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Bringing China and the World Together

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EVENTS

May 27, SUNDAY: MEMBERS-ONLY TOUR OF THE RUSSIAN EMBASSY

WHAT: EXCLUSIVE VISIT TO THE RUSSIAN EMBASSY in Beijing

WHEN: Sunday, May 27, 11.00 am - 12.30pm

WHERE: Meet at south gate of the Embassy 北京市东直门北中街4号俄罗斯大使馆 

Russian Embassy, No. 4 Dongzhimen Beizhongjie, Beijing, 100600 China

COST:  RMB 50 

RSVP  by close of Wednesday May 23 email communications.ras.bj@gmail.com with "Russian Embassy" in the subject header. Please provide your name, passport number, nationality, mobile number. This invitation, which comes at the suggestion of RASBJ Advisor Joerg Wuttke, is for RASBJ members only.  Spaces are limited  to 12; the first 12 who RSVP will be informed by email, and may be asked to pay in advance via wechat.   

MORE ABOUT THE EVENT:  The Ambassador of Russia to China,  His Excellency Andrey Denisov, has very generously offered to lead personally RASBJ members of on a  tour of the Embassy, which he has headed since 2013. Russia’s Embassy has occupied the same site  in Beijing since 1727, so has witnessed many vicissitudes of history.


WATCH THIS SPACE

     Please join us May 27, when the Russian Ambassador to Beijing welcomes RASBJ members for an exclusive visit to the Russian Embassy, which has occupied the same site since 1727 and has witnessed many historical events. (Please note that this is a members-only event).

    On June 3, Sunday, we'll travel to the countryside where architect Jim Spear  -- famous for establishing the Schoolhouse and Brickhouse at Mutianyu -- will introduce his projects to revive and reinterpret rural Chinese structures in what has come to be known as "Great Wall Design".

 

Disclaimer

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Royal Asiatic Society China, Beijing members and their guests are asked to please wear appropriate footwear and clothing when attending events or excursions, and to adhere to any safety instructions or other codes of conduct. Please also bear in mind the physical requirements of participating in the event or trip. Participation in events and excursions is at your own risk: the Royal Asiatic Society China,  Beijing accepts no liability for any loss or damage, including personal injury or damage to property.

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