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The best things to do in Beijing this week

Featuring Naturally 7, Chai, Reol and so much more

Ease back into work – or just the working week – with this great list of things to do around Beijing. From world-class stage performances to up-and-coming musicians, Beijing has it all on offer, so get out this week to experience something new or revoke something familiar.

As well as these highlights, there are many more things to do in Beijing this week: explore, enjoy and don't forget to Instagram us your snaps with #timeoutbeijing or let us know on Facebook what you really enjoyed.

The Breadwinner

Critics' pick

Not every animation can tackle cruelty, injustice and institutionalised misogyny and still be a must-see for kids and parents alike, but the latest hand-drawn gem from Cartoon Saloon is no ordinary animation. In the spirit of Studio Ghibli, the Irish studio's spiritual cousins, director Nora Twomey’s stunning film is about the ways we try to cradle each other from the harsher realities of life.

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Cinemas around Beijing 11 Jan - 15 Feb

Yang Mushi: Vanishing into Thin Air

Critics' pick

Vanishing into Thin Air is emerging Chinese artist Yang Mushi's third solo exhibition in Beijing. The main focus of the exhibition, Illuminating (2018), is a series of neon light works that aim to challenge the individual to see how society's rules and restrictions impact everyday life. 

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Galerie Urs Meile (麦勒画廊) , 2 Jiuxianqiao Lu Every day except Monday Free

Greetings from South Korea

Critics' pick

Featuring work from more than ten Korean photographers, Greetings from South Korea presents a multi-faceted perspective of South Korean photography through the ages. Consisting of three parts, this exhibition explores South Korean society during the mid-20th century, artistic influences from the West and contemporary photography from today's youth.

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Three Shadows Photography Art Centre , 155 Caochangdi Every day except Monday
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