The Laoshe Teahouse is named after the famous Chinese writer Lao She and the play the Teahouse by Lao She. It integrates Beijing culture, tea culture, opera culture and food culture into an organic whole. It consists of the performance hall, the high-class restaurant, tea parks, courtyard teahouses, and the multi-functional dinning tea hall. Folk art performances including traditional acrobatics, classic Beijing cross talk and Peking Opera take place in the Laoshe Teahouse. Staff clad in traditional long gowns serves guests as they enjoy big bowls of tea and sample Beijing-style snacks and dishes.
Sponsored by Xicheng District People’s Government of Beijing Municipality
Undertaken by Press Center of Xicheng District
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