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Beijing Qi Baishi Former Residence

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A Hidden Gem of a Courtyard Residence Museum Honoring an Artist and Poet

Wonderful peaceful and special respite along a narrow Hutong. The restored house has paintings of... read more

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StellaHobo
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Hoboken, New Jersey
Well restored courtyard house and informative display, in English, about the artist

Lonely Planet Beijing has a good walk round the hutongs centred on Nanluogo Xiang, but... read more

Reviewed February 18, 2014
AMCES
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King's Lynn
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“A Hidden Gem of a Courtyard Residence Museum Honoring an Artist and Poet”
18 Feb 2014
“Well restored courtyard house and informative display, in English, about the artist”
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No.13 Kuache Alley, Xicheng District, Beijing 100032, China
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Wonderful peaceful and special respite along a narrow Hutong. The restored house has paintings of this artist as well as a film and a good brochure and explanations in English so one can appreciate the life of this artist in an interesting time of China....More

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Reviewed February 18, 2014 via mobile

Lonely Planet Beijing has a good walk round the hutongs centred on Nanluogo Xiang, but unaccountably misses out this restored courtyard house. It was given to Qi Baishi in 1955, not long before he died, but the Cultural Revolution and other political shenanigans meant it...More

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Reviewed November 14, 2012

Be careful with taxi driver at the airport in china. I got into the taxi at the airport and he told to charge 450 RMB. I realized that he is cheating and got out and after few efforts , I paid only 70 RMB to...More

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