Tue, Mar 29|
CANCELLED - DAY TRIP: Shaoxing Wine
RMB 890 (includes roundtrip train tickets with standard seats, entrance tickets, Shaoxing wine tasting, and lunch with soft drink) MEET: Hongqiao Railway Station, departure area (metro line 10 or 2 to Hongqiao Railway Station)
Time & Location
Mar 29, 7:45 AM – Mar 30, 5:00 PM
About the Event
Shaoxing is located 200 km southwest of Shanghai and is famous for its Shaoxing wine, also known as yellow rice wine. Shaoxing wine is a traditional Chinese wine made by fermenting glutinous rice, water, and wheat-based yeast. It is widely used as both a beverage and a cooking wine in Chinese cuisine. It is also an ingredient in more than 70 Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) remedies and an ideal way to dispel cold energy from the body in the winter.
This winter, join us on a day trip to Shaoxing to find out about Shaoxing wine. Our day trip will start with a pleasant high speed train ride from Hongqiao Railway Station. We will visit Shaoxing Wine Museum to learn its 2500-year-old rice wine brewing history and enjoy a delicious local cuisine pairing with Shaoxing wine. In the afternoon, we will ride on a canal boat through the old town and visit the former residence of Luxun, China’s greatest modern writer.
Tuesday, March 29
TIME: 7:45 AM Registration, 8:15 AM to 6:40 PM
COST: RMB 890 (includes roundtrip train tickets with standard seats, entrance tickets, Shaoxing wine tasting, and lunch with soft drink)
Hongqiao Railway Station, departure area
(metro line 10 or 2 to Hongqiao Railway Station)
Please complete the online registration by March 21. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Christy Chen Moeller, WeChat: christychenmoeller.
If you are unable to attend the event after receipt of confirmation, please notify us immediately by emailing SEA@shanghaiSEA.com. If it's the day of the event, please ALSO notify the coordinator listed on the event by phone, text, or WeChat.
If you need to cancel after March 21, our SEA cancellation policy applies which states you might still have to pay for your registered event, depending on the vendor. SEA will notify you to either collect or let you pay it at your next registered event.