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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Christmas: Gautier Chiarini for The Opposite House


The Opposite House is pleased to present a special Christmas installation designed by Gautier Chiarini, on display from 29 November 2013 in the living room. The non-tree Christmas tree is made out of 58 porcelain Excelsior chairs from Gautier’s ―China’s…

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