Restaurant Week is coming to Qingdao! From September 4-14, Qingdao’s finest restaurants will be opening their doors to the common folk and offering haute cuisine at affordable prices.
To check out which restaurants are participating, head to the China Restaurant Week website: www.restaurantweek.cn. Book as soon as possible, as the slots tend to fill up fast.
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.
Although Qingdao’s beach is perhaps most famous, there are a lot of other things to do in this city. This is a run through of some of Qingdao’s best attractions that don’t require you to get out onto the beach.
The Qingdao International Beer Festival 2014 is back August 9-24. The largest beer festival in Asia, the Qingdao International Beer Festival invites brewers from around the globe to celebrate in China’s brewing capital.
Qingdao International Car Show 2014 is coming to Qingdao May 15-20. The show, which is in its thirteenth year will be held in the Qingdao International Exhibition Center and will take up all seven indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces, covering a total area of 120,000 square meters.
Yay, another airport to provide free WIFI!! Well done Qingdao Liuting International Airport.
Ever-popular Croatian Pianist Maksim Mrvica returns to China for a concert at the Qingdao University Gymnasium on December 11.
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