Top 10 commercial Beijing districts to boost cultural consumption

    By Wang Yiming
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    A list of the top 10 commercial districts in Beijing that helped boost cultural consumption in 2020 has been released. The districts were ranked following solicitation of public opinion, expert review, and online voting, and the results are part of the 8th Beijing Cultural Consumption Season, organized to help boost market recovery, promote cultural brands, encourage cultural innovation, and provide consumption suggestions for consumers. The event is jointly managed by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism, Beijing Municipal Administration of Cultural Heritage, Beijing Municipal Radio and Television Bureau, and Beijing State-owned Cultural Assets Management Center.

    # Beijing FUN

    Beijing FUN, Nov. 26, 2019. [Photo/VCG]

    Located in Xicheng district, Beijing FUN is an extraordinary commercial and cultural area just 100 meters away from Tiananmen Square and adjacent to the National Palace Museum, National Grand Theatre, National Museum, and other renowned cultural institutions. 

    Covering a total area of 33,000 square meters, Beijing FUN, with its combination of old Beijing-style buildings and modern architecture, offers visitors a wealth of restaurants, shops, cafes, and hotels, including the world's second-largest Starbucks flagship store, a MUJI Hotel, and the photogenic bookstore Page One. From time to time, the area also plays host to fun events and art exhibitions.

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