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Find out where the Dude might be hanging out in Qingdao.
The “other” new year is celebrated in Qingdao at clubs and bars around town on the evening of December 31. Fireworks over May 4th Square too!
The ballet The Nutcracker will be performed at the Qingdao Grand Theatre by the Russian National Ballet Theater on January 6.
The ballet Sleeping Beauty will be performed at the Qingdao Grand Theatre by the Russian National Ballet Theater on January 5.
The ballet Swan Lake will be performed at the Qingdao Grand Theatre by the Russian National Ballet Theater on January 3 and 4.
Q Bar in Qingdao’s Shangri-La Hotel will host a New Year’s Day party on January 1.
Sonospace Books (不是书店) in Creative 100 is holding a Christmas drama party on the evening of December 25.
China’s national English language newspaper China Daily recently announced the opening of a Qingdao bureau office.
Qingdao artist Wan Liya works out of studios in Qingdao, Beijing, and Jingdezhen. His work is now on exhibit at Gallery 002.
One of the most striking features of new Qingdao is the May Winds sculpture that signifies the May 4th movement.
The Old Observatory celebrates a grand (re)opening with a party and seasonal treats on December 17.
The Huntsman Bar (aka City Hunter) asks you to bring your friends to meet new friends on Christmas Day 2010.