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As the Drum Tower beats, a curfew is imposed...

...and the Nightwatch controls the streets! Just 100 years ago, central Beijing was the most policed city on Earth, locked down nightly by the Banner Watchmen, former Qing Dynasty soldiers charged with patrolling the hutongs until dawn. Their fascinating, forgotten story is brought to life in our newest Limited Edition Public Walking Tour, researched and created by the clever folks at Beijing Postcards.

With only 150 exclusive night passes available, some tours have already sold out, so don't delay - click here to book now or face the lash! (Yes, the Nightwatch carried whips). 
 

Here's Johnny! Bespoke gets Arty with Mr. Depp


Johnny Depp dropped in to Beijing to promote his new movie, and wanted to check out the 798 Art District. That's where we came in!

Delicious New Discovery in 798 Art District


Dim sum, Cantonese roast meats (and coffee, of course) await you at this stylish new 798 hangout. 
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Video: How we Made The Nightwatch Walking Tour


Why was there a curfew in Beijing, and who were the Banner Watchmen? Let Beijing Postcards' Lars set you straight!

5 Things You Didn't Know About the Drum and Bell Towers


Two of Beijing's most ancient and imposing structures, but how much does anyone really know about them?
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