As you know the UK General Elections are taking place on 8th June. The British Embassy would like to invite British Nationals in Beijing to come and view Live Results of the Elections as they are broadcast on BBC World Service on 9th June, 8.00am-11.00am. Download the flyer: Flyer_Elections_BritishNationals
Dance practices will be held on the 10th, 17th and 24th of November from 7pm at the British School in Sanlitun, next to the VW headquarters. Please reserve tickets in advance by emailing this account or sending a WeChat to: oliverbarron Location Details: British School of Beijing Primary Campus, No.5 XiLiuJie, Sanlitun Rd 北京英国学校三里屯校区小学部,北京市朝阳区三里屯西六街5号 Baidu Map… Read more »
Calling all UK nationals in China: Don’t miss out on the EU Referendum, register to vote before 16 May! The deadline for registering to vote is approaching. The historic EU Referendum is taking place on 23rd June this year, but to have your voice heard UK nationals in China are being encouraged to register to vote… Read more »
Only a week to go until Burns Night 2016 next Saturday! We hope you’re all as excited as we are! In order to help everyone look their best on the dance floor, we’ve put together a collection of videos of the dances we’ll be doing on the night. The links are at the bottom of… Read more »
We hope everyone has had a wonderful holiday season and is ready to start 2016 off with a bang! Dance practices for this year’s Burns Night start this Thursday, 7 January at 7pm! VENUE CHANGE: THIS WEEK ONLY, the dance practice will be held at the language school next to the British School of Beijing Early Years… Read more »
The Beijing Scottish Society’s Bagpiper, George Tian spoke to the BBC this week. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-29125768
Katie Targett-Adams, a Scottish Harpist, is playing a series of concerts in China during March. She will be playing in Beijing on March 28th, from 19.30 at The Forbidden City Concert Hall. This should be a wonderful evening in a spectacular setting. The first half of the performance is a mix of Scottish songs and… Read more »
Alex Salmond, Hazel Old and Tom Ferguson at the reception for the First Minister of Scotland at the China World Hotel, Beijing on Monday 4th November.