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Wine in Qingdao: Exploring China’s Wine Valley

Qingdao may be famous for its beer, but there is also no shortage of wine. Whether you want to visit a vineyard, learn more about wine, buy it, or just want to relax somewhere and drink it, read our guide on wine availability in Qingdao. Read more>>

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Bibimbap and Barbecue: Qingdao’s Best Korean Restaurants HOT

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Since Qingdao and South Korea are only separated by one small body of water, it makes sense that Qingdao would become a beacon for Korean industry in China. And these days, elements of Korean fashion, culture and entertainment can be found all over the ...... Read More>>

The Pride of Qingdao: 10 Local Dishes That You Must Try HOT

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Whenever someone mentions Qingdao, the first things that most expats will associate with it is, of course, Tsingtao Beer, touring the brewing factory, and the notoriously rowdy Qingdao Beer Festival. But don't be fooled: the local food culture is the true ...... Read More>>

Finding a Taste of Home in Qingdao HOT

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There used to be precious few places in Qingdao where Westerners could buy imported food. For those familiar with Jenny Lou’s in Beijing, for example, there was nothing comparable in Qingdao, and even finding staples like bread, milk and cheese could be ...... Read More>>

Soy to the World: Eating Vegetarian in Qingdao HOT

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Vegetarianism isn’t afforded the same importance in Qingdao as in China’s more prominent cities, but vegetarians can still eat out happily in a number of venues without surviving entirely on tofu, though vegans will find their options limited. While ...... Read More>>

May the Fourth Be With You: Exploring Wusi Square in Qingdao HOT

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Qingdao wouldn’t be the same without Wusi GuangChang, or May Fourth Square. Almost as prominent a Qingdao landmark as Zhan Qiao Pier, the square’s unmistakeable ‘Winds of May’ statue is captured on every tourist’s camera. By day or night, its imposing, ...... Read More>>

King of the Crabs: Qingdao’s Distinguished Seafood Restaurants HOT

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Seated on the shore of the Yellow Sea, Qingdao is rich with natural resources. The advantageous geographical location has also created an exquisite local seafood cuisine. Qingdao has a great variety of fresh seafood, making it a wise destination for a ...... Read More>>

Following the Aromas to Qingdao’s Coffee and Tea Art Street HOT

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Tea might come from China, but coffee is probably a more popular drink in Qingdao these days. Qingdao, home of Mount Lao green tea (Laoshan green tea) is also the home of up to one hundred coffee shops, all trying to corner the market. The Qingdao Coffee ...... Read More>>

Qingdao Eateries for Every Taste: Chinese Restaurants HOT

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Qingdao has a great variety of restaurants for every taste. Ranging from traditional Chinese to American and European, Qingdao’s eateries have got it covered. For the adventurous eaters out there, it’s a great place to sample new foods – or to ...... Read More>>

Qingdao Eateries for Every Taste: Asian (Non-Chinese) Restaurants HOT

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Qingdao has a great variety of restaurants for every taste. Ranging from traditional Chinese to American and European, Qingdao’s eateries have got it covered. For the adventurous eaters out there, it’s a great place to sample new foods – or to keep going ...... Read More>>

Riding The Coffee Wave: Qingdao’s Best Cafés HOT

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China may be better known for its tea than its coffee, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some great cafés to check out. Qingdao has recently experienced a boom of coffee-style hang outs, which means an increase in variety and options – always a ...... Read More>>

Qingdao Eateries for Every Taste: Western Restaurants HOT

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Qingdao has a great variety of restaurants for every taste. Ranging from traditional Chinese to American and European, Qingdao’s eateries have got it covered. For the adventurous eaters out there, it’s a great place to sample new foods – or to keep going ...... Read More>>

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