South Luogu Lane, Beijing

16May11

We just arrived back in Hong Kong from a couple weeks in Beijing. As you might know, the access to certain sites (or reliable internet) is often difficult in the mainland.  So, I’m now preparing a few updates to get back on schedule. To begin, here are a few pictures of Nanluoguxiang. An excerpt from chinatourguide.com says “Nanluoguxiang, also named South Luogu Lane, is one of the oldest alleyways in Beijing. It 80is an 800-meter long North-South alleyway with cafes, bars, and shops all designed in classical Chinese ‘hutong’ style.”  Though it’s not the most authentic area in Beijing, it does bring together a varied group of people and has a lot of energy to it.

I’ll call this little cluster “Luogu Blue”.

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