The Bookworm’s library makes the perfect informal setting for our inspiring programme packed with readings, talks, discussions, debates, book launches and music gigs. Audiences are enlightened by well respected novelists, journalists and travel writers; enraptured by impromptu homespun musical soirees hatched round the piano; and transported to lands far away by lilting lines of live poetry. Whether your penchant is for the hottest new Chinese Writers, Asia’s most illustrious entrepreneurs, or the most risque documentaries, you’ll be able to indulge it at The Bookworm.
Tickets for all events are 40rmb for members of The Bookworm and 50 rmb for non-members unless otherwise specified. TICKETS ARE ON SALE AT THE BOOKWORM, TWO WEEKS AHEAD OF THE EVENT. TO BOOK TICKETS IN ADVANCE, PLEASE EMAIL ORDER@BEIJINGBOOKWORM.COM. ADVANCE TICKETS MUST BE PICKED UP 30 MINUTES BEFORE THE START OF THE EVENT.
Fundamental political, economic and social shifts have changed the nature of opportunities and risks for foreign businesses in China. These "interesting times" come with regular news of bribery, corruption, fraud, IPR abuses, and supply chain failures, as well as anti-monopoly law and other regulatory actions.
"Risky Business in China" author, Jeremy Gordon, who has spent over 20 years as an advisor on strategy and risk in China, will tell some tales from the front line, highlighting the risks businesses face, and ways in which they can be mitigated.
50rmb, 40rmb (members)
Want to share your life experience or listen to the amazing lives of others? With new themes each month, the night celebrates the art of story telling and features average people with incredible stories. This event follows the tradition of New York's famous Moth Theater performances.
This month the theme is On The Road
If you want to tell a story please email: beijingstorytellers@