“Objects from the Void” at The Opposite House


“Objects from the Void”, the new installation at The Opposite House is comprised of three sets of sculptures made from stainless steel by Dalian artist, Pan Kai. The works may be viewed at the hotel’s Atrium until January 2015. With…

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Cantonese Dim Sum at Jing Yaa Tang


Jing Yaa Tang, the Chinese restaurant at The Opposite House has launched a new dim sum menu that features authentic Cantonese and Shanghainese fare, a rare find in Beijing. Our favourite is definitely the Hargow (shrimp dumplings), the shrimp is…

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The Opposite House Presents “Analytical Carpentry: Timber is Alive” by Sen Ye


The Opposite House is pleased to present “Analytical Carpentry: Timber is Alive”, a collection of wood carvings by Liaoning artist, Sen Ye.  The exceptional wood craftsmanship can be viewed at the hotel’s Atrium from now until September 2014. “Analytical Carpentry:…

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Beijing: Ma Han installation at The Opposite House


The Opposite House is pleased to showcase artist Ma Han’s latest two pieces of work – ‘Flags of All Nations’ and ‘Circle’. The installation will be exhibited in the hotel’s atrium from 6 January to 31 March, 2014. ‘every wrapping is…

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