The cover feature for our March 2014 issue is our picks of the JUE Festival. Check back over the next few days on our blog to get the most out of your JUE experience.
JUE returns for its sixth outing tomorrow on March 6. The Split Works festival, which runs simultaneously in Beijing and Shanghai, has gone from strength to strength since its inception in 2009 and continues to attract an eclectic mix of local and international artists. This year’s edition is no different as JUE gears up to host no fewer than 45 separate events over a 17-day period. The Beijinger has pored over the program and hand-picked what we consider to be the cream of a high-grade crop to provide you with this guide to getting the most out of JUE in the realms of things to do, performances to catch and screening to watch, as well as a selection of the eco-friendly Bike to JUE initiative events that you shouldn’t miss. We’ve even provided you with a handy venue map. Enjoy JUE.
A version of this article appears in the March 2014 issue of the Beijinger.
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