Invitation: Networking Reception at Casa Fengchao
The most anticipated networking event is back in town. This month, the General Manager Wesley Ng is taking our members to network at Casa Fengchao, an exclusive private club newly founded by Hong Kong-born etiquette specialist Ms. Sara Jane Ho. It is the former residence of heavy-weight late Qing official Rong Lu （荣禄）, who also shares the same bloodline with the last Chinese Emperor Pu Yi （溥仪）. Event details are as below:
Date: August 27, 2017 (Sunday)
Time: 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Venue: Rong Lu Residence (inside Yiqing Institute), 7 Ju’er Hutong, Jiaodaokou, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Directions: Drop off at cross street of Jiaodaokou Nan Dajie and Juer Hutong. Walk 200 metres down the hutong until you see an ivy covered building and steel gate on the right. Walk through the gate to Rong Lu’s former residence.
Cost: RMB 280 (Include two standard drinks and a token to taste fine wine and tea)
Enquiries: Wesley Ng at email@example.com or +86 1353 025 9447
2:15 – 2:45pm Guest arrival / Registration
2:50 – 2:55pm Welcome speech by FCGroup General Manager Mr. Wesley Ng
3:00 – 3:30pm Club tour by Casa Fengchao Manager Ms. Carol Li
3:35 – 5:00 pm Networking session cum fine wine and tea appreciation
Fine Wine Appreciation
Beijing Council (Kuangshi) Auction House will provide below list of wine for our members to taste.
- Iron-cap Maotai 95’(95年铁盖茅台)
- Maotai 16’(2016年茅台)
- Remy Martin brandy 80’(80年代人头马大花白兰地)
- The Balvenie Whisky 10’12’25’ (百富10年、12年、25年)
Fine Tea Tasting
Newby London will offer a series of fine tea for our members to appreciate.
- English breakfast black tea
- Jasmine Princess green tea
- Ginger & Lemon, Chamomile and peppermint tisane etc.
About Rong Lu Residence (Casa Fengchao Phase 1)
Rong Lu Residence was built in 1875 at No. 7 Ju’er Hutong. It is the former residence of Rong Lu, a senior government official during China’s Qing Dynasty. It was used to receive foreign envoys and important guests at that time. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the Residence was once served as the Embassy of Afghanistan.