Mongolian-style dinner with cultural show at 99 Yurts: POSTPONED
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE OF POTENTIAL COVID LOCKDOWNS.
WHAT: An RASBJ special dining experience: Mongolian-style dinner with cultural show at 99 Yurts
WHEN: POSTPONED, WATCHI THIS SPACE
WHERE: 99 Yurts Restaurant, 9 Yongtaizhuang North Road, Haidian District, Beijing
MORE ABOUT THE EVENT: Almost exactly 750 years ago — on Nov. 5, 1271 — Kublai Khan established the Yuan dynasty. A few years later he consolidated control to become the first non-Han ruler to unite China proper. What lasting influence did his Mongol Empire have on Beijing? At the obvious grassroots level, look no further than 99 Yurts. It’s a Mongolian-themed restaurant with each yurt kitted out as a separate dining room — and we’ve reserved the largest one, creating a spacious room for up to 60 people. The speciality is lamb; each table will have a whole leg of lamb plus a range of other dishes, evoking the warrior who became Emperor of China. During the evening there will be a Mongolian cultural show with dancers, lasting about 20 minutes.
HOW MUCH: RMB 525 for RASBJ members, RMB 650 for non-members, which includes the full leg-of- lamb dinner and 1 glass of wine, beer or soft drink. A cash bar will be available for those wanting more to drink. If you know someone who wants to join RASBJ as a member in order to attend this event at the members’ rate, please ask them to sign up at least 48 hours before the deadline at: https://rasbj.org/membership/
HOW TO JOIN THE EVENT: RSVP by scanning the QR code below or by adding Peter Hogg’s Wechat 13810837442, then follow payment instructions which will be wechatted to you. Please pay no later than Thursday, Nov 4 and list with payment the full names of each attendee you are paying for, indicating if they are members or not.