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Wu Dao Kou Pub Crawl III


Saturday October 16th 2004
Departs from Lush 8:00PM

 

Join PSB in the Happen'n HaiDian District this Saturday October 16th for our WuDaoKou Pub Crawl. This is an extremely fun Beijing event you won't want to miss. It's a great way to enjoy the variety and atmosphere different locations as well as great drink specials along the way. As always we promise an excellent lineup of talented DJ's at every location.

Special Ticket Pricing:

  • 50 kuai until friday 26th
  • 80 kuai on the 10/16/2004 (day of event).

Get your Tickets By Contacting:

  • Lush 010-82863566
  • alfa 010-64130086
  • PSB 136 8126 3881 or 131 2117 4860

The ticket includes a free drink at every place, transportation on the Psb Party Bus along with special musical performances (Dj,Liveband ect) at every stop



One of the pleasures of having a dog is that you are forced to walk around your neighborhood probably more than you would previously. I have really enjoyed being able to walk around and check out some of the houses in my neighborhood. I try to make sure that I am not just yanking on my dog’s leash and that I can actually look up at some of the homes around me. In doing so, I have noticed that many of the homes in the neighborhood are very old. Some of them were probably built in the 19th century and that is pretty incredible when you think about it. With the age of some of the homes, many of them are starting to replace their roofs as they look to modernize the structure. This seems to be a very proactive and logical response to what I think could be a very pressing issue for the neighborhood as a whole. One of the most important things, when it comes to a home’s value, is the neighborhood in which it is found. If people in the neighborhood start to ignore some of the big upkeep issues that will start to appear with their older homes, the entire market in that area could collapse. With this in mind, I think that there should be a few guidelines that are set forth to make sure that everyone is on the same page for when it comes to what kind of roofing is applicable to that neighborhood. Many different places and homeowners associations have those kinds of rules and although it does limit the homeowner, I think that it is very important for people to recognize the value in doing something that benefits everyone else as well. That is why I think that it would be vitally important for the homes in the area to achieve historic status. This would allow for only a specified kind of roofing to be installed in the area homes. My hope in promoting something like this is that it will influence people to go with similar kinds of roofs. This means that instead of just going for the cheapest option, they will go with a well-known roofer like Academy Roofing. It will make a huge difference not just for that owner’s home, but also for the entire at-large community. I am not familiar with the ins and the outs of that neighborhood community, but I have to imagine that many of the owners there would not be happy about a rule that ensures that they do not have full agreement over their own property. Nevertheless, to underscore the point I made previously, I think that it is important that all of the owners understand that by going with similar roofing, it can protect their home’s value and allow for the neighborhood to continue its march toward appreciation. That is at least my vision for the neighborhood in which I only have an apartment, so I can’t really comment too much about anything that is actually going on.