Cultural and creative industry parks resume operation in Beijing

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Beijing's cultural and creative industry parks have gradually resumed normal operations as of Monday, as the city loosens its epidemic response restrictions and steadily returns to normal.

At the Beijing Love Workshop Cultural Industry Group, located in Chaoyang district, a number of restaurants and cultural businesses, including art galleries and exhibitions inside the park, have begun to welcome customers back. Visitors are required to present negative nucleic acid test results from the past 72 hours and undergo body temperature and health code checks.

On the first day of resuming dine-in services, the ITB Qu Restaurant welcomed diners at around noon. Customers included not only employees from enterprises inside the park but also those who work and live in the surrounding area.

It marked the first time that customers could enjoy a satisfying meal in a restaurant in the last 30 days or so, following the suspension of indoor dining in the capital to contain the latest wave of COVID-19.

The Dewey Center and Mocha Art Center inside the park have also reopened, launching Monet and Picasso-themed exhibitions, respectively, to the public. According to the relevant person in charge of the park, entry into the park is now capped at 75% of the maximum capacity. As of 5 p.m. yesterday, the two centers had received nearly 200 visitors.

In addition to the Beijing Love Workshop Cultural Industry Group, some 20 businesses in 751D·PARK Fashion Plaza also opened, receiving some 5,000 visitors.

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