Teahouse " Lao She " is named after one of the major playwrights of the twentieth century Chinese etromanciers
Teahouse " Lao She " is named after one of the major playwrights of the twentieth century Chinese etromanciers (born 1899 - died in 1966)." Tea House " is one of his most known. Since opening in 1988, the Lao She Teahouse has become a window to diffuse the traditional culture of the old Beijing. customers come from all over the world to sit around the square table and sample the tea and snacks, while attending performances of Peking Opera, acrobatics to, to magic shows and shadow plays, etc..
Since opening in 1988, nearly 2 million Chinese and foreign tourists are repeat visitors enjoy the Chinese tradition in this cozy teahouse. You also forget for a moment the taste of coffee, to enjoy tea tradionnel Chinese.
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