Gala in Beijing

As the seat of the imperial throne, Beijing has lots of venues for Gala. One of our favourites is the Jun’s Palace, which was the former mansion of a Qing Prince, which can be turned into a nice incentive venue.

It is a typical Qing style mansion, with a courtyard in front and the mansion, as well as a garden in the back. As the mansion of a prince, the architecture follows the imperial style with a majestic front door.

For the evening, we arranged a cocktail in the courtyard outside the mansion, and the courtyard was decorated with traditional Chinese red lanterns. Participants can network and enjoy a drink before dinner.

Chinese music was arranged, to create the ambience.

Dinner was a Chinese dinner, featuring some of the typical Beijing dishes. The interior of the venue was decorated with gold and red: the two imperial colours for the royal families.

It was a wonderful evening and participants still talk about the trip to Beijing after months!

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