Not long ago I announced the first party organized by a group of young people in Hangzhou determined to make some positive changes in Hangzhou’s dance music scene. Well, it turns out the first party was quite a success! The bar was pretty packed. There were lots of foreigners, but lots of Chinese as well (and even a good number of cute girls). Ever since the first party, people have been showing up at the bar where it was held asking when the next event would be. So let me tell you when the next event is gonna be. This Saturday, December 13th, 9pm – 2am at the Sacred Chrees Pub (I wish that were a typo, but it’s not), same as last time, near the corner of Yan’an Road and West Lake Boulevard. It’s the bar with the big dragon head and suit of armor out front. Kinda hard to miss.

I’m wondering how many people were at the last party as a result of the promotion here on Sinosplice. I saw Patrick of Ape Rifle and his crew, and I met one other guy that told me he learned about it here, but other than that, I’m not sure. Let me know in the comments if you were there.


John Pasden

John is a Shanghai-based linguist and entrepreneur, founder of AllSet Learning.


  1. Oh, I wish I could be there this Sat, it sounds interesting to me, but hummm…I saw the entrance fee only RMB10.00??? Is the entertainment fee in China really that low for bar/club entry???

  2. Any DJs looking to hit Xinjiang? I’ll take you ice climbing if you help with a party.

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