Ay-up! The Great British Brands Festival is back in Beijing (and seven other Chinese cities due to its raving success) this month! It will be held at the Charter Shopping Center. The festival is brought to Beijing by the China-Britain Business Council, and the British Chamber of Commerce in China, and is the perfect place to stock up on goods produced by British brands, or acquire some home decorations.
This year will be the third session of the festival, following two years of success. 40 British brands will sell goods, including food and drink, furniture, fashion, homeware, children's products, high-end cars, and more. Although, undoubtedly, there will be many high-end brands that most of us can't actually afford, it looks like we might be able to stock up on coffee, tea, and more. Currently confirmed are Alphatex Knitting, Holland & Barrett, Pukka Tea, Twinings, Mini Cooper, Idea Coffee China, Joseph Joseph, Queen Anne Silverware, and others.
For those of you who have never been to Charter Shopping Center (don't worry, neither have we), it is in Haidian District near Wukesong Station on Line 1. There's no entry fee to the festival, and the stalls will be open 10.30am-10pm, between Friday June 12 and Sunday June 21.
Charter Shopping Center
69 Fuxing Lu, Haidian District
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