture,an administrative assistant etc. is available. 139-6392-9799 or email@example.com Qingdao CCPIT (qīng dǎo shì mào yì cù jìn wěi yuán huì) Get your new venture off the ground with CCPIT’s full range of business establishment services. Over 20 years of experience dealing with all aspects of international business. Rm.403, 121 Yan An San Lu (8389-7995) 青岛市贸易促进委员会 延安 三路121号403室
Consultancy Ger-Lin Consulting (gé lín zī xún qīng dǎo yǒu xiàn gōng sī) Rm. 612, 6F Jinguang Mansion, 56 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85979039) 格琳咨询青岛有限公 司 香港中路56号 金光大厦6 楼612室 Qingdao Overseas Investment Service Centre (qīng dǎo shì wài shāng tóu zī fú wù zhōng xīn) 19F, Huaren Int’l Mansion, 2 (Jia) Shandong Lu (8197-8622) 青岛市外商投资服务中心
山东路2号甲 华人国际大 厦19层 Qingdao Transocean Exit & Entry Service (qīng dǎo yuè yáng chū rù jìng fú wù yǒu xiàn gōng sī) 19 Xianggang Xi Lu (8865-1937) 青岛越洋出 入境服务有限公司 香港西 路19号
Decoration Crystal Creation Decoration (jīng chéng zhuāng shì) Canadian-trained interior decoration experts, specialising in unique design for home and office. 19F, Fulin Mansion, 87 Fuzhou Nan Lu (8210-7089) 晶 城装饰 福州南路87号 福林 大厦19层
Legal QILU (Qingao) Law Firm (qí lǔ lǜ shī shì wù suǒ) Bldg. 6, 87 Donghai Dong Lu (8162-7762) firstname.lastname@example.org 齐鲁(青 岛)律师事务所 东海东路87 号6号楼 Shandong Qingtai Law Firm (shān dōng qīng tài lǜ shī shì wù suǒ) Experienced in the handling of business law - specifically maritime, investment, taxation and business registration. Ready to advise any and all companies in matters, large or small. Discretion assured. 268 Xianggang Dong Lu (8897-9712, 137-0899-3183) email@example.com 山东清泰 律师事务所 香港东路268号 You Hua Law Firm (shān dōng yǒu huá lǜ shī shì wù suǒ) Experienced in the handling of business law - specifically maritime, investment, taxation and business registration. Ready to advise any and all companies in matters, large or small. Discretion assured. Suite 1603, Unit 2, 17 Haimen Lu (Beside Shangri-La Hotel) (88662999, 139-0648-4720) david@ youhualaw.com 山东友华律 师事务所 海门路17号二单 元1603室
Logistics Nax Logistics (qīng dǎo guó shēng wù liú yǒu xiàn gōng sī) One-stop shop for all of your logistics needs, from relocation to import/export, freight-forwarding to opening representative offices and conducting foreign market research. These people are very good and come highly recommended. Rm. 1316, 220 Yan An San Lu (8389-0366) 青 岛国升物流有限公司 延安三 路220号 邮政大厦1316室
qingdao listings 63 Organisations Qingdao International Christian Fellowship QICF is an interdenominational community of Christian expats and their families meeting at 10am every Sunday; in accordance with local regulations, please bring your foreign passport (or for Chinese citizens, proof of marriage to a foreigner). Intercontinental Hotel, 3rd Floor, Auditorium, 98 Aomen Lu, Near the Olympic Sailing Center www.qicf.org, firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal Fedex Express (lián bāng kuài dì) Bldg. B, 171 Huaian Lu (+800-988-18888) 联邦快递 淮 安路171号B座 Post Office (yóu jú) 56 Xianggang Zhong Lu (85712182) 邮局 香港中路56号 121 Nanjing Lu (8573-4247) 南京 路121号 Zhanliu Gan Lu (Near Jinguang Mansion) (8571-2182) 湛流干路 (靠近金光大厦) 100 Xuzhou Lu (8581-5643) 徐州 路100号
Real Estate J & M Realty (shèng jiā bù dòng chǎn) For rental and purchase of residential and commercial property in Qingdao municipality, consult J & M Realty. Well-informed, respectable staff members make investing your time and money a whole lot easier. Bldg. B, 204B, World Trade Centre, 6 Xianggang Zhong Lu (8388-9232, 8591-9859) info@ jmrealtyco.com 盛嘉不动产 香港中路6号 世贸中心B 座204B Century 21 Ao Men Shop (21 shì jì bù dòng chǎn qīng dǎo jīn dū jiā méng diàn ào mén lù diàn) With branches throughout the city, there’s a good chance that 21 Century will find the home you need (or help you get rid of one you don’t want anymore). 136 Aomen Lu 80803232, 135 0542-2099 21世纪不 动产青岛金都加盟店澳门路 店 澳门路136号 Maggie Expat’s Real Estate Competitive rates in the rental and purchase of property, and specialised assistance for foreigners make Maggie’s among the best and most helpful realtors in town. Bldg 1, Silver Garden, 1 Zhanghua Lu (135-8325-0736) 彰化路1号 银都花园1号楼 Life Service Real Estate (qīng dǎo lái fū sà bēi sī bù dòng chǎn jīng jì yǒu xiàn gōng sī) 148 Zhangzhou Lu (8577-9654) email@example.com 青
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Trading Apparel Quality Inspection Services China (qīng dǎo ào zé qīng mào yì yǒu xiàn gōng sī) Your people are on the ground to make sure that what you get is what you paid for. Years of experience in fashion and apparel, as well as Western management and long experience in China, make AQISC a smart way to go. Rm. 2403, Bldg. C, Jinhuan Masion,114 Yan An San Lu 青岛 澳泽卿贸易有限公司 延安三 路114号 金环大厦C座2403 Appex International (HK) Ltd (ài pǔ guó jì xiāng gǎng yǒu xiàn gōng sī) Hong Kong-based trading company with affiliates in China, India and Dubai. Highly competitive prices in glass products, tires, hardware and tools. Rm. 2-204, Bldg 10, 3 Xuzhou Lu (8501-7163) www. appex.cn 艾普国际(香港)有 限公司 徐州路3号10号楼 2-204 Qingdao DKK Glassware Co, Ltd. Rm 523, Saina Business Center Building, 111 Yanji Lu (85886885) 青岛活力工艺品有限公 司 延吉路111号 Qingdao Anderson Internatioal Co. Ltd (qīng dǎo ān dé sēn guó jì mào yì yǒu xiàn gōng sī) 3F, 30 Qutangxia Lu (8268-1950) firstname.lastname@example.org 青 岛安得森国际贸易有限公 司 青岛市瞿塘峡路30号科 技城3层 Qingdao Kinghua International Co,.ltd. (qīng dǎo zhǎn chén guó jì mào yì yǒu xiàn gōng sī) Rm 701, Unit 2, Bldg 1, 61 Yan An San Lu (83625890) 青岛展臣国际贸易有 限公司 延安三路61号一号 楼二单元701 Qingdao Yijia Efar Improt & Exprot CO.,LTD. (qīng dǎo yì jiā yí yuǎn jìn chū kǒu yǒu xiàn gōng sī) 12F, Fulin Mansion, 87 Fuzhou Nan Lu (8597-8801) email@example.com 青岛益 佳宜远进出口有限公司 福州 南路87号 福林大厦12层
Qingdao Maitiam Textile Co.,Ltd (qīng dǎo gē ān měi fǎng zhī yǒu xiàn gōng sī) 15 Xinghai Lu, Qingdao Huanhai Economic Development Zone (8493-9911) 青岛歌安美纺织 有限公司 城阳环海经济技术 开发区兴海路15号 Shandong Chonglong Garments Co.,Ltd. (shān dōng chóng lóng fú shì yǒu xiàn gōng sī) 18AB, Suite B, Shum Yip Plaza, 9 Shandong Lu (85821952) firstname.lastname@example.org www.chonglong.cn 山东崇龙 服饰有限公司 山东路9号巴 黎春天广场B座18AB
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